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... such. You can also apply baby oil, let it soak for a while, then use Irish Spring soap to remove the tanner. ... (9 replies)
... I bought some spray on, didn't realize it was soooo dark. My feet look like they've been been dipped in doo-doo. A friend said it will have to wear off - just wondered if anyone has any tips? I need help. TIA :) Edited to say I look around on the net @ found nothing re: products that remove self-tanner, safely or otherwise. (5 replies)
... Ugh, I tried the oil and soap and the nail polish remover and it didn't help but thanks! This will be the last time I ever use self tanner. I am looking kinda orange and my face is still pale. Not good. LOL. I think I will bake in the sun next time. ... (9 replies)

... wash immediately after you apply the self tanner. ... (9 replies)
... got the stain on my legs, which had self tanner on them at the time. In trying to remove the stain, I used one of the Mr.Clean Miracle Erasers. ... (5 replies)
... to remove those patches where I needed to. Has anyone ever tried this? ... (2 replies)
... I use baby wipes to clean my palms, but you have to do it immediately after applying the self-tanner, or it will be tough to remove. I also have used hand sanitizer to remove it - just apply a couple of drops and rub your palms together until dry. I have Neutrogena Micro-Mist, and it doesn't work for me - I even blend it in after applying (which defeats the point), but I... (3 replies)
... I forgot to say that the easiest way to avoid this is to wear gloves when you apply the tanner - then when you're ready to do your hands, wear a glove for one, then for the other just use your fingertips & then wipe them several times with a baby wipe or washcloth. If your feet, wrists, & ankles are *grabbing* the color (they're darker than the rest), you can apply lotion... (9 replies)
... Which sunless tanner did you use? ... (9 replies)
... Try a little nail polish remover or rubbing alcohol. Be VERY cautious doing this but if used sparingly it should lighten it at least. For your back try spray on tanner. I liked the spray one better, it seems to go on smoother. Neutrogena makes a great one. (9 replies)
... Well, it is difficult to remove ST from the palms without using some sort of bleach. ... (9 replies)
... I want to stay out of the sun really badly but this self tanning seems so hard! ... (9 replies)
Sunless Tanner
Dec 23, 2004
... basically start over. It's usually not necessary to remove all of the old color, but you want to try to get the color as evenly exfoliated as possible so you can apply more tanner. ... (3 replies)
... Many people are having the same problem with the L'Oreal ST. Some STs just don't fade well, & it seems this is one of them. You did the right thing by exfoliating before applying. You didn't mention what type of soap/shower gel you used - but that can also affect the tan. Bar soap isn't good before tanning & a moisturizing gel usually isn't good either. To remove a tan,... (3 replies)
... Exfoliate before you apply the self tanner. This will remove any dirt, dead cells, etc that could be making your skin tone uneven. ... (4 replies)
... Wash my hands. Then I use cotton balls or those round cotton things to apply it to the back of my hands and fingers very carefully and remove any lotion from my fingernails with tissue. I get a good book to read, put the ceiling fan on and read for an hour or more. ... (6 replies)
... plus shipping. But skin cancer treatments and peels to remove sun spots aren't cheap either. ... (59 replies)
... I will try the baby wipes idea. Does it really get everything off well or is there still any kind of tint to your palms afterward? I really want something that won't leave ANY hint of color on my palms, as I don't want anyone to know that I use tan in a can! It will get most or all of it off if you scrub thoroughly. You have to pay special attention to the palm that the... (3 replies)
... Yes, Irish Spring. It was the new Loreal Sublime Bronze. I even tried the lemon juice and loofah tonight and it still won't budge. LMAO! :bouncing: (9 replies)
... By the by, if you use the alcohol or remover trick, make sure to rinse well right after and apply a soothing lotion. (9 replies)




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