How can you use baking soda to remove hair dye from your skin?


Baking soda can remove hair color from your skin. If you ever dye your hair at home you know it can be messy. You are supposed to cover exposed skin or apply Vaseline to the hair line. This isn't always foolproof. If you do get dye on your skin and it just will not wash off, make a paste out of baking soda and lemon juice. Use 2 teaspoons of each and increase the lemon juice if the paste is too thick. Rub the paste onto the spots and let sit for about 10 minutes. The lemon juice is used to lighten the dye and baking soda removes excess build up. Rinse off and the stain should be gone.
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