What removes nicotine stains from skin?

Answer

Light nicotine stains on skin can be removed by washing with a combination of aspirin and water. One should blend aspirin and water together to make a paste, then apply it to the skin for 15 minutes before washing it off.

Once nicotine stains have been cleaned from the skin, the smoker can prevent them from appearing again by engaging in frequent handwashing with soap and water, ideally immediately after smoking. Nicotine dulls the skin and stains the hands very quickly, especially the fingers, which is why it's important to take quick action to prevent nicotine stains from developing on the hands.

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