Question: How to remove self-tanner?
Did your foray into self-tanning not come out exactly as you were hoping? Never fear, there are few things you can do to remove it. The first thing you can do is to exfoliate with either a moisturizer or a cleansing gel. The process of exfoliation will help to remove streaks or the excess dead skin cells where the self-tanner is attached. For a natural exfoliation, you can also use baking soda or lemon paired with a damp cloth or cotton pad. If these don’t seem to be working as fast as you would like, there are products available that are designed to remove self-tanners, which can be purchased online or in-store.