Mehndi art looks beautiful but it has a drawback that it is mehndi color is difficult to remove from the skin. Also, you shouldn’t try unsafe procedures to remove mehndi from skin like using chemicals to remove henna stains.
Mehndi color would fade with time but you can speed up the fading process by using an antibacterial soap or a bleaching agent.
Here’re 10 proven & safe methods to remove mehndi from skin
Washing your hands with an antibacterial soap is a slow but trustworthy method of removing mehndi from your hands. But you can speed up the cleansing process by washing your hands every hour.
Antibacterial soaps have good exfoliating properties that can fade the color faster than regular soap. Washing hands 10-12 times a day for a few days will be sufficient to remove the mehndi color completely.
Keep your skin well moisturized as mehndi dries the skin and frequent washing could further aggravate the problem.
Salt is a powerful cleanser as it can diffuse the mehndi color and remove it gradually. Soak your hands in sand water once a day until your skin becomes completely free from the mehndi color.
Make a solution of sea salt with water and soak your hands for 20 minutes in the solution. Then pat dry the skin.
Avoid soaking your hands in saltwater for long periods as it could lead to dryness and shriveling of the skin. You will need an emollient after the soak.
Scrubbing your hands with a face exfoliator could do a quick job as the beads present in the exfoliator could remove the stain molecules and the … Read more