How to remove Mehndi from hands in one day? 12 ways out

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Girls love to wear mehndi on the event of Eid, Diwali, wedding and other eventual occasions. With different beautiful thick and think Arabian and Indian mehndi designs, they decorate hands by applying mehndi. It is an Asian trend in fashion that is still admired by peoples living in Europe and America. Mehndi’s common term known as Henna in Urdu Lingo. Many girls have an issue, they apply mehndi for a timely purpose like for 2 or 3 days function and want to clean hands after 3 or 4 days.  What should they do in the case when mehndi take 10 to 12 days to remove from skin?

Tips to remove Mehndi

Following are 12 ways to remove mehndi (Henna) from hands in a single day.

Tips to remove Mehndi

  1. Soak Hands in Salty Water

Soak your hand in hot salty water your hands can bear that much hotness, salt is going to diffuse the mehndi ink in the water while water is going to fade it way from your hands

  1. Rub with Scrub

Rub your hand with scrub more than 20 minutes then wash with lukewarm water. It will worth help to remove stains of henna from hands.

  1. Olive Oil and Salt

You can erase mehndi from the hand by a small procedure firstly exfoliate it with olive oil then soak in warm water you will see the result by eyes.

  1. Antibacterial Soap

Any antibacterial soap is going good help to remove the mehndi stains with 20 minutes exfoliation. Alcohol kind of stuff and antibacterial soap is going to help you out best for removing henna from your skin.

  1. Baking Soda and Lemon Juice

Citric Acid in lemon juice is a proven tightening skin agent. Baking Soda and Lemon juice together work efficiently to remove the colour of henna/mehndi from your skin. You have to apply this mixture only on mehndi sections, don’t apply on your face. Just have lukewarm water, add a tablespoon of baking soda and a lemon juice in it. Dip a piece of cotton swab it on henna skin, repeat the procedure until it the colour of henna is not going to lighten.

  1. Hydrogen Per Oxide

Hydrogen peroxide is the best option to remove the stains of henna from your skin. But you have to repeat the process several times to get the result. But remember to choose the one that is used for cosmetic purpose.

  1. Whitening Toothpaste

Just apply toothpaste for 20 minutes on the area of your skin where you have applied henna. Make sure you have not any wound or injury on the skin you have just applied toothpaste. It may last your wound with longtime inflammation.

  1. Hair Conditioner

Any hair conditioner such as Sunsilk and Dove both are going to give the greatest impact of removing the stains of henna by removing within an hour is going to surprise you. Literally, a magic spell to vanish your henna.

  1. Go for Swim

Long-time swimming is also a simple remedy to remove henna. As skin remain soft and bubbly in water so you can remove the stain by keeping it in water and remove henna particles.

  1. Use Bleach Cream

Use of the Bleach cream can lighten the mehndi stains from your hands so soon. Just apply it for 20 minutes and see the magic of hydro permanganate in it.

  1. A mix of home remedy

Natural whitening milk, yogurt, without boiled milk or cleanser can better help you just exfoliate for 20 minutes you will witness the result

  1. Herbals with Aloe Vera Rubbing

Aloe Vera, Amla and Reetha these three are the best herbs you need to extract water from these herbs and apply them on your hands you will see a fine result in 20 minutes.

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