Temporary tattoos are a great way to express yourself. But, certain dyes are harder to remove than others.
People with sensitive skin should think twice before getting a temporary tattoo. Many dyes could cause allergic reactions. The most common culprit is a chemical called para-phenylenediamine. It is found in often found in henna. If you still choose to get a temporary tattoo, here are 3 ways to help with their removal.
3. Rubbing Alcohol
Rubbing alcohol or acetone can help get rid of the ink. However, people with sensitive could find them irritating the area further.
2. Baby Oil
Try wiping the tattoo off with baby oil. However, take care not to overuse the oil as it can clog pores.
This is the best way to try to remove your temporary tattoo for any skin type. Cover the area with a warm washcloth or soak the area. Now is the time to light a candle, get a book, and take a good soak.