Now, with the festive season around the corner, women across the country will be applying mehndi designs on their hands. But for the first time, it is not possible to make a new design on the mehendi stains without completely removing them.
In such a situation, if you want to completely remove the old mehndi design from your hands, then you can do so with the help of some tips. So let us know how mehendi color can be easily removed from hands.
The best way to remove henna stains is to soak your hands in warm water mixed with salt. The exfoliating ability present in salt helps you in removing henna. Add half a cup of salt in a half filled tub and soak your henna applied hands/feet in it for about 20-30 minutes. Additionally, it also helps in removing the dead skin cells spread on the outer layer of your skin.
Toothpaste pack is the best solution to get rid of your old henna quickly..Apply the toothpaste mixture all over your hands and leave it for 15 minutes.
Lemon juice itself is rich in antioxidant power, baking soda mixed in it will work best in removing the color of henna. Mix one teaspoon baking soda and two teaspoons lemon juice in a cup of hot water. Apply the mixture to your hands and let it soak. Do this at least three times a day. However, if irritation occurs, wash it off immediately and do not do it again.
Coconut oil and sugar act as natural scrubbers to remove henna stains. Mix sugar and coconut oil in the ratio of 1:2 and then rub them on your hands and feet. This helps the mehendi to fade quickly.
A hair conditioning product that moisturizes your hair also helps in removing henna. Apply the conditioner all over your hands and then wash.