How To Get Hair Dye Off Skin - The Hair Dye Removal Guide

Hair dye is a way to get your hair color just the way you like it and makes you look fantastic when done right with the right products.  If you are in the process of doing this please protect your skin using a moisturizing skin creme around your hairline and skin or even petroleum jelly will suffice.  Do not get any of these skin protectors on your hair and please use plastic gloves to protect your hands.

But no matter what you do or what hair dye you use whether it be arctic fox hair dye, henna, splat, red, purple, blue, kool aid, manic, etc.  It doesn’t matter you will get it on some parts of your skins in contact with your hair product.  Please be careful not to leave this on your skin for a long time.

For many it gets behind the ears and hands.  There are many methods on Youtube and the web that suggests using from cigarette ashes, toothpaste, vinegar, baking soda, etc, etc.  Dr Loretta Ciraldo is a Board certified Dermatologist in Miami Florida and she suggests that the easiest and safest way to get rid of hair dye on the skin is with Hydrogen Peroxide.  It has to be applied careful and is a slow process but it is safer for the skin.  Here at we like to do our research and we have found many videos and websites with many home remedies.  But the experts on skin and hair suggest peroxide as soon as possible because otherwise the hair dye might burn your skin.
Please watch the following short video from Dr. Ciraldo.where she explains the process of doing this

To remove hair dye from the skin, use hydrogen peroxide to gently dab away the stained areas, but applying a bit of heavy cream around the hairline will prevent staining in the first place. Remove hair dye from the skin with information from a practicing dermatologist in this free video on skin care.

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