Want To Remove Henna At Home? Here Are 8 Natural Ways That Can Help

A lot of times, there are situations when we feel like removing henna from our hands. Here are some home remedies to do it naturally.

Navya Kharbanda
Written by: Navya KharbandaPublished at: May 02, 2022

Natural ways to remove henna

Natural ways to remove henna
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There are situations when we have to run for an interview or cannot have henna stains on our skin. During such times, there are certain natural ingredients that can help. It takes around 1-2 weeks for heena dye to fade completely. And, even if your mehendi is looking very beautiful, once it fades away, the light brown patch look won't be the best for your skin. Keep reading to know about home remedies to remove henna naturally. 

Lemon Juice

Lemon Juice
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You might have heard that rubbing lemon on clothes can remove stains. Then, why not use it on your skin? Lemon contains stain removing and lightening properties that can help in removing a henna stain from your skin naturally. It is one of the best home remedies to get rid of mehendi at home. You can rub a slice on your skin or use lemon juice and warm water soak to use this effective natural way. 

Soap and warm water

Soap and warm water
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Another quick and easy home remedy to get rid of a henna tattoo is soap and warm water. You can use an antibacterial soap with warm water on the affected area. Repeat this atleast thrice a day to remove it in 2-3 days completely. You can even prepare a soap and warm water soak for yourself to relax and solve the problem altogether. 

Olive oil

 Olive oil
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Olive oil is also a great natural ingredient to reduce henna stains on your skin. This magical oil is not only good for your skin and hair, but can also solve such problems at home. Just like coconut oil and sugar, you can use olive oil and salt to remove heena dye from the skin. You can use this home remedy not just for skin stains but also to get rid of heena dye from your hair overnight. 

Toothpaste

 Toothpaste
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A whitening toothpaste is not just good for your teeth, but can also help in removing heena tattoos. It contains abrasives and other ingredients that can get off the mehendi colour from your skin. Just apple a thin layer of toothpaste on that area and let it dry naturally. Then, try to rub the dried toothpaste gently. You can even use a cloth for the same. Make sure to apply a moisturizer at the end.  Repeat this atleast once every alternate day for quick results.

Salt

Salt
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It is a known fact that salt is an amazing cleansing agent, which makes it helpful to get rid of heena stains on the skin. Using salt for this purpose is one of the best natural remedies. You can take a big bowl of warm water and add sea salt to it. Then, soak your hands or mehendi area in the bowl. Do this for 15-20 minutes for immediate results. Apply a lotion at the end as salt can dry up your hands. 

Baking soda

Baking soda
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Baking soda is a useful natural bleaching ingredient that can help you in removing mehendi stains from your hands and feet quickly. Just prepare a smooth paste using equal parts of baking soda powder and lemon together. Apply this mixture on your skin to get rid of the mehndi colour. Leave it on for 10-15 minutes and then rinse it off with water. However, this paste can make your hands dry and rough. People with sensitive skin should avoid using it. 

Coconut oil and sugar

Coconut oil and sugar
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Coconut oil is a safe and easy option to remove heena stains. Make a mixture of melted coconut oil and raw sugar granules to use as an exfoliating agent. Rub the coconut oil on your henna tattoo and let the skin absorb it before putting the raw sugar over it. Keep rubbing it on your skin. Make sure to not apply much pressure as it can be harsh on your skin. Peope with sensitive skin should be careful while using pressure. 

Exfoliating scrub

Exfoliating scrub
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To use this as a home remedy to remove henna, you can use your face exfoliator or prepare a scrub at home. An exfoliating scrub can help in getting rid of the dead cells or top layer of your skin, where henna is applied. You can use any exfoliating product for this purpose. Rub it on your hands mixed with a few drops of water. Do this twice a day to get best results. 

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