How Do You Remove Tanning Bronzer From Your Hands?

One of the easiest ways to remove tanning bronzer from the palms of the hands is to use a scrub made from lemon juice and sugar. The acid in the lemon juice helps to lighten the color while the sugar acts as an exfoliating agent. This also works well on the soles of the feet.

When getting a spray-tan or using a sunless tanning lotion, the palms of the hands become discolored. Rather than waiting for the color to wear off, a quick exfoliation with lemon juice and sugar works to remove the bronzer.

Step 1: Make the exfoliating paste

To make the paste, simply mix a few tablespoons of lemon juice with some sugar until it is the desired consistency. If it is too thick, simply add more juice.

Step 2: Exfoliate the hands

To remove the bronze color, rub the lemon and sugar mixture between the palms of the hands. Do not rub it on the tops of the hands, as it will remove color from that area as well. Rinse well with cool water. This step can be repeated as needed until the bronzer has been removed.

To avoid getting bronzer on one's palms, one option is to wear plastic gloves while applying the lotion. There are special applicator mitts that offer protection as well.