6 Easy Hacks To Wipe Away Face Paints From The Delicate Skin Of Your Child

by Eva Spenser Innovation

For a number of safety reasons as well as to double up the fun for kids at party, people love to organise the face painting activity instead of wearing a mask. We understand the urge to add some exciting and fun loaded activities, but it is equally a matter to worry that the paints are not the easy thing to take off. However, the solution is maybe already there in your list; all you have to do is know the hack and safely remove the product from your face. Here are a few tricks to remove face paint like a pro.

1. Petroleum jelly: 

For a number of years, petroleum jelly is a product that every paint lover use to be on the trend. Whatever the colour or the number of coats are, it is an easy hack to remove paints quickly, without causing any harm.

2. Baby wipes:

Fold your baby wipes in half lengthwise and half them again width wise. This will keep the wipe from tearing and give you a little more pace to clean the paints properly. You may require more wipes than what you expected, but it will be eventually a great thing to do if you want to wipe it on the go.

3. Baby oil:

Use cotton ball dipped in baby oil, and swipe it across the face of your child to remove the paint properly with a few gentle rubs. However, experts also recommend to use a facewash for babies after completely wiping off the paint from the face.

4. Baby lotion:

Regular lotion also works well, but it's about your baby, and hence baby lotion can be a great hack for sensitive skin.

5. Makeup remover:

Keep the makeup remover around the house, since it has a great use. It is more expensive than the options you have already come across. Moreover, some makeup types leave the stain on your skin or fabric while trying some cool face painting ideas. For clothing stains, you can use the pest of baking soda and water, whereas toothpaste can be a mild alternative to remove the face paints.

6. When to use soap and water? 

Some cosmetics are made to come off with plain soap and water. Before you use paint remover or any other products, wash your baby's face as you really do. If you find that it doesn't work or there is still some spots and streaks left, then you might take help of other products as mention above to remove the stubborn parts of the face paint.

You could also give your cold cream a chance, let it set on the skin for a minute. Moreover, before you try wiping paints from the face, try it as a tester on the skin of your baby's arm. Although chances are rare, it is better to find the allergic reaction and adverse effect on the skin. Moreover, apply a lotion on the child's face one hour before applying the paint. With a primed face, the dry skin won't be soaking up the extra pigmentation from paint and making it easy to wipe away the colours.

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