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    I really need help on removing fake tan off my face. I used the st tropez gradual tan, and it has stained really bad.

    I have tried a hot lemon cloth in the microwave, steam and exfoliating and it doesn't to be removing off my face, only really coming off on my neck.

    My face is very blotchy and I'm in desperate need of a technique or trick as I have a wedding tomorrow morning! Also if anyone knows any products that remove fake tan?????

    the techniques that you have mentioned are really the only ones that i have heard of. Also I have heard that makeup remover helps, but it is not known to be as effective as the others.

    If you are still struggling to remove the fake tan, then to make best of the situation, just wear a full cover foundation in order to cover up any blotchiness, and then use a bronzer in order to match your foundation to the rest of your body.

    Sorry if this isnt much help ! i hope things work out for tomorrow
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