How to remove face paint

Most of the times face paint products wash off with mild soap and water. For best results, remove with a high quality baby wipe or baby shampoo, water and a wash cloth. Avoid using low cost baby wipes as these can be irritating to young children's skin.
To remove face paint from clothing, wash it by hand in cold water using soap or pre-washing agent. Do not try to remove the makeup from clothing in a washing machine. Avoid warm or hot water when trying to remove the paint from clothing. Avoid using near sensitive fabrics like silk that absorb pigments.
Some colors may remain after washing with simple soap and water. Here are the best ways to remove this make-up:
Do not RUB the paint to get it off. This pushes the paint into the pores and makes it stain more! Use a safe soap (make-up remover, no-tears baby shampoo, face wash, etc.) to make a paste with the soap and the paint. Let the soap and paint “mess” sit for 30-60 seconds, then rinse it off with water.
For lingering color, use oil free eye make-up remover. If you have already tried to remove the paint with another method and there is still lingering color, apply a moisturizing lotion, wait at least 30 minutes, and wash again.
There are a wide variety of methods available to remove face paint with products found around the home or easily purchased from a local drug store. Generally, no matter which you chose to apply, you will need cotton balls for application as well as warm water and a washcloth for rinsing.
Another method for removing face paint is by dipping the cotton balls in baby oil and gently using the oil-soaked cotton to wipe away the paint. However, this may require the use of many cotton balls, depending on how much paint is present.
Baby shampoo is another good choice, as it is mild enough so as not to irritate the sensitive skin of your face. Work the shampoo into a rich lather onto the washcloth, and then gently remove away the paint. Rinse your face with warm water, and then dry. If you don't have baby shampoo on hand, use the mildest soap you have, preferably one with a neutral pH, and be careful to avoid your eyes.
In the absence of any of these products, baby wipes or alcohol-free moist towel should work.
Tips: Be sure to take off paint before putting the kids to bed as it may not come out of fabrics as easily as it does from skin.

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