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Potatoes as a Nicotine Stain Remover

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Remove difficult stains by rubbing the skin with a pumice stone after applying any of the above remedies. Pumice should only be used for the initial stain removal, as excessive use will cause damage to your skin and can build calluses. Once the major spots are gone, you can use the above methods for routine nicotine stain removal.

Use potatoes for nicotine stain removal. The simple act of peeling a dozen potatoes will quickly remove stains; however you can cut a potato in half and rub it into your skin, as you would with a lemon. Allow the juice to set for 10 to 15 minutes before rinsing.

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    Use potatoes for nicotine stain removal. The simple act of peeling a dozen potatoes will quickly remove stains; however you can cut a potato in half and rub it into your skin, as you would with a lemon. Allow the juice to set for 10 to 15 minutes before rinsing.

  • Nicotine smoke can leave a yellowish stain on all sorts of surfaces

    Try using a potato for nicotine stain removal. Cut a potato in half. Rub it into the stained facial hair. Allow the juice from the potato to set for up to 30 minutes before rinsing.

    Maybe you just hate the way your fingers always look stained and dirty and it has nothing to do with finding a job. As the name suggests, nicotine stains – well, stain the skin. Nicotine is an oil based substance that leaches from the cigarette onto the fingers and penetrates into the skin. Nicotine stains build up over time and typically aren’t removed in a day, but can be removed in a few days. If the nicotine stains aren’t heavy, just a twinge of discoloration, you may be able to remove them much more quickly, but count on a few days of sticking to the treatment. All of the nicotine stain removal methods are effective, some are more effective than others based on the depth and concentration of the nicotine stains and your skin type.