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How to remove fake blood from skin????
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jellynose
Old 06-03-2008, 10:52 AM
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Default How to remove fake blood from skin????

Hi

My little one went dressed as a blood drenced Zombie today. I applied the fake blood that we bought from a joke shop with my hands.

I followed the instructions for removing it - hot water and soap, and it is still on my hands. I am now worried about getting it removed from my son's face later on.

Anyone any tips on getting this stuff removed from your skin/face :confused:
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try hair conditioner i use nail varnish remover on my skin only for stubborn stains and it works a treat but wouldnt use it on daughters
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Try baby wipes as well, they work when my kids are "made up"
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Old 06-03-2008, 9:39 PM
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Try baby wipes as well, they work when my kids are "made up"
dito i use this it works wonders....

im guessing he's back an washed now lol did u get it off??
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