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Hair Color Stain Remover

by Roux
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Hair Color Stain Remover

by Roux
ROUX10
$5.89 - $8.99
Hair Color Stain Remover is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 33.
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  • Removes excess color from hair ends Assists in removing stains from clothes Quickly erases tint from skin
    The final touch for every haircolor application! Roux Clean Touch Haircolor Stain Remover assists in removing haircolor stains from clothes. Also removes color from skin and excess color build-up on porous ends. Easy to use simply apply to skin area or ends of hair and rinse
  • For stained skin: Saturate cotton. Pat gently on stained areas. Rinse well. Repeat if necessary.Excess color on porous ends: Apply to affected areas. Massage hair between thumb and fingers. Rinse well. Repeat if necessary.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great for fantasy color bleeding My hair is teal, and I haven't found a hair color that doesn't leave me with color on my skin when I wake up in the morning, or any time my hair has been against my skin. A cotton ball, or paper towel with a little bit of this on it is all it takes to swipe off the color on my skin and have me ready to go out the door. I'm still on the search for a hair color that doesn't bleed like that, but in the meantime, this stuff might honestly be what keeps me coloring my hair for now.
Date published: 2014-02-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The Magic Eraser of hair dye The girl at my local Sally's recommended this saying that this was the product they used if they ever spilled anything in the store. Have you ever used the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser? Well... this is it's beauty equivalent.
Date published: 2009-12-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This stuff is fantastic I used to work at a Sally Beauty Supply in Virginia and one day when I was restocking the hair color a color bottle slipped out of my hand and exploded all over the floor and my khaki pants. Of course the color was red hair dye and I thought I would never get it out. I bought a small bottle of the clean touch and took it home to change by the time I got home the color had already dried on my pants. I used the ckean touch on the pants and the color came right out and it didn't even leave splotches or bleach looking marks it was fantastic. It took all of the color out and no traces of the red dye were left on the pants. Thank you clean touch for cleaning my pants so I wouldn't have to throw them out.
Date published: 2009-10-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from No! No! No! This product smells awful and it does not work. It says that it will remove color off of your skin and my skin is still stained. Luckily, I bought this on sale for $3.99. I would not have paid $7.00 for this.
Date published: 2009-10-21
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I dyed my hair blue and it has faded to a blueish green color and was wondering if this would take the color out?

Asked by: ChloeM13
No. The color you used is classified as a semi-permanent and requires no developer to deposit it's pigment. This color works by staining the hair strand, and is designed to begin working immediately. This product is designed to remove color from the skin, not your hair. I would recommend a home remedy of mixing baking soda 10-vol creme developer, and Dawn dishwashing detergent together in a ceramic or glass bowl until it's the consistency of a thick gravy. Apply to all areas you want the color to be removed and place cellophane, or a plastic cap over your hair to incubate the formula. (for the record) I am not only a master color specialist I have a degree in chemistry from FSU. I know this application will make a wonderful difference for you, and remember this formula will work best with removing color that is in the semi-permanent family. If you ever have issues with permanent or Demi-permanent color you would take a slight different approach. I hope this reaches you having wonderful color experience
Answered by: Hair fairy
Date published: 2019-08-12

Does this get hair dye out of hair

Asked by: tudersfamily84
Actually, it is marketed to get stubborn dyes out of porous ends of hair. That being said, it may be used on the hair as a color remover.
Answered by: Kati1981
Date published: 2019-08-09

Will this help get the dye off my scalp? I have purple dye on my scalp 

Asked by: Megan1992
Yes it certainly will!  You should use it as soon as possible after you have the stain.  You only need just a little bit on a cotton swap, and scrub at the stain, works great!  This was recommend to me buy my professional hair stylist.  The bottle lasts a long time!
Answered by: peace out
Date published: 2019-04-19

I somehow got hair dye splatter stain on lip. It has been months and it won't fade. Is this safe to try on lip?

Asked by: april1900
That’s not possible because your skin sheds and should have been gone by now. I think it would be wise to see a dermatologist.
Answered by: Sharona99
Date published: 2019-04-03

i dyed my hair with professional color and my scalp is stained. can I use the stain remover to remove dye without causing damage to my hair

Asked by: Leslee99
Yes, you silly duck!
Answered by: queenyaya
Date published: 2019-02-13

does this get all hair dye colors out?

Asked by: maria518
If you mean all BRANDS of hair color, that I do not know. I do know that with truly dark tint and truly dry skin, this will only loosen some of the color. The main ingredient is rubbing alcohol, and many of my clients use those tiny alcohol pads to remove tint stain. For myself, I scrub my stains with an abrasive pad or a gritty scrub. Glycerin also helps to remove hair color stains. Good luck! Side note: If a client has used a moisturizer on her skin that contains Glycerin, and any of it got on her hair, it will completely BLOCK hair color from taking. Always wash the hair prior to color, being certain to get any moisturizer off the hairline so your tint will "take."
Answered by: CurlyGirlAtHome
Date published: 2018-10-22

I just got a code on Messenger,888133

Asked by: felicia67
I have used Roux stain remover for years. It works well . I also believe in cleaning as you apply color, if a little gets some where you don't want it clean it up right away. Then once again at the shampoo bowl.
Answered by: Liatard3000
Date published: 2019-08-03

Will this remove dye from lace?

Asked by: Vennaaaa
In my experience it has removed dye from some of my clothes. Afterwords, I have noticed that the area becomes lighter. With lace being so delicate, I wouldn't recommend it. 
Answered by: Pro hairstylist
Date published: 2018-03-22
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