How to Get Every Last Bit of Food Coloring off Your Skin – Sara Coughlin

The Halloween season certainly gives it a run for its money, but there’s no denying that spring is a big time of year for the food dye industry. Between St. Patrick’s Day and Easter, the season is full of opportunities to create vividly multicolored treats and dishes—and, unfortunately, to end up with multicolored hands, too.

It’s one thing to protect your clothes from pesky stains with, say, a stylish apron, but in the midst of an egg dyeing project, you might not be able to save your skin from the same fate. Luckily, with a little elbow grease and creativity, you can wash off even the most stubborn, concentrated food colorings.


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