In our days, you can hardly meet people who do not smoke, or have no smokers surrounding them, even if we all know how baneful this habit is. It affects practically all parts of our body. For example, the tar from cigarettes provokes the appearance of stains on fingers, teeth, gums and lips. Fortunately, there are ways how to remove these stains in an easy and no-time way.
You can also exfoliate the dead skin cells, to which clog the nicotine particles, forming the stains. An exfoliating scrub for this purpose can be formed of the same lemon juice. Just add some salt to it and the scrub for your fingers is ready!
Another people opt to use nail polish remover to get rid of the yellow stains. Soak a cotton pad in nail polish remover and rub the stains until they disappear completely.
Baking soda produces miracles in a grand variety of situations, demonstrating its efficiency in the fight against nicotine stains as well. In a bowl add a half of cup of baking soda and hydrogen peroxide, mix well the ingredients. Soak your fingers in the composition for about 10 minutes. For a better result repeat daily this procedure.
It is important to use a moisturizing hand cream after each of the methods mentioned upper, because usually products like lemon juice, baking soda, nail polish remover dry the skin.
Of course, the perfect solution for the nicotine stains is to quit smoking. So, if you get ashamed of your excessive ugly nicotine stains, you may have a serious reason to give up smoking. However, if you are a chain smoker and giving up smoking is absolutely not an easy task, but at the same time you want not to deal with nicotine stains, then electronic cigarettes may be a solution.