Genius women are using a £1.50 washing up utensil to remove fake tan – and it works in seconds

ANYONE who regularly uses fake tan will know the worst part about achieving a faux glow is spending hours scrubbing off the patchy remains.

But now, one beauty fan has revealed a genius hack to removing fake tan in minutes.

Taking to social media to show off the trick, the woman – named Lauren – explained she has been using a washing up dishmatic sponge filled with Bondi Sands Self Tan Eraser.

"To all my tanning friends… Bondi sands tan remover in one of these little scrubbers takes your tan off in minutes girls, legit seconds!!" She wrote on Twitter.

While you can snap up one of the sponges for as little as £1.50 at Tesco or Asda, the fake tan remover can be purchased for £14.99.

Lauren also explained the sponge scrubber should be white instead of green, as it's softer on the skin.

And other fake tan fans were seriously impressed, with hundreds hailing the tip as a "game changer" for exfoliating.

One wrote: "My life has just changed" while another commented: "Omg I just tried this and it’s actually so good!! Game Changer!"

The Bondi Sands Self Tan Eraser is available online for £14.99 and has been hailed a "must have" for fake tan fans since its release.

One happy shopper admitted they were "sceptical" over the product at first, but explained they were impressed after it "actually worked".

"I was really sceptical about whether this would actually work but it really does!" They wrote.

"You just need to make sure that you leave it on your skin for 5-10 mins to fully soak in and then wash off in the shower – for those stubborn after tan areas it works best when you scrub off with exfoliating mitts/gloves or a dry body brush."

  • Bondi Sands Self Tan Eraser, £14.99, Look Fantastic – buy now

  • Dishmatic, £1.50, Tesco – buy now

Another wrote: "This stuff is as magical as their tanning foams. Goodbye to that day in between reapplying tan where you have to be pale to allow your skin to recover from all the scrubbing!

"This works like a dream, just pop it all over the body, it says leave for 5 mins but I find it works best with 10 mins."

Will you be trying the genius hack?

In other beauty news, we told you about one mum's horror after £60 blonde balayage turns her hair ‘orange, patchy and pink’.

We also revealed an Ibiza holidaymaker was left with no eyebrows after botched beauty treatment ‘burnt them clean off her face’ .

And we told you a dentist has revealed the best time to brush in order to avoid a dreaded red wine smile.

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