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An Irish woman has created wipes especially for getting rid of your manky old fake tan

Orange be gone!

IS THERE ANYTHING less appealing than the orange-brown grime that is week-old fake tan? Doubt it.

Took it too far 😣 #badtan #notcool #oompaloompa #shit

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Moxi Loves was founded by Irish nail technician Pamela Laird, who was inspired by her years in the industry to create a range of ‘beauty problem solvers’.

Her first launch was the Eye Catchers, packets of individually wrapped, cleanser-filled cotton buds for cleaning up eye makeup – and her latest idea should be very appealing to fake tan devotees.

You can never have too much TAN AID have you spotted us in @primark stores 👀 #moxiloves #tanaid

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These Tan Aid wipes are designed to exfoliate away what’s left of your tan before you apply a new layer, something that’s not always the easiest job.

You don’t have to rinse, so you can do it on the hop, and the witch hazel and camomile in the wipes should help to soothe the skin after you scrub.

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Tan Aid is available in Penneys for €4.50 – well worth a shot if you’re regularly doing battle with ancient tan. Orange you glad? (Sorry.)

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