Mrs Hinch shares her answer to fake tan fails and it only costs 89p
IF you've ever had a fake tan disaster then you'll KNOW exactly how difficult it is to remove.
Either you have to bite the bullet and apply more to disguise any patchiness or cover up every inch of your body until it's faded.
Or alternatively, you could make like Mrs Hinch and use a kitchen sponge to fix any fake tan application fails.
Posting on her Instagram stories, the "cleanfluencer" raved about how multipurpose the 89p sponges she picked up in B&M actually are.
Available in a pack of three, Mrs Hinch's "massage sponges" are what she uses to remove her fake tan over a body brush.
Showing off her haul, Sophie said: "These massage sponges, I buy them all the time. They're amazing for getting fake tan off guys.
"This is the answer to removing fake tan, these sponges!"
Better still, you can pick up the purse-friendly product in Home Bargains or B&M.
What's more, the bath sponges have an exfoliating layer which promises to "leave skin feeling fresh and revitalised" and get rid of any lingering product.
From a £1.99 microwave egg poacher to a £10 wooden lantern, Sophie even bought a £7 Buddha-shaped tealight holder on her first trip back to B&M.
For more Mrs Hinch stories, the star sent fans wild as she stuns in bargain £10 eBay dress and excitedly makes first B&M trip in months.
And ex-hairdresser Mrs Hinch gave her husband a disastrous lockdown cut & left him looking like he’s in a ‘tiny hat’.
Plus we took a look inside Mrs Hinch’s enviable garden with B&M’s hanging egg chair, stylish BBQ area and a teepee for Ronnie.
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