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Plus, ways you can keep bumps from forming after shaving, plucking.
Bumps (a.k.a chicken skin) on your underarms are a common skin issue among women. This unwanted texture is mainly caused by plucking or waxing, as these quick hair removal methods pull out the armpit hair, causing tiny, rough bumps on the skin. Other times, "some people really have
Yup, it exists.
Having discoloration on the armpits is a common thing. A lot of Filipinas have it, including myself. Some possible reasons for this are constant shaving, plucking, or waxing, not exfoliating the area, wearing tight clothes, and using antiperspirants.While it's not particularly a big
These multi-taskers are the pits.
Among all the parts of your body, your underarms probably get the least TLC. Yes, you wash them with soap and water everyday, but when you're dealing with odor, bumps, and ingrown hair, take it as a clear sign they need a proper care routine—and that
It's a procedure you probably didn't know you needed.
Facials usually involve blackhead extractions, steaming, and exfoliation to thoroughly cleanse your face of dirt and grime. So when I heard of a treatment that could do just that, except not on your face but on your underarms, I got really curious.
Master her favorite poses with these simple lessons.
Being the face of Snow, a supplement that helps brighten the skin and combat aging caused by sun damage, it only makes sense for Marian Rivera to show off her clear complexion via her OOTDs. Anyone who follows her on Instagram would notice how
Derm-approved solutions, right this way.
No one deserves to live with pit problems forever. So to try and make your life easier, we asked dermatologists for their tips on how to deal with the most common underarm issues. See what we learned below!1. SweatingAs embarrassing as sweaty armpits
An expert weighs in.
Here's the thing: having "chicken skin" on your armpits doesn't mean you have bad hygiene. In fact, someone can shower four times a day and still be prone to developing tiny bumps. So who's the real culprit behind that unwanted texture? We asked dermatologist Dr. Gaile
For brighter and smoother armpits!
For the skincare-obsessed, weekends are usually reserved for pampering sessions. Massages, face masks, even a simple no-makeup day is enough to give your skin a break from the usual grind. While you're at it, it certainly wouldn't hurt to sign up your
For armpits smoother and brighter than your future!
For armpits smoother and brighter than your future, it's time for you to upgrade that routine of yours. Below, we list products that'll keep those underarms soft, even-toned, and odor-free sans the hassle!IMAGE Skin GenieSKIN GENIE Pit Perfect Scrub, P200, Skin GenieHaving
Avoid these sneaky culprits whenever you can!
While a huge pimple in the middle of your face is an obvious confidence killer, dark underarms are just as bad, too! Girls with dark underarms often feel embarassed and end up limiting themselves—from avoiding tank tops like the plague to not
Keep those unpleasant smells at bay.
Where there's sweat, there's usually body odor—specifically in your underarms. If you don't want to feel conscious about the peculiar smell that accompanies perspiration, read on for our seven tips below:1. Use a cleanser during your shower. Washing your armpits with water is
Let in the light.
Newsflash: underarm whitening doesn't have to be painful (and, you know, painfully expensive). Some of the best spot fighters can be found riiight in your pantry! Keep scrolling to find out which six super ingredients are fantastic for warding off unwanted armpit
We can't believe we're just realizing this now.
When it comes to makeup removal, we're meticulous to a fault. We won't just wash our faces once—nope, we have to double cleanse (first with an oil cleanser or balm, then with a foaming facial wash) every single night if we want
And shaving doesn't make your hair grow thicker.
Okay, we have to admit we didn't know that lemon juice was such a troublesome ingredient. That said, we picked the brains of dermatologist Anna Palabyab-Rufino to get all the deets on these common beauty myths. Read on and think twice before