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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
Also, take note of the most common causes of dark underarms!
Here's the thing: Dark, bumpy underarms are a very normal thing to have. After all, most of us were introduced to the world of "armpit removal" through shaving (A.K.A. the main culprit of darkened pits, especially if you don't do it the right way) in our teen years.
Get answers about hyperpigmentation, adult acne, and 30s skincare.
In your 30s, you become more conscious of your internal and external wellness. What younger people may initially think of as vanity, you now consider as loving and taking care of yourself. Skincare, which is all the more vital as you age,
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.
No more pit stains.
Regardless of the season, some of us find ourselves having to deal with sweaty armpits whenever our pores see fit. To help you with this dilemma, here are derma-approved ways to keep those underarms dry:1. Use anti-perspirants.According to Dr. Windie Hayano of
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
The skin pro spills the beans.
For part two of their new web series, CosmoConvo, Cosmo.ph asked one of the Philippines' most famous dermatologists, Vicki Belo, M.D., for the best solutions to the most embarrassing skin issues. Below, she talks about sweaty armpits, dandruff, dark underarms and more!This
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
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
Because no one wants to have "chicken skin."
If you often shave off your underarm hair, then chances are you've experienced having "chicken skin" in that area. While these bumps usually disappear once your skin recovers, there are also times when you're left with painful and annoying pimples and bumps.Underarm