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Table of ContentsWhy is Underarm Whitening ImportantWhy Do Underarms Turn Darker?How to Whiten UnderarmsSkin Whitening with Whitening CreamsSkin Whitening with LaserSkin Whitening with Red LightSkin Whitening / Hydrating (PTT) by Wellaholic What are the Benefits of Skin Whitening/Hydrating with AfterGlow™?Pricing of SHR Hair Removal Treatments by Wellaholic  Why is Underarm Whitening Important Underarm whitening is important for many reasons. First, it can boost your confidence. Second, it can make you feel more comfortable in your own skin. Third, it can help you avoid embarrassment in social situations. Fourth, it can lead to better hygiene habits. Finally, it can save you money in the long run. Why Do Underarms Turn Darker? The human underarm is home to two types of sweat glands, which are responsible for producing the clear fluid that helps regulate body temperature. When these glands become blocked, sweat can build up

Underarm hair removal is quite a norm in many places. We remove underarm hair not just to keep our physical appearance attractive, we also want to prevent unpleasant body odor. One of the cost-effective ways to remove underarm hair is by shaving. Some of the most common methods of shaving include using a razor or electric shaver. However, shaving too frequently will likely cause underarm darkness. For that reason, we would like to share with you the right techniques in shaving so that you can stay away from armpit discoloration.

Hyperpigmentation is when dark areas form on your skin over time. Sometimes skin dims due to age, an injury, or melasma-- which is a pigmentation condition. These patches or dark spots result from excess melanin production, which can be caused by everything from acne scars and sun damage to hormone fluctuations. Hyperpigmentation is a common, generally harmless, and also often frustrating problem that a number of us wish to eliminate promptly.