While you are likely to pay close attention to the needs of your skin when was the last time that your armpits were given some TLC? This area of skin is extremely sensitive and often neglected. It can be difficult to take care of if you don't know the right steps. Learn how to treat a range of issues in the armpit, including hair removal and discoloration.

Hair Removal

There are many options for removing unwanted hair from your armpits. However, it's possible to go down a number of routes. It's also possible to leave your hair where it is. If done correctly, shaving removes unwanted hair and prevents ingrown hairs. Keep in mind that the hair under your arms may grow in different directions so you might need to shave in more than one direction.

To get smooth results, exfoliate the skin gently before you start shaving. You can use a Body Scrub (or your loofah) to do this. Exfoliation is important to prevent underarm odor. For a close, comfortable shave, make sure you use a new blade when you are ready to shave.

Waxing can also be very effective in removing armpit hair. The results can last for weeks, instead of just days. You can either do it yourself or hire a professional wax artist to get rid of the daily stubble. A laser is another option that can be used long-term. Although it can be expensive, six to ten sessions will make your underarms feel soft and smooth. Do your researches before you make this decision?


If you are concerned about body odor, there are several steps you can take. First, make sure you wash your clothes regularly and use an antiperspirant such as the Native Oat Milk Latte Deodorant. This unique scent is ideal for fall. It also contains coconut oil, shea butter, and shea butter to provide a soft, smooth feeling that protects against sweat and odor. To avoid irritation and rashes, wait for at least 10 minutes after shaving before applying deodorant.

A few factors can cause hyperpigmentation under the arms, excessive darkening, or other changes to the skin. Overexposure can cause brown-colored pigment to be produced. Hormonal changes and allergic reactions can also play a role. Because the underarm hair is just below your skin's surface, it tends to look like a shadow. If you are concerned about the shadow, waxing may be an option.