One way individuals combat hyperpigmentation is through the use of skin creams and products. Two popular terms that promise even skin tones are whitening and lightening. But what is the difference?
If you start noticing an increase in freckles or dark patches of skin, you are experiencing sun-induced hyperpigmentation, a very common affliction. So, how do you avoid hyperpigmentation this summer? It’s really all about balance and understanding how our skin and bodies react to sun exposure.
Waxing vs. shaving: which is better? When you have skin sensitivities, anything that touches your skin is a potential trigger for an allergic reaction. The desire to rid our bodies of unwanted hair is...
Underarms get dark for a bunch of reasons. There’s no one answer. That’s why it’s important to talk with a professional, and we can’t replace a visit to your doctor. But, here are some common causes.
So why does no one really talk about it? My guess is it’s linked to embarrassment due to how much of the realities of pregnancy are still generally a taboo-talking topic. Pregnancy hyperpigmentation also usually occurs in very private places-- your underarms, inner thighs, areolas, and what women of times past called your “unmentionables.” Increased hyperpigmentation during pregnancy is normal.