Want your underarms to look lighter and feel silky smooth?
- Exfoliate, Exfoliate, Exfoliate! (And Moisturize)
While you’re singing in the shower, be sure to exfoliate with a gentle and natural scrub (can even be a DIY sugar scrub). Getting rid of dead skin cells not only reduces the odor that comes along with bacteria builds up, but also keeps your pits super fresh and looking good. Say no to any rough scrubs that contain ingredients like coffee grounds and walnut shells. Those types of products can irritate your sensitive pits.
Plus, moisturizing with The Original underarm brightening cream is the key to success. With just the right amount of organic avocado oil, your pits will be replenished. Be mindful that applying any product, including The Original, to your pits immediately after shaving may cause irritation. Be sure to test a small area before applying to your entire underarm after shaving or simply wait at least two hours before applying.
Shave days off shavingPractice proper shaving techniques. How to perfect your technique exactly? First off, try to hold off on shaving daily, since shaving can cause damage and irritation to your skin. Space out your shave days -- it’ll be worth it in the long run.
Lather your pits with a protective shaving cream so the blades glide right over your moist skin to avoid bumps and burns. Bacteria can build up on the blades, which can cause underarm breakouts. Easily avoid a breakout by storing your razor outside of the shower. Changing your razor blades every 2-3 weeks keeps your blades sharp and guarantees a cleaner shave.