Ever tried a diamond peel treatment for your pits?
Here's the thing: Having dark, bumpy underarms is a very normal thing to have. After all, most of us were introduced to the world of "armpit hair removal" through shaving (a.k.a. the main culprit of darkened pits, especially
Welcome to the dark side of YouTube.
There was a time when YouTube was a platform where you can learn how to curl your hair, do a winged liner, or perfect a flawless foundation look. Now, you can find all sorts of videos on YT-including those for people
It's a pretty common problem!
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
Keep your pits soft and smooth.
One of the most annoying things to have after shaving your underarms is ingrown hair. Not only do they look ugly and feel bumpy, they also tend to get infected if you try pulling the strands out and fail to clean the
Delightful and therapeutic.
We've all been there, it's 1 a.m. and you can't get to sleep. You reach for your phone (of course), and an hour later you're deeeep into an Instagram black hole-somewhere between
Prevention is key.
According to the NHS, ingrown hairs happen when "hairs have curled around and grown back into the skin." This can lead to red, itchy spots and whiteheads. Niiice.So how do we prevent them? Here's everything you need to know:
This video should clear things up for you.
If you prefer going bare down there, you're probably well aware of ingrown hair, aka the most disgusting and annoying thing EVER. #BeautyIsPainBut do you know exactly why and how it happens?Watch this light, fun, and very informative video from
Shaving down there? A former stripper shares her tried and tested techniques.
If you're not that into pubic hair, you'll probably know the immense, all-consuming discomfort you feel the day after shaving your bikini region. It's so awful, it makes many women turn to the pricier (and ouchier) waxing instead
You don't always know what's hiding under your skin.
The natural reaction to the below viral video of a guy pulling an apparent wig's worth of hair of his face is, "How the eff is this possible?!" Yet, as evidenced by the video, it obviously is possible, and according to
Don't you just HATE the way it appears in the most random places?!
No matter how carefully you wax, shave, or pluck, ingrown hairs will happen on more than one occasion. Follow these tips to make sure that they don't appear as often.1. Exfoliate regularly.An ingrown hair happens when a sliced or
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