jordanhamilton
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4 Ways To Successfully Detox Your Arm Pits

Believe it or not, detoxing your underarms is a real thing.

Just as you would detox from the inside out, you can also detox the exterior as well. We all know just how sensitive our underarms can be and how easily prone they are to bacteria, darkness and odor.
With summer right around the corner, it's in your best interest to get your pits in tip top shape so you don't have to be embarrassed or self conscious while wearing sleeveless shirts. If you're ready to give your underarms the detox they deserve, keep scrolling and check out a few ways seen below.

Improve your diet and see positive results.

Yes, diet has a lot to do with the odor that comes from your pits. If you eat bad, you will smell bad. Start eating a healthy balanced diet and watch your sweat glands change for the better.

Dry brushing will help remove toxins from the body.

As we all know, deodorant contains all types of harmful chemicals. In order to remove these toxins from your skin and de-clogging pours, brush the skin in a towards motion to drain your lymph nodes.

Skip shaving and get them waxed.

Contrary to popular belief, not only does shaving your underarms give better results -- but it also results in removing dead skin cells from the top layer of the skin.

Get your hands on a natural organic deodorant.

The less ingredients listed, the better.

How do you take care of your underarms?

Do you use an all natural deodorant?
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I nair them, exfoliate and put body butters and creams on them now and then. Since I've started doing that, my skin lightened up dramatically.
a year ago·Reply
that's great!! I need to start doing the same thing @primodiva93
a year ago·Reply
@jordanhamilton, baking soda, complete natural deodorant and will detox that gland too being a lasting natural hemopatic agent.
a year ago·Reply
I've heard great uses for BC. going to have to go out and invest in some @mscocoasupreme
a year ago·Reply
If at home I don't wear deodorant. Soapwalla has a natural, cream deodorant that I like.
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