The magic properties of baking soda are becoming legendary in the world of beauty hacks and today we are going to reveal another one to you.
Many women face the issue of darker armpits and it embarrasses them but you shouldn’t think that you are the only one that has this problem. This happens to lots of women with darker skin tones, so do not worry. There are ways to influence and eliminate the issue. Baking soda is going to be your best helper here.
The thing is that baking soda is a great exfoliator and it also has great bleaching abilities but the most important thing is that it causes no damage to your skin. That is why today we are going to teach you to prepare a few homemade remedies to get rid of dark armpits.
#1 Soda and water
What can be simpler? Just mix the two so that a paste is created. Massage the mixture for about 5 minutes and then leave it on for another 25. After that simply rinse it off and try to repeat the procedure at least twice a week.
#2 Baking soda and lemon
It is a known fact that these two have pretty amazing bleaching abilities. That is why you should mix soda with lemon juice so that you have a nice, smooth paste ready. Apply it to your armpit area, massage it in a little and leave it for about 10 minutes. Rinse it off and repeat every couple of days.
#3 Baking soda and coconut oil
The combination of these two is the combo of a great exfoliator and a great moisturizer that is why it is twice as good. To get this mixture ready you need only two minutes of your time since this is how long it takes to combine 2 tablespoons of soda with 1 tablespoon of coconut oil.
When it is ready apply it and leave it there for 10 minutes, then rinse it off. As simple as that! Try any of these remedies out and you will be surprised by the effect!
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