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5 Ways to Treat Your Bikini and Underarm Skin!

5 Ways to Treat Your Bikini and Underarm Skin!

It’s a never - ending story when it comes to the skin below our belly buttons, maintaining a soft and outbreak - free bikini line is work.  From shaving, waxing, lasering and even topic treatments, ingrown hairs and razor bumps can be a headache, especially in the summer. And this season, the 80s style high-cut swimwear,  leave no room for uncertainty. Add that to your underarm skin and it ’s literally a full-time job to find just the right routine to clear any breakouts. Here are a few natural and cost-efficient remedies and tips to help cure your problem areas!


  1. Shave in the direction of your hair growth. We’ll start with shaving since it could be the most ancient beauty concept for those who are champion waxers and laser queens. Shaving has been getting the job done for years but most people do it all wrong. When you shave in the direction your hair grows, you are are preventing irritation. So don’t go against the grain at first pass.

  2. After waxing and shaving, exfoliate! Like your skin, keeping the most sensitive parts of your bikini line well groomed is necessary. It is recommended to use a body wash and washcloth to clean the area after shaving in the shower. You can also apply a natural toner like Aloe Gel to combat any burning sensations, irritation or redness. Exfoliating is also key for minimizing discoloration (partially caused by a buildup of dead skin) especially when it comes to maintenance.

  3. Use a glycolic toner. Tend Skin is on Amazon’s best seller list to use on your underarms and bikini area. Plus it’s super cheap! As a natural route, you can use apple cider vinegar applied with a cotton ball to help close pores. There’s also serums that could double as a gentle toner.  

  4. Although waxing is considered super effective, it can be painful and also annoying when the hair grows back. The time between your next wax appointments is what matters the most. A brown sugar scrub mixed with your favorite coconut oil and essential oils (eucalyptus or palo santos) is the perfect substitute for your traditional store bought product. It also helps restore moisture! It can also be used all over your body. For aftercare maintenance, make sure to keep your skin moisturized. Did you know that A Complete’s Facial Youth Moisturizing Cream can also be used on dry spots and stretch marks?

  5. Develop a routine and follow it. Whether you trimming once a week, every month or lasering once a quarter, a familiar schedule will decrease breakouts. Remember the skin is a living organism and it goes by the standard you set.


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