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Treatment options for dark underarms:

Underarm discoloration is a very typical problem for women. This skin ailment can be brought on by a variety of factors. While there are a few supposedly effective home cures, there are also several dermatologist-recommended therapies that help resolve this condition.
The first step in treating underarm pigmentation is to address any underlying causes. For instance, using moisturisers on a daily basis can assist with atopic eczema by repairing the skin barrier and preventing flare-ups.
There are several topical creams and remedies that might help lighten pigmentation. However, only hyperpigmentation impacting the top layer of the skin may be treated with these topical treatments.
The deeper pigmentation in the skin can be efficiently treated with a Q-Switched/ Pico laser system. When topical whitening treatments haven’t been able to lighten underarm pigment, this procedure may be appropriate. A Q-switched or Picosecond laser is used in underarm whitening laser therapy to lighten dark underarms brought on by pigmentation. With little to no downtime and no discomfort, this safe therapy produces noticeable improvements in a few sessions.
One of the best cosmetic remedies for dark underarms is a chemical peel. During this process, the older skin is peeled off to reveal the fresh skin beneath, using various FDA-approved acids. The new skin is frequently smoother, younger-looking, and less wrinkled than the old skin. Depending on your skin state, mild or medium peeling products are often used for underarm chemical peeling. Usually, a gentle or superficial peel is sufficient to remove extra melanocytes from the skin.
Even though darkened underarms are mostly benign, it’s important to get them examined by a dermatologist, particularly if you suspect you may be suffering from a thyroid disorder or diabetes. Usually, the black skin will lighten when the underlying problem has been treated.