Underarms Brightening
Underarms Brightening

UNDERARMS BRIGHTENING

Trial Session + Consultation for $28 NETT

Trial Session Consultation for

$28 NETT

    ✓ Effectively Targets Excess Pigmentation Within The Skin
    Lighten Dark Spots & Treat Uneven Skin Tone on Underarms
    Non-Surgical, Safe & Effective Solution

Get Rid Of Dark Underarms & Regain Your Confidence Now!

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How It Works

Acne and pimples removal & treatment - how it works step 1
Step 1

Underarms darkening usually occur due to the excessive production of melanin in your skin, causing it to turn into a darker hue than usual.This could also be a skin condition known as Acanthosis Nigricans (AN), which causes your skin to thicken and darken around the body.

Acne and pimples removal & treatment - how it works step 2
Step 2

Our underarms brightening treatment can penetrate the skin deeper than products creams and peels. It can also only be absorbed by cells that contain an excessive concentration of melanin, ensuring that the surrounding tissues are left undamaged. These targeted pigments absorbed the energy and gets heated up quickly.

Acne and pimples removal & treatment - how it works step 3
Step 3

Due to the absorbed heat, the dark underarms pigmentation gets broken down into smaller particles and are recognized by the body as waste. It will eventually flake away from the skin surface.

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Step 4

Once the dark pigments are gone, you will have fairer underarms, with a smoother and clearer skin tone.

*Individual Treatment Results May Vary

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