How Deodorant Works (And Why You Need Underarm Cleansers)

Posted by Melinda on 2/18/2014 to Clarsskin
Deodorant—everybody wears it, hopefully. It’s such a common item that most people don’t really put any thought into using it; they roll it on and go out the door. But why does deodorant prevent you from sweating? How does it remove the smell and what, in fact, does it do? While deodorant is effective at removing odor, it can also hurt your skin. However, a good skin cleanser can remedy that.

Two Tips for Getting Your Underarms Clean and Looking Great

Posted by Melinda on 2/18/2014 to Clarsskin
Have you experienced the frustration of relentlessly scrubbing your underarms only to find you still have a nasty white residue lingering? Even if you think your underarms are clean, you may find a white film that develops on your razor. This white substance is caused from your deodorant or antiperspirant and is difficult to remove. Fortunately, here are two tips for getting your underarms clean and looking great:

Improved Underarm Hygiene

Posted by Tati on 2/12/2014 to Clarsskin
Each part of your body is a little bit different, and therefore requires slightly different types of care. Good hygiene requires that you give each body part the care and attention it requires. When it comes to the underarm area, there are a lot of common hygiene mistakes that are made in the course of a day. These mistakes leave you feeling less fresh and less secure in your overall appearance.

A Good Skin Care Regimen Should Include All Parts of Your Body

Posted by Anahid on 2/11/2014 to Clarsskin
Skin care is important for every part of your body, especially neglected areas people rarely consider during their daily regimens. Your underarms can become damaged due to things including harsh deodorants and general lack of adequate skin care. By using an appropriate underarm cleanser, you can both repair damaged skin as well as prevent further damage from occurring.

Newly Reported Research Suggests Link between Antiperspirants, Deodorants, and Abnormal Breast Cells

Posted by Clarsskin on 2/3/2014 to Clarsskin
A lot of doctors and cancer experts say they find no measurable adverse effect or causal link between aluminum (the active ingredient in most antiperspirants), parabens (a common bonding agent in deodorants and many other products) and abnormal breast tissue. However, new research out of Great Britain cites recent studies which show potential significant links.

Proper personal hygiene can help you prevent dark underarms

Posted by Anahid on 2/1/2014 to Clarsskin
Dark underarms are not just very embarrassing but also very common. A lot of women struggle with self-esteem and avoid wearing sleeveless clothing that may show their underarms simply because they don't know how to prevent underarms from darkening.