GoodHousekeeping – Questions About Your Armpits

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Dr. Michele S. Green takes a look at some of the common questions people have about armpit problems in Good Housekeeping.

She looks at possible causes of underarm darkening such as Eczema, obesity, fungal infections, hormones, and certain medications – along with “Excessive exposure to UV light.” In addition to that, she talks about the medical element of shaving one’s armpits. “There is no medical necessity to shave your underarms,” says Green. If you choose to shave ’em, that’s totally fine, but don’t let anyone tell you that it’s unhealthy or unclean to let that hair grow.

In addition to that, she discussed ways to reduce sweating and possible causes for irritations and rashes. Of course, to get a proper diagnosis, the best method is to contact your dermatologist.

Find out more and find out the common questions about armpits at – http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/beauty/anti-aging/a37913/common-armpit-problems/