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Anonymous #1
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Hi girls,

Does anyone have tips to lighten dark areas, e.g underarms and down below?

Really appreciate any tips x
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Anonymous #2
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Lemon?
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Hi girls,

Does anyone have tips to lighten dark areas, e.g underarms and down below?

Really appreciate any tips x
You could cause yourself serious injury by doing this
Why would you even want to ?
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- Turmeric and honey
- lemons
- Hydroquinone
- Vitamin C serum
- Moisturising those areas after shaving to avoid post inflammatory hyperpigmentation
- Use a gentle deodorant
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You could cause yourself serious injury by doing this
Why would you even want to ?
well clearly you're white lmao
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Yeah, don't do it.

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well clearly you're white lmao
Or she just doesn't hate her own skin?
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well clearly you're white lmao
Errm no I'm asian
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Yeah, don't do it.


Or she just doesn't hate her own skin?
Wanting to simply do something which is harmless if you go about it the right way for self-confidence and to feel better about oneself is hardly 'hating on your own skin'. That is the most logically flawed argument I have heard on TSR and that says a alot.
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Wanting to simply do something which is harmless if you go about it the right way for self-confidence and to feel better about oneself is hardly 'hating on your own skin'. That is the most logically flawed argument I have heard on TSR and that says a alot.
Says the clown who goes round assuming people's race based on what they do or don't think is a good idea. Jog on.
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Says the clown who goes round assuming people's race based on what they do or don't think is a good idea. Jog on.
Pretty amusing how you take offence to something like this. Get off your high horse and get a life.
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pretty amusing how you take offence to something like this. Get off your high horse and get a life.
j o g o n
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j o g o n
p o m p o u s
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Wanting to simply do something which is harmless if you go about it the right way for self-confidence and to feel better about oneself is hardly 'hating on your own skin'. That is the most logically flawed argument I have heard on TSR and that says a alot.
Lol ignore him, he made himself look so silly anyway
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p o m p o u s
That's me, I tell you what I am as well. Not self hating, you should try it, it's good for your skin
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Okay unseasoned white man
Ok, racist.
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You can't be racist to white people.
You can and you can also be a moron as you have proved more than once. This consversation is over. Good evening.
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(Original post by hopelessdevoted)
- Turmeric and honey
- lemons
- Hydroquinone
- Vitamin C serum
- Moisturising those areas after shaving to avoid post inflammatory hyperpigmentation
- Use a gentle deodorant
Thanks a lot appreciate it, x
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(Original post by WazzWazz98)
You could cause yourself serious injury by doing this
Why would you even want to ?
I just meant as in to try brighten those areas, nothing serious. Like face masks to brighten and clear you skin. Same for these areas
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