2-20% of women between the ages of 15 and 44 suffer from polycystic ovary syndrome or PCOS. Let’s look a few lifestyle changes below which can help you control your PCOS and beat it at its own game.
Summer is the time for slinky tops, iced drinks and dark underarms on full display. The underarm area gets dark because of a number of reasons. The most predominant of these are: Harsh chemicals: Chemicals present in our deodorant act by blocking the sweat glands. Some of these can be harsh to the skin and while these won’t cause any upfront irritation or reaction, they can cause darkening. Epilatory creams are notorious for causing darkening of the underarm area. It’s worth noting that…
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