On the “Tik Tok” application, the strangest beauty tricks are spread, but the most surprising is that many people have been subjected to trying them, no matter how dangerous they are, such as the peeling solution that leaves the skin glowing red.
Calista, a Tik Tok user, blew up a surprise through a video clip reviewing some beauty products, including The Ordinary’s Glycolic Acid Toner, a multitasking, that she used to treat pimples and cracked heels, and also lighten the armpits area.
Despite its versatility, its application to lighten the armpit is what inspired the follow-ups to try the glycolic acid toner, which the user of “Tik Tok” claimed has many benefits, most notably removing the unpleasant smell, reducing the growth of hair under the skin, and certainly lightening the color of the skin.
What is glycolic acid?
Glycolic Acid is a chemical exfoliant that helps the skin slough off dead skin, resulting in glowing, smoother skin.
Dermatologists and experts revealed that applying Glycolic Acid to the armpits does not cause damage as some expect, as it helps lighten the color of this area, due to the inks that contain ingredients that exfoliate the upper layer of skin cells, and over time it becomes whiter and softer. .
Dermatologist Rachel Maiman confirmed that glycolic acid works well in preventing the growth of hair under the skin, and can also reduce the growth of hair under the skin, and speed up the resolution of hyperpigmentation, while Dr. Anna recommended using it as an alternative to deodorants or commercial antiperspirants, Because it supports the skin with many benefits, and reduces the appearance of odor completely.
Despite all of the previous recommendations, Dr. Marisa Jarchik confirmed that using glycolic acid on the armpits can lead to dryness, flaking and irritation, however if you want to experiment, she advised using low concentrations of glycolic acid by 8 to 10%, to prevent any reactions harsh.