Once you've jumped on the underarm skincare routine train, the only thing that's really left for you to do is wait patiently for the results. But if you want the waiting time to be cut in half, then you should consider trying a simple trick Camille Co learned from the beauty doctor herself, Dr. Vicki Belo.

ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
CONTINUE READING BELOW
Recommended Videos

In a video about her bedtime beauty hacks, the blogger shared that Dr. Vicki recommends putting on underarm products at night instead of in the morning.

"During the day you're experiencing so much stress, you're moving around, [and] your sweat glands are on overdrive," Camille explains. "When you're sweating throughout the day, you're not really able to absorb the product and all the benefits that the product has."

Meanwhile, if you apply your products before you sleep, your body is more relaxed and open to absorbing the benefits of whatever you're applying on your skin. However, if you bathe in the morning, do cleanse your armpits before applying brightening creams to avoid any bacteria buildup and irritation.

Using this method would officially trim your morning underarm ritual to just one product: deodorant. And if you think about it, that's so much better for your skin than sweating through both a cream and an anti-perspirant in the day!

ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW

Catch more of Camille's bedtime beauty tips below!

Personal Loan Calculator
Use this calculator to know how much you'll be paying based on current interests of banks.*
This is required.
This is required.
*Rates can change without prior notice.
Continue
Get the latest updates from Female Network
Subscribe to our Newsletter!
Comments
Trending on Network

Latest Stories

Reasons Why You Shouldn't Wait to Watch "Through Night and Day"

Ben and Jen's story is full of heart-wrenching moments and a moving OST to boot.

Lauren Reid Shares the Mistakes She Made When She Started Her Food Business

"I didn't calculate the cost until about a month later but it's all lessons learned."
Load More Stories