At Veritas, we start all skin pigmentation treatments like armpit whitening with a proper medical examination. This is necessary to rule out skin diseases.
Due to the complexity of underarm whitening—deeper layers of pigmentation and poorer healing capability of our skin on the body than on the face–, it is necessary to get treated with proper equipment and an experienced medical professional.
A common mistake most make is to rely on a single pigmentation laser, such as the Q-switch Pico laser. While Pico laser can target pigmentation effectively, it can only do so for pigmentation limited to one layer of skin, resulting in unsatisfactory results and may lead to adverse side effects like hypopigmentation.
To permanently and effectively treat dark underarms, a combination of lasers is required.