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One of the most dense forms of nutrients that we have available to us comes in the form of honey. While we mainly think of honey as something to eat, the many nutrients found in that sweet treat is also very good for the skin. In the case of dark underarms, you can apply honey directly to your armpits and let it sit for 10-20 minutes. The many beneficial antioxidants, proteins and minerals found in honey can have a direct effect on those darkened skin cells and lighten the color over time, while also helping to reduce odor and keep that part of your body free of infection.

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