Under Arm Pigmentation Evaluation
The underarm lightening test measures the efficacy of a product in improving skin tone/ reducing the melanin content of the skin in the underarm area.
The test can be performed using the Chromameter CR-400 (measures skin color) and the Mexameter MX 18 (evaluates the melanin content of the skin), respectively.
The test is conducted by measuring the skin color and melanin content before and after the application of the product. The difference in brightness before and after the application of the product, along with the reduction in melanin content, is used to evaluate the efficacy of the product in underarm lightening.
This test helps to assess the ability of the product to reduce pigmentation and brighten the underarm skin.