When it comes to motherhood, Neri Miranda is keeping it real.
On Monday, January 10, 2022, the 36-year-oldcelebrity mom of three took to Instagram with a photo that showed her and Baby Cash in the same position as they slept.
"Motherhood," Neri wrote in the caption of her post.
She also had no qualms about showing her double chin, which she blamed on "holiday food."
But more than the double chin or their adorable sleeping position, Neri's Instagram followers' attention were drawn to her flawless kili-kili.
Didn't she give birth three months ago?
And as moms would know, skin darkening or discoloration is common in pregnancy, affecting about 90 percent of expectant women, according to whattoexpect.com.
Neri and her husband Chito Miranda welcomed Baby Cash in October 2021.
One of her followers wrote in the comments section of her post, "Walang sinabi ang double chin sa makinis na kili-kili [heart eyes emoji] ano pong sekreto nyo? [laughing emoji]"
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Another echoed the first comment and said, "Kili-kili po ang nagdala. [emojis]"
One netizen couldn't help but say "sana all" in her comment. She told Neri, "Sana all maputi ang kilikili kahit kakapanganak pa lang [emoji]"
Neri hasn't answered the questions asking how she maintains her flawless armpits.
But to those who may be planning to use calamansi to whiten their armpits, celebrity beauty doctor Vicki Belo says it can actually do the opposite.
In an Instagram video posted on June 21, 2019, Dra. Vicki explained, "Calamansi is an acid and it can whiten in some people like, if you have marks on your legs. But sometimes, it makes it even darker. Most of the time, it makes it darker 'cause it's an acid that burns your skin.
"And as you know, the skin in the armpits are really, really thin. And if you put calamansi there and leave it on, most probably, it will burn your skin and make it darker.
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"So please do not use calamansi on your armpits because the skin is so thin."