We treat our faces to facials, hair to blowouts, and nails to manicures, so why not add the vajacial to the list?
Yes, you read that correctly. Vajacials, which are indeed facials for your vulva, are gaining popularity at spas and salons across the World. When we first heard about them, to say we had a few questions about the procedure would be an understatement. Are extractions involved? Are they the same thing as yoni steaming? Will they give your vulva that post-facial glow?
But first thing’s first: a vajacial is performed on your vulva, not your vagina. Vajacials focus on the bikini line, pubic mound (the V-shaped area where most of your pubic hair grows), and outer labia, and don’t actually involve anything going into your vagina — the internal canal.
Vajacial basics and benefits
“As women, our vaginas are kept hidden and covered most of the time. We’re incredibly busy in our everyday lives and tend to neglect this area,” says Moyet- The beauty expert. “For ex-ample, most women admit to rarely moisturizing [their vagi-nas]. And we’re so rushed, it’s easy to quickly shave and develop razor bumps or ingrown hairs.”
Beyond the consequences of a haphazard shave, Moyet adds that the skin around the vagina is prone to other problems too. Blackheads build up from sweat, irritation occurs from panty lines, and hormonal changes can even cause hyperpigmenta-tion. “A vajacial is a way to help alleviate all of these issues,” she says. Moyet explains that a vajacial exfoliates dead skin, cleans out pores, and kills bacteria — all while reintroducing moisture back into the skin.
In other words, just as a facial keeps the skin on your face clear and healthy, a vajacial works to care for and improve the skin on your vulva.
Not everyone has the confidence or finances to have regular vajacials at a spa. BareDerma offers you an easy to use spa kit for the home which will leave you feeling super sexy and feminine and your intimate skin in tip top condition!
What, exactly, to expect
BareDerma’s Vajacial treatment involves cleansing, exfoliating to prevent in-grown hairs, followed by the Intimate calming mask and a slathering of lightening and resurfacing cream to undo any hyper pigmentation and promote skin renewal. “Barederma SuperVaginaVajacial kit Is a perfect Natural for-mulation which gives female genital a youthful glow, leaves the skin soft, smooth and brighten up and more especially present-able, without causing any mess to the natural pH of your vagina.” States the press released by BareDerma.
Moyet adds that men can get vajacials, too. The same process described above is used on the areas where pubic hair is re-moved.
Of course, it’s always best to check with your gynecologist be-fore trying something new, especially if you’re pregnant.
“There are a plethora of benefits both men and women receive from the vajacial, from feeling sexy in the skin you’re in to more confidence when naked,” says Moyet. “You will leave feeling brand new.” Have questions? Take a look at www.barederma.com
Time to pretty the kitty, and have the vagina you deserve!