Vagina glitter is the new weird vaginal beautification trend.Maybe not quite as horrifying as putting wasps in your vajayjay, but weird nonetheless. We take a strong “don’t put glitter in your hoo-ha” stance. Here’s why you should steer clear of the vagina-sparkle fad and opt for something that will do a heck of a lot more for your sex life than a glitter capsule.
It Doesn’t Really Help Anything, Plus It’s Kind of Gross
Putting foreign substances, no matter how colorful or sparkly, inside your vagina is a big no-no. According to experts, vagina glitter could cause vaginal irritation, increased discharge and even infections. Yeah, pass. There’s literally no positive side to this. It’s definitely not going to do anything for you in terms of vaginal laxity. And as much as we all want to believe that glitter has magical properties, putting it inside you isn’t going to somehow make your sex life better. In fact, it sounds a bit messy. And scratchy.
You’re a grown woman now, and your vagina is not a craft project.
There Is Help, And You Won’t Find It in a Packet of Vagina Glitter
If you want to know how to tighten your vagina, step slowly away from the glitter (with your hands where we can see them). There are actually legitimate treatments for vaginal laxity. So instead of distracting from your ladypart issues with bells and whistles, consider tightening that thing up for real with Geneveve™. This is a nonsurgical procedure that can be done on your lunch hour. It effectively tightens up your vagina without the need for needles, anesthesia or glitter.
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