Do you want your vagina to look and feel great? Good. You should. Now don’t go having some ridiculous procedure that doesn’t work in an effort to achieve better orgasms, better-looking genitals or comfort from a lax vagina. There are a lot of treatments on the market that don’t work. Here’s what to avoid and what to do instead.
It’s a truth universally acknowledged that periods are the worst. Why, oh why would anyone want to put blood back into their vagina? That’s the principal theory behind the O-Shot, an injection that’s supposed to heighten sensitivity. Blood is removed from your arm and injected directly into your G spot and clitoris. With a needle. No, thank you.
Your vagina is beautiful. If you’re uncomfortable with how it looks or feels, consider labiaplasty. Don’t buy into cosmetic fillers for your genitals. Fillers, like those you’d inject into wrinkles on your face, are now being pumped into vaginas and the results are not always great. If done improperly, they can cause bleeding, swelling and even nerve paralysis. This is your vagina. Don’t take that kind of risk.
Don’t risk the health of your vagina on a rejuvenation treatment that might not even work.
Google “crotch lift” and you’re more likely to see a wrestling move than a vaginal rejuvenation procedure. Surgically speaking, a crotch lift, or perineoplasty, is a procedure to correct damage and deformations of the vagina or anus. Unless your OB-GYN suggests this to you to fix a medical issue, this one’s not for you.
Intima Actually Works
When you’re done messing around with ridiculous treatments that don’t actually do anything, look to Intima vaginal rejuvenation. It’s a laser-based, outpatient vaginal rejuvenation procedure that stimulates collagen production, increasing the firmness and tightness of your vagina. If you want more pleasurable sex, Intima is how to get it.
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