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Why You Definitely Shouldn’t DIY Vaginal Rejuvenation

Vaginal Rejuvenation

Vaginal RejuvenationWe’re all for pampering lady bits and even working them out with some regular Kegel exercises, but there’s a new DIY vaginal rejuvenation method in town that we suggest staying away from, unless burning your vajay sounds like fun.

Vagacial, Anyone?

Yes, the so-called “vagacial” (think facial for your vagina) is a very real thing, and UK-based millionaire matchmaker and sexpert Lisa Palmer swears by her crazy concoction.

To partake in Palmer’s DIY vaginal rejuvenation, you need to first steam your lady parts for 20 minutes. Next, you whip up a batch of egg whites, coconut oil, vitamin E cream and honey and slather away. But that’s not all. If you want your nether regions to stay smooth and fresh, you’re going to have to vagacial yourself once weekly, according to Palmer.

Really, there’s no need to try this at home. No amount of steaming is likely to tighten to your vagina or produce any kind of lasting results.

Leave It to the Professionals

If this vagacial is working for Palmer, all the power to her. But if you’re not so pumped about scalding your vagina and coating it in some sort of cake batter cocktail, maybe your vaginal rejuvenation is best left to the professionals.

In fact, there is a treatment out there called ThermiVa® that can tighten vaginal tissue, reduce vaginal dryness and even improve stress incontinence without requiring surgery. So why bake your vagina at home when you can go to a clean, comfy plastic surgeon’s office and get real results in a few 30-minute sessions?

And the best part? Your ThermiVa® results can last up to 12 months, blowing the weekly at-home vagacial out of the water.

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