#VAJACIALS

What is a Vajacial VSTEAM?

For those of you new to the concept, the #vajacial Vsteam is a treatment performed on the vulva of the vagina. Focusing on the bikini line and outer labia. It does not actually deal with the inter vagina.

What is the purpose of a vajacial VSTEAM? 

A vajacial treats ingrown hairs, removes dead skin cells, smooths bumps around bikini line, prevents acne, helps with hyper-pigmentation, all to maintain healthy and hydrated skin in the vaginal area. 

What does the procedure consist of ? 

A vajacial is typically a 40-50 minute treatment, which includes a cleanse,

steam + mild exfoliant, extractions of ingrown hairs, followed by a soothing mask, completed with a skin brightening serum or spot treatment.

When should you get a vajacial ? 

Vajacials are usually follow up treatments to help deal with side effects of hair removal on the vagina. It is recommended to get a vajacial 7 days post shaving and receiving a wax.

What are some benefits of a vajacial ?

Vajacials can help with evening out skin tone around the bikini and get rid of bacteria and skin-brightening treatments to lessen discoloration and hyperpigmentation. Helps with vaginal skin care, preventing irritation from waxing/shaving. Along with maintaining upkeep and promoting cosmetic benefits of the vagina, the vajacial also promotes body positivity.

Can't receive VAJACIAL VSteam due to Brazilian/Bikini exfoliation?

We have you COVERED!

A Brazilian + VAJACIAL Hydrojelly Mask is perfect for exfoliation and to hydrate the bikini area while applying high frequency to prevent stubborn ingrown, it nourishes hair follicles for healthier hair growth, shrinks enlarged pores and to thin the bikini hairs. 

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