How To Do A DIY Vajacial At Home

While a facial at home may not be difficult, pampering your lady parts, or a vajacial, maybe a little more difficult. It could be that you are unfamiliar with the concept or that you don’t think of it as “traditional” as, say, a beauty routine. Whatever the reason, it’s always a good idea to give your body some extra tender loving care when you get the chance. As a result, we’re going to go over how you can get a vajacial from the comfort of your own home.

Until then, we’ll explain what a vajacial is and why it’s a good idea to get one.

Essentially, a vajacial is a facial on your vulva instead of your face. This beauty routine is essential for removing the following;

  • pubic hair.
  • unclogging the skin around your genitals.
  • evening the skin.
  • hydrating it to keep it smooth.
  • It helps to keep skin hydrated and healthy.
  • Lumps and pimples are removed.
  • Ingrown hairs are avoided. 
  • Toxins are removed from the vulva’s immediate vicinity. 
  • Dead skin cells are removed, and hyperpigmentation is avoided.

Many people swear by vajacials, although specialists advise against having the procedure performed at a spa for the following reasons:

  • Skin irritations and cuts can result from the esthetician/vajacials being excessively hard with the skin surrounding your genital area.
  • A lack of health precautions at the spa could put you at risk of
  • Allergies, inflammation, and discomfort are all possible side effects of some operations.

To perform your at-home vajacial, how do you begin?

The best place to begin is with freshly washed skin. To clean the area around the vulva, use warm water and a gentle soap without any scents.

Using a sharp razor or wax, remove the unwanted hair. 

What you need to know about getting your pubic hair waxed:

To get your pubic hair waxed, follow the instructions;

  • After cleansing the skin, exfoliate it.
  • A light exfoliant, such as the one you’d use on your face, is strongly recommended to avoid irritating the skin. 
  • Use a yoghurt mask to brighten your skin after using tweezers to remove ingrown hairs. 
  • Mix 1 teaspoon of plain yoghurt, making sure it is unadulterated and free of preservatives.
  • 1 teaspoon of Aloe Vera and one-quarter of orange are added.
  • Allow it to sit for five minutes before rinsing with warm water. 
  • Alternatively, you can apply the yoghurt and then rinse it off with warm water after 20 minutes.

Aloe vera gel or coconut oil can be used to soothe and hydrate the skin, respectively. Finished with the vajacial?

No product should ever enter the vagina. The goal of a vajacial is to care for the skin around the genitals, not the vagina.

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