PE­TAL VAJACIAL S

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How­ever, Dr. Suzanne Gil­berg-Lenz, ob­ste­tri­cian and gy­nae­col­o­gist at Women’s Care of Bev­erly Hills Med­i­cal Group, cau­tions, “Most of these treat­ments are not put through in­ten­sive clin­i­cal tri­als, so it be­comes chal­leng­ing to eval­u­ate the ac­tual im­pact.” De­spite the con­tested ben­e­fits, a sooth­ing steam for your nether re­gions is still a calm­ing and pleas­antly un­com­mon ex­pe­ri­ence. So, too, is a vajacial—bet­ter called a vul­va­cial—which is con­ducive to a ra­di­ant glow that im­proves your sex­ca­pades. While a bal­anced vulva com­plex­ion might not be your ut­most pri­or­ity, it’s still a lux­u­ri­ous treat that can com­bat in-grown hairs and skin ir­ri­ta­tion as a re­sult of hair re­moval. The Bev­erly Wil­shire Med­i­cal Cen­tre in Kuala Lumpur ( www.bev­er­ly­wilshiremed­i­cal.com) of­fers an in­no­va­tive ver­sion—the Mon­aLisa Touch. Priced from RM5,000, the treat­ment coun­ter­acts age­ing and re­sults in a brighter skin tone, gen­tly act­ing on the vagi­nal mu­cosa to im­prove sen­si­tiv­ity. Out of your bud­get? In­dulge in a DIY flo­ral facial for your vulva in­stead, which uses rose­wa­ter as an af­ter­shave treat­ment. Dr. Rachel Nazar­ian, der­ma­tol­o­gist at Sch­weiger Der­ma­tol­ogy in New York, ex­plains, “Rose­wa­ter’s ben­e­fits stem from nat­u­ral anti-in­flam­ma­tory prop­er­ties, which makes it ideal to calm ir­ri­tated skin con­di­tions.” Not only is it ap­pro­pri­ate for the del­i­cate bal­ance of the vulva area, but it also pro­vides in­stant re­lief and lon­glast­ing soft­ness.

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