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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.