Vajacials (Vaginal Facials) provide the ultimate way to hydrate, soften and maintain healthy vulva skin. A typical treatment includes cleansing, exfoliation, ingrown hair extractions, and soothing mask application – this service can even be combined with Brazilian sugar waxing!
Vajacials may not be essential, but they are an excellent self-care practice to maintain your vulva and booty. Keep reading to gain more insight!
What is a facial?
Vajacials are spa treatments designed to improve the comfort and health of the skin in the pubic region, including ingrown hairs, redness, and irritation caused by shaving or waxing, as well as other conditions like keratosis pilaris and discoloration. You can perform it yourself using products designed specifically for this delicate area at home or seek professional assistance at a salon or spa.
Vajcials, or vajacials, have become an increasingly popular treatment. This practice can help those experiencing problems with ingrown hairs or irritation post-hair removal and reduce hyperpigmentation and clogged pores in this delicate area. They are often combined with waxing services.
During treatment, a particular skin-care product is used to clean and exfoliate the area being treated, then an extraction procedure to extract ingrown hairs or dead cells is usually conducted. Finally, an anti-irritant mask may be applied directly onto the skin to soothe irritation while helping the area heal before applying moisturizer to ensure its soft and smooth nature remains.
Though facial treatments can benefit many women, each woman must consider whether this procedure is necessary and consult with a highly-trained esthetician when considering this procedure. Incorrect medicines could increase infection risks and discomfort.
As it’s important to remember, a facial will not solve all issues with the vulva or pubic area. If you suspect any condition, such as ovarian cysts, uterine fibroids, or sexually transmitted infections, it would be prudent to visit your physician for diagnosis and treatment.
Ingrown hairs in the vulva region can be an annoyance, but there are ways to help prevent ingrown hairs, such as regular exfoliation and using products designed to combat them. One effective strategy for fighting ingrown hairs is getting a facial, which is an in-home spa treatment or can be performed by an esthetician.
How often should I get a facial?
Vajacials shouldn’t be treated like an obligation – instead, they should be part of your self-care routine and used whenever needed. They can help strengthen relationships between the vulva and the body as part of the overall skincare regime or help deal with hyperpigmentation or irritation caused by waxing/shaving practices.
When determining how often to have a facial, consulting your esthetician is best. Your esthetician will give advice based on factors like the severity of skin issues, frequency of cleansing the area, and sun exposure.
Most facial treatments use a gentle cleanser to remove impurities and dirt build-up from the mons pubis, vulva, and bikini areas. Once this step has been completed, light steam may be applied to open pores and relax the skin, followed by chemical exfoliators that remove dead skin cells and fade discolorations over time. In addition, spot treatments like folic acid might be included before finally using a serum to moisturize skin cells and prevent future breakouts.
Be mindful when considering getting a facial that it may cause some discomfort due to extractions performed and high-frequency wand usage, so bring someone along as support during your appointment and inform the esthetician of any specific concerns so they can take measures to alleviate your suffering.
Pregnant women should avoid getting facials because the treatments can contain essential oils that could adversely affect the baby in the uterus and cause contractions. Instead, consult your gyno regarding ingrown hairs or any vulva issues, who will advise if it’s safe to visit an aesthetician.
Who is a good candidate for a vajacial?
Vajacials are the latest trend in salons, yet they can confuse those unfamiliar. Similar to facials but performed more intimately, facials cleanse, exfoliate, and extract ingrown hairs from existing ones to prevent new ones from forming; soften and moisturize skin so it feels soft and supple after each treatment; targeted treatments can target specific problem areas such as bumps or discolorations for optimal results.
Estheticians offering jackals will gently exfoliate away dulling dead skin cells to reveal radiant and healthy-looking skin beneath. A brightening serum will then be applied for additional glow. A great time for receiving this service is right after hair removal to jumpstart the exfoliation process again; however, other times may also work depending on individual circumstances.
Ingrown hairs can be inconvenient and often lead to infections in the vulva and mons pubis areas of skin. They can cause pain, redness, itchiness, and swelling and be painful when touched; vajacials can help decrease this number by clearing away dead skin while encouraging new hair to grow out straight without becoming trapped under the skin.
Though anyone can benefit from having a facial, those who regularly wax or shave their pubic mounds may find them particularly beneficial. Shaving can irritate the skin in this area and lead to ingrown hairs, redness, and itching, thus making this procedure all the more critical in eliminating these problems by cleansing, exfoliating, and extracting ingrown hairs from this region.
Vajacials can also be an excellent option for people with sensitive skin. Since this procedure does not require downtime or anesthesia, vajacials provide an easy and non-invasive way to pamper yourself without disrupting daily life.
Naylee Aesthetics’ team would be pleased to arrange a facial for you! Call our offices or reach out online now so that we can arrange an appointment!
What are the steps of a facial?
Vajacial treatments vary between spas but typically begin with a deep cleanse using exfoliants and steamers targeted toward your vulva area. An esthetician then uses tools to gently remove any impurities, such as blackheads or whiteheads, while plucking or tweezing ingrown hairs with plucking or tweezing ingrown as needed. Following that step comes an application of a soothing mask and moisturizer, LED light therapy or hydrogel mask may be included before concluding with an esthetician performing a facial massage of mons pubis or outside lips of private parts – they never go inside the vulva canal and never wax this part of the body!
As intimate skincare becomes increasingly sought-after, more spas are offering facial treatments as part of their services. This service is ideal for anyone who regularly shaves or waxes – including those who shave too often or wax. As well as helping reduce ingrown hairs, redness, and hyperpigmentation, facial treatments also reduce ingrown hairs while improving hyperpigmentation in this region.
Estheticians work closely with clients during a vajacial to tailor it to their experience and address any unique requirements or preferences. Some clients may opt to forgo extractions altogether, while others might like an added boost of brightness and hydration with an acid peel or jelly mask treatment.
Pregnant women must consult their OB/GYN before getting a facial, as specific treatments could be unsafe during gestation. Furthermore, those seeking prenatal vajacials should avoid spas that offer services like the high-frequency wand or LED lights, as these could potentially trigger uterine contractions, and should also stay away from hotels that provide these types of services as these could trigger labor contractions.
Suppose you are interested in getting a facial. In that case, it is highly advised that they visit a reputable salon with trained estheticians on staff who offer this service and who offer safe and effective treatments. Furthermore, it would be ideal if they took classes or received advanced training for intimate skincare to explain the process to them and answer any of their queries that may arise during this process.