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What Is A Vajacial?

What Is A Vajacial?

A vajacial is like a facial for your vagina. It's a spa treatment typically performed after a hair-removal treatment like sugaring. It focuses on the bikini line and outer labia (not the inner vagina). Yes, it's for your vulva, not your vagina, but vajacial is catchy.

Just like a facial, it isn't necessary but can be enjoyable and leave you feeling smooth and more confident with your body and your bikini area.

Typically, the treatment will include a cleanse, mild enzyme exfoliant, extraction of ingrown hairs, followed by a soothing mask and skin-brightening serum or spot treatment.

Note that not all salons will call it a vajacial treatment. 

What's the purpose of a vajacial treatment?

A vajacial treatment is used to treat ingrown hairs, remove dead skin, smooth bumps, help prevent acne, and manage hyperpigmentation to maintain hydrated and healthy skin that makes you feel good.

Vajacial with My Vikini

Can you get similar results to a vajacial treatment at home? You can. Take the time to cleanse, exfoliate, and treat ingrown hairs and hyperpigmentation with the My Vikini Three-Step System.

How does My Vikini work? 

The 3-Step System includes a deep cleansing with My Vikini Salicylic Acid Body Wash which clears the pores of any buildup.

My Vikini Ingrown Hair Solution is applied and absorbed into the skin to treat existing ingrown hairs, followed by the My Vikini Fade Cream to brighten the skin.

All of these products are included in the My Vikini Three-Step System.

If you get the treatment at a spa, they may perform extractions of ingrown hairs with tools or lights, and a hydro jelly mask may be applied based on existing skin conditions. 

Should I Get a Professional Vajacial Treatment?

Whether or not you get a professional vajacial treatment is entirely up to you. Many people schedule a vajacial treatment after their sugaring or waxing treatment as part of their regular self-care or skincare routine. Some say that it helps calm their skin after a Brazilian and makes them more confident about their skin.

Others prefer at-home treatments due to the lower cost or simply personal choice.

Either way, we recommend regularly cleansing and exfoliating your skin for the best results after hair-removal treatments and to have smooth and healthy skin.

Professional Vajacial Treatments

If you are seeking a vajacial treatment by a professional, ensure they are a trained and licenced aesthetician who works in a reputable spa and has previous experience with vulva treatment. The skin of the vulva is more sensitive than other areas of the body and can be prone to infection and inflammation if not treated properly (such as getting chemicals on the inner labia).

How to Find a Reputable Salon

To have the best sugaring experience, you want to see a licensed aesthetician at a reputable salon. So, it’s important to do your research. Here are some things to pay attention to:

  • Read reviews to find out how the salon operates.
  • Ensure they are using safe and sanitary practices, including wearing gloves.
  • Reputable salons will generally require new customers to fill out a questionnaire before the appointment to ensure you’re not taking any contraindicated medications or have anything in your medical history that may cause complications.

If you have any questions, contact us here!

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