A Vajacial Mask? What in the Gwyneth goop is that?! No, that was rhetorical, don't explain it to me. The name says it all. And, hey, what's wrong with a lady giving herself a little soothing and hydrating spa treatment in the crotchal region? Would this not benefit both her, and anyone else involved with her crotchal region?
Vajacial Mask maker Bushbalm touts their vagina self-care treatment specifically as a great way "to get back in the game after getting rid of unwanted hair." Which is a super duper weird way to put it, but they mean the aloe vera, green tea, and hyaluronic acid in the mask can help reduce the dark spots, discoloration, razor burns, and ingrown hairs that may turn up after you wax or shave your bikini line area.
To use the Vajacial Mask, slap it on your clean, dry genitals, and kick back and relax for 10 to 20 minutes. Then remove and discard the mask, rub in any rejuvenation serum it's left behind, and - again, a super duper weird way to put it from Bushbalm - "live your best life."
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