Forget the Vajazzle: ‘The Vajacial’ is the Bridal Beauty Treatment Du Jour
06 Aug 2015
Will ‘the vajacial’ be the latest craze to hit the bridal beauty market? Get plucked, cleansed, moisturised and covered in a mask with this new treatment.
A manicure, spray tan, eyelash treatments, teeth whitening and hair styling are the usual fodder of pre-wedding beauty preparations. But there’s a new and unique treatment now available to bride-to-be: ‘the vajacial’.
'The vajacial' creator, Lisa Palmer, appeared on ITV's This Morning with Katie Hopkins.
Following in the footsteps of the vajazzle – the gem-stone treatment that The Only Way is Essex brought to the public – ‘the vajacial’ is the creation 41-year-old Lisa Palmer from Tunbridge Wells in Kent, the treatment was showcased t on ITV’s This Morning earlier this year and has since been taking her brand from strength to strength.
The quest for perfect skin has gone south with this facial for vaginas – an answer to the ingrown hairs and red bumps that can result from a bikini wax. ‘The vajacial’ is design to soothe and beautify the nether region.
“The vaginas of Britain need some natural remedial help to achieve a youthful vagina by using my DIY vagi-facial recipe once a week,” says Lisa. “Women are pressurised to have a youthful face at all ages yet we forget about the appearance of our vaginas.”
Using a natural formula of 20 minutes of steam, followed by coconut oil, Vitamin E cream, honey and egg white, Lisa says that “over period of time and it has worked for me, it genuinely makes a difference.”
So the question is… will you be adding ‘the vajacial’ to your wedding beauty preparations list?