Reflections Health & Medspa


This luxury treatment, which is a portmanteau of the words ‘vagina’ and ‘facial’, is actually more like a facial for your vulva and mons pubis. It helps to get rid of ingrown hairs along the bikini line and vulva as well as soothe irritated skin. For those of you new to the concept, this treatment is also called “Peach Smoothie” and does not actually deal with the inter vagina.

Common Questions:

What is done during a Vajacial?

A vajacial is typically a 50 minute treatment, which includes a cleanse, mild enzyme exfoliant, extractions of ingrown hairs, followed by a custom mask, completed with a skin brightening serum or spot treatment. A light chemical peel can also be done in this area.

Does Vajacial hurt?

Vajacials are safe in the hands of a trained esthetician who is comfortable and experienced in working in this sensitive area. Vajacials being performed by inexperienced or poorly trained estheticians could result in infection, disfigurement, and pain among other unnecessary side effects.

How often should you get a Vajacial?

Just as a facial keeps the skin on your face clear and healthy, a vajacial works to care for and improve the skin on your vulva. Because of this, we recommend you get a vajacial at least once a month or once every 15 days for continued results.

Health Contraindications

– Cancer
– Diabetes
– Psoriasis
– Lupus
– Allergies
– High/Low Blood Pressure
– Eczema

Vajacial Aftercare

– Wait 48 hours before applying moisturizer
– Avoid sun exposure for 24 hours
– Not hot shower/sauna after this treatment
– Avoid heavy exercises after the treatment
– Avoid exfoliating products for at least 72 hours
– Use natural or organic soap/body wash
– Avoid swimming for 24 hours

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