You've (Possibly) Had a Vajazzle, Now Get Ready For A Vagacial!
New procedure touted as a cure for 'dry sagging vaginas'...
Feeling a bit dry and saggy downstairs? Perhaps madam might wish to consider a "vagacial"?
Phillip Schofield and Christine Bleakley were tasked with keeping a straight face as they presented a piece on This Morning today introducing the concept of the "vagina facial" (aka vagacial) to the Great British public.
Aimed at the over-forties, the unusual procedure was invented by relationship expert Lisa Palmer - who says of her clients: "Eighty percent have got dry, sagging vaginas."
We're not even going to think about how she collected the data on that one, but instead let's learn about the ingredients.
The mixture used for the process contains vitamin E cream, coconut oil, honey and an egg white - and it is recommended that the area around the vagina be steamed (gently!) for 15 minutes prior to application.
Although there has been no scientific evaluation for the claims made by Palmer, she promises that it can stimulate blood cells, improve your sex life and helps with PMT.
However Twitter was more interested in the comic potential of the concept than its clinical efficacy.
— Holly Willoughby (@hollywills) January 21, 2015
Dear God above you are not getting that woman's vagina out on national telly are you. I'm having me morning cuppa n a hobnob #Vaginafacials
— Catherine Wallis (@DudessofYork) January 21, 2015
Holly Willoughby, currently on maternity leave from the show, quipped: "Well if todays vagina facial on @itvthismorning isn't reason alone to get your NTA vote... Nothing is!!!! Ha ha!!! X #VaginaFacials"
And viewer Catherine Wallis tweeted: "@itvthismorning Dear God above you are not getting that woman's vagina out on national telly are you? I'm having me morning cuppa n a hobnob"