In 2016 vajacials became the latest trend in waxing salons across the United States and Canada. Because of the restrictions of the global pandemic, consumers were looking for ways to do an at-home vajacial routine. Life is a lot busier with a new bundle of joy. As a new mom, you might want to stay in the house and not have time to spare. Kushae is there to help you out, mama! Kushae prides itself in providing feminine care products that help maintain and restore healthy pH balances. We also want to deliver products that help your vulva and vagina stay at their healthiest. With the right products, you can give yourself a vajacial in the comfort of your home.

1. Hot, Steamy Shower

Most estheticians will start with a steamy shower before proceeding with the vajacial process. You might not have the steaming equipment they use for the steam, so a hot, steamy shower will be your option. The shower will help to open your pores for the next step of your vajacial routine. Use the Kushae Gentle Foaming Wash to wash down there and as a shaving cream to shave or trim your pubic hair. You can use our newest drop, the waterproof Kushae 3-N-1 shaving/trimming/cleansing tool that does it all... so you can get it all done quickly and efficiently. With the body/bikini shaver, you can get a closer shave and baby-soft skin – with no nicks, cuts, or bumps! If you do not need to shave, pop on the cleansing brush for deep, gentle clean – and radiant skin.

How to Use the Wash 

  • Start by prepping: Wet the area of your body you will be washing or shaving. Pump onto hands or a washcloth.
  • Note: If your pump is "stuck", run under warm water for 1 minute, shake, and pump! 
  • Wash or shave tips: Apply a generous amount of Gentle 2-N-1 Foaming Wash to your skin. Lather or shave as you normally would. Rinse off and pat dry with a clean towel. Smile because you feel clean and look great.

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2. Exfoliate Bikini Line

Exfoliation is essential in vajacials because you need to remove dead skin cells on your bikini line. To exfoliate, we recommend our Kushae Premiere Exfoliating Scrub, which helps with ingrown hair prevention. Our co-founder, Dr. Barb, developed our scrub with nature’s finest exfoliating ingredient – perfectly shaped Jojoba beads. Your skin recognizes Jojoba oil as its own, leaving your skin naturally moisturized and fresh. Our scrub is safe in your bikini area, on your face, and anywhere you want gorgeous healthy skin.

How to use the scrub 

  • Wet your skin 
  • Apply a generous amount to cover the area 
  • Rub gently to exfoliate the skin
  • Rinse well
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3. Use Hydrogel Mask

This step is the key to the vajacial. Vajacial masks are often made with aloe vera and hyaluronic acid to soothe tension and redness, relieve pain, and brighten the skin. We recommend applying your favorite hydrogel vajacial mask and leaving it for the recommended time on the application description.

4. Apply Silk Body Oil & Soothing Cream

After exfoliating and applying the vajacial mask, your skin might be drier than usual. To hydrate the bikini line, use our Kushae Premiere Silk Body Oil and Kushae Feminine Soothing Cream. Thicker than a lotion… Thinner than butter… Our soothing cream is formulated to tighten pores and prevent ingrown hairs. It provides deep hydration for your skin and provides a daily preventative and self-care routine. Our oil is made with ingredients such as lemon peel oil, antibacterial tea tree oil, aloe oil, and hydrating hemp oil; our fast-absorbing dry oil blend provides hydrating moisture to the bikini area, cuticles, face, legs, arms, and to your “hair down there.” For the oil, simply use the dropper to place a generous amount of oil on the skin, rub in, allow to dry, and dress as usual. Then sit back, relax for as long as you want, and enjoy your day!

This article is for informational purposes only. It is not, nor is it intended to be, a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and should never be relied upon for specific medical advice.