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Khloe Kardashian has a full beauty routine for her vagina, and people aren't impressed

She recommends vajacials. Yes, they are exactly what they sound like.


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LIKE THE REST of her sisters, Khloe Kardashian has a website and app called Khloé XO on which she shares features and articles like The Athleisure Makeup Trend You Need To Try, Lunge Your Way To A Toned Butt and How To Instantly Change Your Body.

We’re sensing a theme here.

Last week, Khloé shared a piece entitled 8 Ways To Keep Your Lady Parts Happy and included eight products she reportedly uses to keep her vagina “feeling fresh and looking $”.

Looking $. 

The eight products she recommends?

  • Glass Ben Wa Balls – “Like Pilates for your cha cha!”
  • A gel lotion to “alleviate shaving and waxing woes”
  • A feminine wash *shivers*
  • Special capsules that promote vaginal and urinary health
  • Vagina moisturiser
  • A ‘vajacial’. (Yes, that’s a vagina for your facial.)
  • Cleansing wipes for down there. *shivers*
  • A fitbit for your vagina

Vagina vitamins? Vagina cream? Vagina face masks? We don’t know about you, but this all seems very excessive to us. What happened to leaving your vagina to its own devices and allowing it to clean itself? Like a house cat, if you will.

Khloé’s vagina beauty routine has sounded alarm bells with many gynaecologists speaking out against using so-called feminine care products.

As Jen Gunter, an  obstetrician/gynecologist, told Health:

Your vulva and vagina are a self-cleaning oven, and perpetuating this idea of additional cleaning is harmful and frankly the opposite of empowering.

kk Source: Allison Mairs/Twitter

Celebrities have a long track record when it comes to encouraging women to mess around with their vaginas.

Gwyneth Paltrow recently advised women to insert jade eggs into their vaginas to “increase chi, orgasms, vaginal muscle tone, hormonal balance, and feminine energy in general”.

The Hills alum Lo Bosworth released a feminine care line that was immediately dismissed as harmful quackery. And Khloé urged women to moisturise their labia and vagina with Vitamin E oil.

The main takeaway from all this? Don’t rely on celebrities with lifestyle apps for advice on how to take care of your vagina. Chances are she’s doing just fine.

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Amy O'Connor

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