For a long time, fans have accused songstress Irene Ntale of having bleached herself as she looks way more different than when she first appeared on the scene a decade ago. The singer now looks like she wants to take it a notch higher but fans have cautioned her. Taking to her Twitter page, the singer revealed how she had seen a certain practice on Snapchat known as Vajacial. She therefore decided to ask her female followers what to expect before contemplating it.
“There’s a thing i saw on Snapchat called a vajacial.. ladies have y’all done this before and what should I expect?,” Irene Ntale questioned.
This saw some fans interpret the practice as bad choice. One of her followers told her to leave her sumbie alone and not bother it with inserting foreign agents inside it.. This is because it has it’s own natural ways of cleaning itself.
“Leave your vagina alone. It is self-cleansing and only the vulva needs a daily wash with water. You certainly must not squirt foreign chemicals into it as these are likely to upset its delicate PH balance and cause infection. Your pussy is a miracle of God’s creation.”
The ‘He Go Down’ singer then said that she knows about all the self cleaning mechanisms of her sumbie. However, the practice she saw on Snapchat only applies on tje outside where the pubic hairs grow. “Dear I know all this and thanks but this is for the outside apparently where the hair grows.”
According to Beautiologystudioandspa.com, 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.
Another blog known as cosmopolitan.com writes that “Like its sister, the facial, it’s more of a luxury treatment than necessity. In fact, let’s be super clear about this: you don’t need a vajacial at all. If you want to get one, either for the novelty or pampering aspect of it, do you! But please, do not feel pressured into thinking you need a vajacial to beautify your vulva — you absolutely do not.”