Experience results in as little as 10 minutes. Our Hydrogel Vajacial Mask will leave you relaxed and hydrated.
The following before and after was done in a waxing salon immediately after a brazilian wax.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Using our Hydrogel Vajacial Mask isn’t very different from using a regular paper sheet mask. Allow the mask to sit for 10-15 minutes. Once removed, pat the residual serum into the skin. We recommend adding one of our soothing pubic hair oils on top. Your skin will be hydrated, dewy, and smooth!
Very! Think fresh out of the fridge cool. This is a result of the water-soluble ingredients we use in our formula that help retain moisture, and provide an instant cooling effect. Pro tip: For an added boost, store your Hydrogel Vajacial Mask in the fridge prior to application. The cold temperature reduce puffiness leaving your skin feeling cool, calm, and collected!
For best results, we recommend using the Hydrogel Vajacial Mask after hair removal. The serum in our mask will help ease the irritation of ingrown hairs and razor burn with its soothing properties, keep follicles hydrated, and keep skin smooth, making hair removal easier when it grows back.
Absolutely! Our products are formulated with sensitive skin in mind, and are safe to use anywhere on the body. Our Hydrogel Vajacial Mask can be used anywhere your skin needs a boost including bikini line, face, neck, and décolleté area. We recommend doing a small patch test first.
Yes. Our Hydrogel Vajacial Mask is safe for external use of your mons pubis, bikini line, and inner thighs. The Hydrogel Vajacial mask is not for internal use.
Our professional esthetician community uses the industry term vajacial to describe a service provided after hair removal. This service includes multiple steps including a hydrogel mask on the mons pubis and bikini line area. Anatomically, vajacials and our Hydrogel Vajacial Mask don’t involve the vagina at all but rather the external pubic area where hair can be removed.