Khloe Kardashian: Under Fire for Controversial Vagina Treatments?!
Sometimes it seems like Khloe Kardashian just can’t catch a break.
Sure, she’s got more money than she knows what to do with, she has a big, loving family, she has her pick of basically any professional athlete she could possibly want.
But with all of those pros, there are a good few cons: her marriage to Lamar Odom failed, she had to watch him nearly die, and they were never able to have children together, despite trying.
And on top of all that, Khloe may be ruining her vagina.
Earlier this month, Khloe took to her app to share a list of items and activities she uses to keep things in tip-top shape down there.
There were several hygiene products on the list — a special vagina soap, wipes for on-the-go cleaning, lotions and creams.
She also suggested her followers use some little Ben Wa balls, which, as she described, is “like Pilates for your cha-cha!”, and some fancy $ 200 device to check out the progress of her Kegel exercises.
But she also advertised a “vajacial” — a sort of facial for your nether regions.
And that’s where she goes wrong.
Khloe gets her vajacials from some wax bar in L.A., and essentially she pays someone $ 75 for “exfoliation, toning, and a ‘face’ mask.”
The treatment is also meant to remove any ingrown hairs and clear up pores.
But as Dr. Amir Marashi, a gynecologist known in some circles as the Vagina Whisperer, tells Radar Online, the procedure definitely isn’t recommended.
He does admit that “I like the fact that all celebrities are talking about vagina because we’ve been ignoring vaginas for a long time.”
“I’m really happy celebs are talking — it makes it more comfortable for other people to start talking about it.”
But still, he says “I prefer people to get their health care tips from doctors or health care professionals.”
He also points out that since Khloe is so famous, someone giving her vagina a facial would likely be way more careful than they would with anyone else.
“Patients come to me after this treatment,” he says. “It can very easily be harmed.”
The issue, Dr. Marashi explains, is that when getting this vajacial nonsense, the salon worker will often extend the treatment to the inside, into the actual vagina.
And you don’t want someone who isn’t a medical professional digging around in there with tools.
So hey, how crazy is it that a doctor had to take the time to make a statement about how dumb a Kardashian is?
What a world. And you know we don’t mean that in a good way.