The Va-j-j Visor: The newest unnecessary product for your vagina
When you think of a visor, normally you picture an accessory that is an alternative to a hat. However, have you ever thought of wearing one in your vagina? If you have, then you're in luck because we'd like to introduce you to the Va j-j Visor! The Va j-j Visor is a soft flexible cup made for the woman who feels like she could use a protective hygienic shield down there when shaving, tanning, and other maintenance routines.
I guess that makes some sort of sense?
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You must be wondering how in the world this contraption works and by the sounds of it, I don't want it near my privates. The site says the shield is designed to fit the inner vulva area and it stays put with your body's natural muscular tension. This disposable hygienic tool was created to protect your privates during bikini waxes, tanning, while shaving, to try on swimwear, underwear and so forth.
According to the website, the shield is doctor recommended and is also hypoallergenic. I mean, it must work if it's been showcased on The Doctors, right? My favorite part is where the site lists the number of things that put our vajayjays in danger every day. Who would have thought the average woman puts "hair melting" creams down there so often? I'll keep that in mind for future reference.
The page also has a testimonials section with women raving about how great their lady parts look thanks to the Va j-j Visor. You also have your choice of three different colors which you can use depending on your mood that day. If you're really interested in trying out the Va j-j Visor then you can purchase it at Drugstore.com where it goes highly recommended, as per the site.
I don't know if I'm fully convinced about using one of these shields. It sounds like it would be more in the way than helpful when taking care of one of the grooming tasks. What ever happened to doing it the old-fashioned way? You know, with hands? I guess if you're interested in giving it a shot, it couldn't hurt. Just remember to throw it out afterwards!
Image via Vaj-jVisor.com