This Visor Apparatus Will Keep Those Delicate Lady Parts Safe
Aug 13, 2013 11:17
Behold the Va j-j visor, a "revolutionary, patent pending, disposable shield designed to help protect a woman's inner vulva area (inner labia, clitoris, and vaginal opening)" while getting your beaver waxed.
The brainchild of VJJ Enterprises, Inc., the visor is designed to be "soft and flexible and will naturally fit to the shape of your body, while your body's natural muscular tension holds it effortlessly in place." The Va j-j visor has actually been around for years but recently resurfaced after Cosmo did a feature on it.
Here's a description on how it's supposed to work:
You take the boat shaped device and place it vertically over your inner vulva area, between your vagina lips aka labia majora. The Va j-j visor effectively covers from your clitoris to the bottom of your bum. Once the visor is properly protecting you, your vaginal muscles should naturally hold it in place. Then, you can shave the sensitive surrounding area, like the top of your labia majora (a spot I never groomed myself—until now).
While shaving, you must keep one hand on the device to make sure it doesn't slip. I found that for the most part, the Va j-j Visor stayed in place...except when I opened my legs real wide. Once you're done, you can toss the product in the trash. With the visor protecting the most intimate part of my vagine, my shaving fears melted away and I have to admit, I've never had a better shave down there in my life.
Sounds like a lot of effort just to get rid of a few pesky pubes.
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