Full steam ahead…An ancient Chinese treatment that has gained popularity in recent years for its revitalizing feeling has been taken to new levels at VSPOT. The V-STEAM is a relaxing, detoxifying, spa treatment for your nether regions. It may also increase your libido while decreasing menstrual cramps.
At VSPOT, we understand that all women have different needs. VSPOT’s knowledgeable team of expert gynecologists and pelvic floor specialists provide a complete assessment of your sexual health to create a customized treatment plan using only the best and advanced vaginal tightening technologies:
The vagina is an extremely intimate area that withstands a lot. From menstruation, sexual intercourse, childbirth, changing hormones, and pelvic floor issues, there are many things that can cause pain and discomfort to the vaginal area.
But! It doesn’t have to be that way!
Vaginal steaming, also known as v-steaming or yoni steaming, is an ancient healing practice that has been used by Mayan, Native American, Asian and other cultures for centuries. It is a natural way to cleanse the uterus, release toxins and old residue.
The V-Steam™ is a relaxing, detoxifying spa treatment for your nether regions which also increases your libido, cleanses and revitalizes the uterus, effectively reducing discomfort associated with menstruation.
How it begins: The client relaxes in a dimly lit room on a comfortable spa bed, as soft steam infused with therapeutic herbs are targeted toward your nether regions. VSPOT’s proprietary formulation of herbs; basil, calendula, mugwort, marshmallow root, wormwood and rose petals is placed in a tube on the steamer which contains purified water. The herbal infused steam dilates the blood vessels to increase blood circulation by providing oxygen to the area, and in turn, relaxes the pelvic floor muscles.
As your V gets steamed, cleaned, and pampered, a technician will expertly massage your abdomen with remedial oil.
To finish the treatment, an LED light is placed over your lady bits. The blue LED has been studied to have antibacterial effects on Pseudomonas Aeruginosa and Staphylococcus Aurius, which are commonly found on the vulva and may cause odor.