VSPOT ? What’s that ?

That’s what I thought when I first came across it.

The first time I heard of this kind of service was when I was listening to a podcast (Fat Mascara, episode 146, the V word)…If you’re interested).

In celebration of international women’s day 2019, the host spoke to the founder Cindy Barshop, founder of VSPOT Medispa.

So… What is it?

VSPOT is a company run by women gynecologists specializing in non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation, this includes Kelgal Throne, O-shot, bioidentical hormone therapy, V-lightening and more. VSPOT is based in New York City and founded by the  award-winning entrepreneur Cindy Barshop

VSPOT Medispa is the only, as far as I’m aware, spa dedicated to improving vaginal health. This includes, plumping, tightening, urinary incontinence, dryness and anti-aging treatments to help combat symptoms throughout a women’s life, including symptoms from child birth and menopause.

The idea is to use expert gynecologists with the latest technologies to empower women, help confidence, happiness and improve their sex life (if that is what they want).

Visiting the VSPOT website, I found I was met with bold text saying ‘Feeling good isn’t taboo’. Reading this text, I realised that this pretty much sums up what they’re all about.

Typically, when women and any form of cosmetics are mentioned in the same sentence, the question of who she is doing it for arises. Is she doing it for her man? To tighten everything up down there?

Knowing this, Cindy Barshop brought this up as a point of discussion in the podcast.

The answer? A resounding NO. Cindy states that 99% of the women visiting for a consultation are women who are successful, confident, workout, and generally just want to take care if themselves. Cindy goes on to ask ‘how is taking care of your feminine parts any different to any other part of your body?’ She explains that if you had one earlobe significantly longer than the other, it might bother you and you may want to get it corrected. This principle can be applied to your feminine areas, for example, the labia. Notably, it can be uncomfortable having them quite large or uneven. Not just for a women’s sexual life, but even during menstruation, if the labia are in the way, it can make managing femining products challenging.

There were a lot of points of discussion in the podcast, and I really recomend you go have a listen to the episode and or go check out their website (see links below) if you’re even just the teeny but curious. I have never given my feminine areas any particular thought and I find it intriguing that there are specialities such as this out there. Maybe they should open an office in the UK?

Links

  • VSPOT Medispa: https://vspotmedispa.com/
  • VSPOT Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/vspotmedispa
  • FatMascara Instagram:https://instagram.com/fatmascara
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