V-STEAM/VAGINAL STEAMING

V-Steam/Vaginal Steaming  30 mins   – Regular $79

V-steam

Vaginal steaming sessions can help to alleviate symptoms of menopause or diminish menstrual cramps.

 

What is Vaginal Steaming (V-Steam™) Treatment?

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 throughout the years for centuries. It is a natural way to cleanse the uterus, release toxins and old residue. The V-Steam™ at VSPOT is a relaxing, soothing, detoxifying spa treatment for your nether regions that increases your libido, effectively reducing discomfort associated with menstruation.

 

 

Benefits of Vaginal Steaming

 While vaginal steaming is typically used during postpartum care, it can help other gynecological issues including polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), endometriosis, menopause, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), cysts, and yeast infections. Some of the many benefits of this treatment include:

 

 

• Increases circulation to vaginal tissues and pelvic floor

• Helps clear congested blood to improve menstrual flow and regulate periods

• Decreases uncomfortable period cramping

• Increases cervical fluid

• Relaxes the vaginal canal and cervix

  

 When Should I Schedule My V-Steam™ Spa Appointment?

 

It’s important to note that you should not schedule a vaginal steaming appointment while you are on your menstrual cycle, suffering from an acute infection, or during the presence of vaginal sores or blisters. For women who suffered from dilation and curettage (D&C) or miscarriage, we recommend waiting three weeks to ensure there is no infection. If you have recently given birth via vaginal delivery, we recommend waiting 6 to 8 weeks after the bleeding stops, again to ensure there is no infection.

 

If you are steaming for preventative care, it is best to steam one week before the first day of your period or one week after.