Vagacula touted as the 'ultimate' vaginal rejuvenation therapy

May 26, 2015 at 9:00 p.m. ET
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Remember when Kim Kardashian made blood facials famous? Well imagine that, but on a whole other level, namely, your most intimate level. That's right, you can actually get a blood facial for your vagina now in the UK.

For a mere £800, you can get doctors to inject the plasma from your own blood into your vagina to bring it back to its youthful exuberance. So if you feel like your vag has been looking a bit strung out and run down lately, this might be just the thing for it. The treatment is called Rejuvula, and it was invented by Dr. Daniel Sister and medical aesthetic nurse Claudia McGloin, and is touted as the "ultimate vagina rejuvenation therapy."

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According to the doctor and nurse inventors, you only need to undergo the Dracula-esque treatment once a year for it to work its magic on your lower region. It's quite a simple procedure — they inject Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) from your own blood into the tissue of your vagina (ow). The process is said to enhance sexual response and can even help women who suffer from urinary incontinence. In case you're still dubious of the benefits of this procedure (as I certainly was), there are already women raving about it.

One woman, who wished to remain anonymous, decided to get it in honor of her second marriage and can't say enough good things about it. After she had kids with her previous husband, she felt like her vagina and subsequent sexual experiences post births had never been quite up to par. However, she told the Daily Mail that the treatment changed everything and started working almost immediately.

"I started to notice some changes in sensations on my way home but the next morning it was heightened and sex was amazing. I have never felt such an intense orgasm before."

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Doesn't sound too bad, right? The treatment can also apparently help women who suffer from pain during intercourse because it improves circulation to the area. This can start to happen if you're going through menopause or have a genetic predisposition.

The best part is it's an out-patient procedure and only takes about 30 minutes to complete. Once you're done, you can go back to your normal routine. Results can be immediate or take a couple weeks to fully develop. However, before you start shelling out hundreds, be aware the treatment is currently only offered in Ireland and London at the developers' clinics. So while it sounds like a great confidence boost, don't book an appointment unless you can also spare a few hundred for a plane ticket.

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