In 2013 to 2014 there has been a sharp rise of ‘designer vagina’ surgery. Women have started paying more attention down there because of the current trend for total pubic hair removal and increased access to pornographic images.
From as young as 16-year-old girls, to women above 70 years, more women are choosing to have cosmetic surgery so as to look good in swim wear and yoga pants. According to Dr. Jennifer Walden, spokeswoman and aesthetic plastic surgeon for the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) based Texas is ‘one of the most popular cosmetic procedure in women’.
Labiaplasty – it is an operation performed on ‘lips’ surrounding the vagina known as labia. It is one of the most popularly known cosmetic surgery in women and has proven to be a life-changing to many women.
There two places where Labiaplasty can be performed:
- Labia majora – the larger, external vaginal lips, and
- Labia minora – the inner, smaller vaginal lips.
The procedure can change the shape correcting asymmetry or size making labia smaller.
Vaginoplasty – it is a procedure aims to correct slack vagina, often resulting from aging or childbirth to make it ‘tight’.
ThermiVa – is a non-invasive procedure which tightens vagina by use of radio frequency.
There are several reasons why procedures for feminine issues have sharply risen. Some women are having all their pubic hair removed, Hollywood and Brazilian laser and waxes hair removal. And rise in access to scantily-clad women and pornographic images online. Resulting to women paying attention down there when wearing yoga pants, tight jeans, and swimwear.
It’s a new fashion woman having Brazilian laser and waxes hair removal and going bare, down there, and all over sudden women has started noticing things down there they may have not noticed before.
Enlarged labia can cause severe discomfort when wearing tight clothing as well as during sex, and can impact on a woman’s hygiene.
Due rising in awareness of ‘cosmetic vagina’ surgery women are now aware they have options. Greater discussion of this issue has helped break down taboo and made surgery a viable option. Most women seek children after childbirth on their 20s and 30s.