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Six Weird Things Celebrities Have Told Us To Do To Our Vaginas

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1. Give it some Vitamin D.

Shailene Woodley — aka the Quinoa Queen herself — advised anyone with a vagina to get out there and spread-eagle to the sun while talking to Into the Gloss in 2014:"Another thing I like to do is give my vagina a little vitamin D. I was reading an article written by an herbalist I studied about yeast infections and other genital issues. She said there’s nothing better than vitamin D. If you’re feeling depleted, go in the sun for an hour and see how much energy you get. Or, if you live in a place that has heavy winters, when the sun finally comes out, spread your legs and get some sunshine."
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Shailene Woodley — aka the Quinoa Queen herself — advised anyone with a vagina to get out there and spread-eagle to the sun while talking to Into the Gloss in 2014:

"Another thing I like to do is give my vagina a little vitamin D. I was reading an article written by an herbalist I studied about yeast infections and other genital issues. She said there’s nothing better than vitamin D. If you’re feeling depleted, go in the sun for an hour and see how much energy you get. Or, if you live in a place that has heavy winters, when the sun finally comes out, spread your legs and get some sunshine."

2. To "grab a mirror and play along."

On an episode of Chelsea Lately in which Cameron Diaz appeared to promote her aptly titled writing debut The Body Book, Handler and Diaz pretended to be "looking" for a vagina on a diagram:Cameron Diaz: "I say grab a mirror and play along. Get in there. Learn about it. You're supposed to treat it like the beautiful flower that is, the delicate flower that it is. And you're supposed to nurture it in all the ways that it needs nurturing."Chelsea Handler: "So in essence we should be watering it."Cameron Diaz: "Yes, watering it. Fertilizing it. It needs nourishment. It's hungry."
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On an episode of Chelsea Lately in which Cameron Diaz appeared to promote her aptly titled writing debut The Body Book, Handler and Diaz pretended to be "looking" for a vagina on a diagram:


Cameron Diaz: "I say grab a mirror and play along. Get in there. Learn about it. You're supposed to treat it like the beautiful flower that is, the delicate flower that it is. And you're supposed to nurture it in all the ways that it needs nurturing."

Chelsea Handler: "So in essence we should be watering it."

Cameron Diaz: "Yes, watering it. Fertilizing it. It needs nourishment. It's hungry."

3. Bedazzle it.

In early 2010 Jennifer Love Hewitt revealed the following to George Lopez on his short-lived talk show Lopez Tonight:“After a breakup, a friend of mine Swarovski-crystalled my precious lady. It shined like a disco ball so I have a whole chapter in there on how women should vajazzle their vajayjays.”
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In early 2010 Jennifer Love Hewitt revealed the following to George Lopez on his short-lived talk show Lopez Tonight:

“After a breakup, a friend of mine Swarovski-crystalled my precious lady. It shined like a disco ball so I have a whole chapter in there on how women should vajazzle their vajayjays.”

4. Never, ever lie to it.

In 2012 Olivia Wilde got real at an evening of monologues at Joe's Pub in New York City. In it, she spoke about the end of her first marriage...and what that felt like inside:“I felt like my vagina died. Turned off. Lights out. And you can lie to your relatives at Christmas dinner and tell them everything on the home front is just peachy. But you cannot lie to your vagina.”
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In 2012 Olivia Wilde got real at an evening of monologues at Joe's Pub in New York City. In it, she spoke about the end of her first marriage...and what that felt like inside:

“I felt like my vagina died. Turned off. Lights out. And you can lie to your relatives at Christmas dinner and tell them everything on the home front is just peachy. But you cannot lie to your vagina.”

5. Give it some vitamin E.

Pulled straight from Khloé Kardashian's app this morning:"USE VITAMIN E DOWN THERE.No joke: Vitamin E may strengthen vaginal lining!!! Moisturize your labia and vagina with Vitamin E oil to combat dryness and soothe irritation."
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Pulled straight from Khloé Kardashian's app this morning:

"USE VITAMIN E DOWN THERE.
No joke: Vitamin E may strengthen vaginal lining!!! Moisturize your labia and vagina with Vitamin E oil to combat dryness and soothe irritation."

6. Go steaming.

Last year Gwyenth Paltrow shared a very personal tale of getting her vagina steamed at a Los Angeles spa. She advised:"You sit on what is essentially a mini-throne, and a combination of infared and mugwort steam cleanses your uterus, et al. It is an energetic release – not just a steam douche – that balances female hormone levels. If you're in L.A., you have to do it." Her entry has since vanished from Goop's website but she still stands by her claim. Last week she told Vulture:"The first time I tried v-steaming, I was like, This is insane. My friend Ben brought me and I was like, “You are out of your fucking mind. What is this?” But then by the end of it I was like, “This is so great.” Then I start to do research, and it’s been in Korean medicine for thousands of years and there are real healing properties. If I find benefit to it and it’s getting a lot of page views, it’s a win-win [Smiles]."Most doctors would likely advise against this practice — but that didn't stop two BuzzFeed editors from trying the process out on their butts.Have you ever tried any of these methods? Let us know in the comments!
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Last year Gwyenth Paltrow shared a very personal tale of getting her vagina steamed at a Los Angeles spa. She advised:

"You sit on what is essentially a mini-throne, and a combination of infared and mugwort steam cleanses your uterus, et al. It is an energetic release – not just a steam douche – that balances female hormone levels. If you're in L.A., you have to do it."

Her entry has since vanished from Goop's website but she still stands by her claim. Last week she told Vulture:

"The first time I tried v-steaming, I was like, This is insane. My friend Ben brought me and I was like, “You are out of your fucking mind. What is this?” But then by the end of it I was like, “This is so great.” Then I start to do research, and it’s been in Korean medicine for thousands of years and there are real healing properties. If I find benefit to it and it’s getting a lot of page views, it’s a win-win [Smiles]."

Most doctors would likely advise against this practice — but that didn't stop two BuzzFeed editors from trying the process out on their butts.

Have you ever tried any of these methods? Let us know in the comments!

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