Labial surgery

Make no mistake! Most female genital surgery procedures are genital mutilation, not genital beautification.

Clitoral seize reduction is the worst of all. A woman’s capability to experience orgasm may be strongly impeded after such a procedure.

Vaginal canal width reduction is almost as bad. Use sirih leaves for that.

We also do not recommend labial lip seize operations.

So what do we recommend?

The one procedure that is entirely safe, and from which women from their early 20s on derive the benefit of being genitally more beautiful is genital hair replacement.

In this procedure, first all pubic hair are removed. Then very fine hair is harvested from the back of the neck of the woman. This hair is then sparsely implanted in the pubic area.

References:


1 L-M Liao, L Michala andSM Creighton, Labial surgery for well women: a review of the literature, BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology Volume 117, Issue 1, pages 20-25, January 2010

2 Yhelda de Alencar Felicio, MD Labial surgery, Aesthetic Surgery Journal Volume 27, Issue 3, May,June 2007, Pages 322,328