Actress Jada Pinkett Smith is enjoying the benefits of vaginal rejuvenation after undergoing the intimate treatment for bladder issues.
The Girls Trip beauty, who is married to Will Smith, shared the personal news in the latest episode of her Red Table Talk Facebook Watch series, in which she and her mother, Adrienne Banfield-Jones, pay a visit to the Vitality Institute of Agoura in Los Angeles to find out more about the non-surgical version of the procedure.
In the clip, the 46-year-old reveals learned all about female rejuvenation from a gal pal.
"One of my girlfriends got it done," Jada said. "She's like, 'I promise you, you're gonna feel a difference.' She says, 'I know it sounds kooky,' (and) she was right...!"
However, when Jada discovered the treatment can work wonders for incontinence troubles, she decided to give it a go.
Discussing the topic with the centre's owner, Kelly Rainey, the actress shared, "I was telling my mum, I actually had it for my bladder issues, which completely went away after three treatments."
The procedure stimulates the vaginal cells with heat, helping to tighten the muscles in the groin area and restoring the genitals to a more youthful state, and Jada swears by the treatment.
"When I tell you my yoni (the spiritual name for vagina) is like a 16-year-old, I'm not kidding," she smirked. "It looks like a little beautiful peach!"
Jada, a mother-of-two, admits she was initially a little hesitant about undergoing the process, but she is thankful to have experienced the benefits of the treatment.
"Is this a comfortable conversation to always talk about? No, but I think it's super important to be able to sit here and talk about vaginal health, in regards to sex, but also in regards to healthy bodies for ourselves, for our own personal function...," she concluded.
During the episode, titled Yoni Love, Jada also reveals she isn't afraid of a little plastic surgery, either, to help her maintain her youthful looks as she grows older.
"I always love it when we, as women, like to share information with each other, 'cause women don't like to do that all the time, even if it's like, cosmetic stuff," she said.
"'Cause I'mma tell you something, I'm looking for my surgeon...! When the time comes, don't think I'm (not) going under the knife baby, cause I am! I'm looking...! I ain't gon' be shy about it. Get my little black book together of doctors. Think I'm playing? Ain't got not shame on it (sic)!"
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