It's pretty much a fact that girls love a bit of glitter. Doesn't it just make everything a little bit more magical?

We just want to pretend we're 5-years-old forever TBH.

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However, never did we stop and think, maybe we should put glitter in our vaginas? Nope. That's a new one to me.

But obviously, this has crossed the thoughts of others, as a brand called Pretty Woman Inc is selling Passion Dust Intimacy Capsules.

The capsules are sweet in flavour and filled with glitter. It is advised that they are inserted into the vagina one hour before sex, whilst they dissolve.

Then et voila! You can enjoy a sparkly, flavoured orgasm.

We can't quite believe what we are seeing, but us girls clearly like glitter even more than we thought, because these have completely sold out.

I guess a glittery vagina is the next big thing

The brand says that the product will give you a more 'fun and enjoyable' experience, and provide a 'sweet like candy' flavour.

The FAQ section on their website says: "Its only purpose is to add a sparkle and flavour to your natural vaginal fluids to make the experience of lovemaking that much more fun and enjoyable for you and your partner,

"The flavor is sweet like candy but not overly sweet, just enough to make your lover feel that your Yara (water-lady or little butterfly) is what all vaginas are supposed to look, feel and taste like; soft, sweet and magical!"

Well if that's what they are 'supposed to' be like.

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Of course, it wasn't long before gynaecologist and vagina guru Dr Jen Gunter found out about the capsules, and proceeded to write a piece called Don't glitter bomb your vagina.

She admitted that at the time of writing, there was no ingredients list for the product on their website, so it's hard to say exactly how damaging they are.

But she did say that because glitter is essentially little bits of plastic, there is potential for them to cause damaging bacteria to build, whilst the sugary flavour could encourage bacteria to thrive.

Doesn't sound so glam now really does it?

Dr Jen Gunter continued to inform us about the possible risks of using the vaginal suppositories, mentioning 'vaginal sunburn' and 'increased risk of STIs'.

She queried: "Could the vehicle be an irritant and cause a vaginal contact dermatitis? Yes and ouch. Think vaginal sunburn!

Whilst saying: "Is it possible the goo might damage the good vaginal bacteria leading to infections as well as in increased risk of STIs? You bet. Given how tacky it looks it is unlikely an intimate lubricant (or a safe one anyway).

She added: "What impact will this have on vaginal pH? Unknown."

We aren't so sure a glittery vagina is worth it now.

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The brand retaliated by saying: "The fact is nothing should go in there and if it does you have to use your own discretion when deciding what those things will be."

I mean this kind of a strange thing to say, but OK.

Basically, use these at your own risk people!

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Written by Stephanie Shaw


Featured Image Credit: X Factor/Pretty Woman Inc

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