The ‘Girls Trip’ star, her 20-year-old daughter and mom Adrienne Banfield-Norris had the treatment - which penetrates the vaginal tissues - as they got candid about their private parts on the latest episode of their Facebook Watch series.
“What sensation are you guys getting sitting here?” Jada asked. “Definitely a lot of warmth,” her daughter replied
“This is real queen throne action right here. This is what I love. You know, steaming is an ancient practice that originated in Asia and Africa, and it was originally used to cleanse yourself after you finish menstruating,” she said.
According to Insider, "Vaginal steaming is an ancient practice originating from African, Asian and South American cultures as a way to cleanse the vagina after a person's menstrual cycle or childbirth."
And despite fans of vaginal steaming saying it can relieve period cramps, treat vaginal prolapse, and improve fertility, there's no scientific evidence steaming your vagina can offer these benefits, gynecologists told Insider.
"In fact, vaginal steaming could increase bacterial buildup and lead to yeast infections. At worst, the steam could burn the vagina's delicate skin."
Nonetheless, Jada says she read somewhere that vaginal steams are like an aphrodisiac. "This is lovely. They say there’s lots of health benefits, but for me, I just feel like spending time with your vagina in a way that, like, just to show it appreciation and care,” Jada adds.
“And to connect,” her daughter agreed. Jada has been open about her vaginal health and previously claimed her womanhood is 30 years younger than she is. The mother-of-two revealed that after suffering from “bladder issues”, she underwent a “vaginal rejuvenation” treatment. Although the procedure cleared up her condition almost immediately, she kept up with her appointments.
“When I tell you my yoni is like a 16-year-old, I’m not kidding. It looks like a little beautiful peach,” she said, speaking alongside her mother at the Vitality Institute of Agoura in Los Angeles three years ago.