Pinkett Smith, 46, and her mother, Adrienne Banfield-Jones, visited the Vitality Institute of Agoura in Los Angeles to introduce “Red Table Talk” viewers to the touchy topic.
“Cause I was telling my mom, I actually had it for my bladder issues,” the mother of two shared. “Which completely went away after three treatments.
“When I tell you my yoni is like a 16-year-old, I’m not kidding, “It looks like a little beautiful peach.”
“It makes you feel younger again and it gets tighter and nicer and function when we were back in our 20s.”
During the procedure, an instrument called the “UltraFemme 360″ is repeatedly inserted into the νagina. “It introduces heat which stimulates cellular turnover which makes you feel younger again, And it gets tighter and nicer and functions like it did when we were back in our twenties,” Rainey told the mother and daughter of the radiofrequency process.