From a billboard in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia (population 1.4 million)
залуужуулах цогц эмчилгээ [Google translate from Mongolian into English: comprehensive rejuvenation treatment]
(I think it is talking about creams - I might be wrong and it's talking about surgery, but the following is definitely talking about creams)
'Feel tight and wanted again!' The disturbing 'vaginal shrinking' creams that promise to make you feel like a virgin again from the Daily Mail gives more information on vaginal tightening creams. It says that there are several of them, and that some people say they work, and some people say they don't work
'Recapture your vagina's youth so you can feel tight and wanted again' - the slogan accompanying one of several creams currently on the market which claim to 'shrink' and 'tighten' your lady bits.
18 Again, with its acid pink branding, isn't the only cream in its category. None of them appear to be FDA approved, but this is not a legal requirement for companies selling such products.
Tellingly, the product reviews on Amazon are extremely polarized, as with all of the other similar creams; with ratings of either five stars or one. 'You do become tight and stay tight. Worth the money,' one review reads. 'I tried it and not only did it not work whatsoever, but it also caused me to get a bladder infection and a yeast infection,' reads another.
Some pages talk about whether tightening creams work or not, but they don't seem that reliable. For example Do Vagina Tightening Creams Really Work? and Here Are the Real and Ridiculous Reviews for Vaginal Shrinking Cream. One product's site has a page titled Clinical Trials, which talks about a "Prospective, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo controlled Pilot Trial of the efficacy and safety of PK24® for women with vaginal wall relaxation", but the page doesn't indicate how the control group fared.
Can you tighten your vagina with one of these creams?