It is estimated that one in three women suffer from stress incontinence, often triggered by sneezing, laughing or exercising; added to this many others experience vaginal dryness and laxity, leading to reduced sensation and even painful sex, as well as uncomfortable itching. This new procedure restores internal and external vaginal health through the activation of natural healing and tightening. It also stimulates the blood supply and secretory gland activity to relieve dryness. It is a totally pain-free treatment and no downtime or post-care is required, and you’ll be able to return to normal daily activities straight away.
Using the latest radiofrequency technology, the procedure forces the body to produce healthy collagen which in turn increases blood flow, rebuilding a stronger foundation for a more youthful feel, appearance, and function of the vagina and labia. This is an intimate treatment that uses a specially designed handpiece internally and is carried out by our highly trained medical professional Dr Julia Sen.
It helps with the following:
Plumping of the labia majora.
Firming and lifting of the labia minora.
Tightening of the vaginal canal.
Decrease in stress continence.
Increase in natural lubrication.
Decrease in itching and burning.
Increased sensation during intercourse.
Dr Julia Sen will discuss your symptoms and the results you’d like to experience to make sure this is the right treatment for you. We strive to make sure you feel as comfortable as possible and a water-based gel is used to ensure there is no discomfort. The device is rotated internally to deliver the correct level of energy to the tissues and the treatment takes about 30 minutes. It is recommended you have three sessions, a month apart, for the best results. You are free to go back to your normal routine immediately and there is no downtime (however you are advised to refrain from intercourse for a couple of days and keep hydrated). You’ll notice a tightening effect very quickly afterwards, with further improvements over the coming weeks.
You can read more about vaginal ageing and how this treatment can help you in our latest blog post – click here to read. For more information please complete the confidential form below.