How Does Non-Surgical Vaginal Rejuvenation Work?

The vaginal tissue becomes thin and loose as time passes, much like the skin the skin does, but vaginal rejuvenation can restore its health and vitality. There are various types of surgeries that can be used to rejuvenate the vagina, but non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation is now a very effective alternative. But how does non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation work.

Non-Surgical Vaginal Rejuvenation

Non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation involves the use of minimally invasive technologies to remodel the vaginal tissue, and restore tightness to the vagina. The devices used for this purpose typically utilize laser or radio frequency energy to trigger collagen production, which has the effect of making the vagina tighter over time.

Over the last few years, the demand for non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation has been growing steadily, so we are pleased to offer our clients the revolutionary FemiLift.

FemiLift for non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation

FemiLift is a breakthrough vaginal rejuvenation treatment that uses fractional CO2 laser energy to revitalize the vaginal issue. FemiLift can correct vaginal laxity which is a common consequence of childbirth and aging. It also reduces menopause-related vaginal dryness.

It typically requires a series of 3 treatment sessions spaced about 4 weeks apart, to achieve optimal results with FemiLift. Each session takes approximately 15-20 minutes. Most patients notice some improvement within a few days of treatment, but final results take several months.

How does FemiLift work
The single-use hygienic FemiLift laser probe is inserted into the vaginal canal, and emits pulses of pixelated energy. The probe rotates 360º, ensuring that the inner layers of the vaginal wall are treated.

FemiLift stimulates the collagen-producing cells and contributes to the formation of healthy, new tissue. This results in the tightening and thickening of the vaginal walls.

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