Vaginal Rejuvenation News
The passage leading to the cervix of the uterus from the vulva is medically referred to as the vagina. However, these days there are lots of phases that mean vagina. Some of these terms however are considered so revolting that certain people cannot bring themselves to say them never mind listen to the words roll off someone’s tongue (C You Next Tuesday). No wonder women get so conscious and anxious about their private areas.
Whatever you call yours; vagina, fanny, minky, fairy, minge, flange, pussy, box, beaver, muff, snatch, crack, genitalia, front bottom, lady parts, pum-pum, love box, or honey pot, they are all different and unfortunately as we ladies get older it changes, and usually not for the better.
Particularly after having a baby or in the perimenopausal stages women can become very anxious about their vaginas especially if they suffer from stress-related incontinence. Some women stop having sex because they feel too embarrassed and conscious about the look and performance of their vaginas.
Luckily, we now live in a time of revolutionary new technology and it’s easy to undergo vaginal rejuvenation without going under the surgeon’s knife. Vaginal rejuvenation is for women who want to increase vaginal tightness, enhance sexual pleasure, combat vaginal dryness, and treat urinary incontinence as well as vaginitis and menopausal skin thinning.
High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU)
One of the leading new technologies for vaginal rejuvenation is High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU). HIFU is a non-invasive, ultrasonic technology that targets the mucous membrane and fibrous layer of the vagina. The ultrasonic waves cause micro-injuries in the deeper tissue layers which stimulate collagen and elastin production resulting in a firmer, tighter vaginal canal. The procedure is clinically proven, safe, and requires no downtime. A 360° rotation wand is inserted into the vaginal canal and pulses of ultrasonic waves penetrate the mucous membrane and fibrous layer of the vagina to stimulate collagen and elastin production.
The treatment takes about 10 minutes, and no anaesthesia, sedation or painkillers are required. The procedure has no downtime and does not carry a risk of infection. Results are noticeable after the first session, but they also improve over the course of a 3-months. The benefits of vaginal rejuvenation include improved vaginal tightness and firmness, reduced stress-related incontinence, an increase in vaginal moisture and sensitivity during sexual activity, elimination of vaginal bacterial infections and a significant increase in confidence.
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