Whether it’s due to childbirth, hormones or simply aging, it’s not uncommon for women to become unhappy with the appearance of the labia. Maybe you’re conscious that things don’t look as good as they once did, or perhaps you’ve noticed a reduction in internal sensation. While your feelings about your vaginal area probably aren’t something you’d like to talk over with just anyone, there are some excellent benefits to discussing non-surgical feminine rejuvenation with your plastic surgeon.
1. Improved Appearance
There’s no doubt that pregnancy can have a significant effect on your body and the labia are no exception. Following pregnancy, labia may appear elongated or show a change in color. Labia can also tear during childbirth. Non-surgical feminine rejuvenation can help improve the aesthetics of your labia, as well as improving contours. Speak to your board-certified plastic surgeon if you feel you may be a suitable candidate. Non-surgical feminine rejuvenation, such as Protégé Intima, may greatly improve the appearance of the external labia as well as tightening the vagina using radiofrequency.
Non-surgical feminine rejuvenation, such as Protégé Intima, may greatly improve the appearance of the external labia as well as tightening the vagina using radiofrequency.
2. No Downtime
As radiofrequency vaginal rejuvenation is non-surgical, there’s no downtime or recovery required. This means that no matter how busy your life is, you could benefit from a solution to those post-pregnancy or aging-related issues. Taking just 2 to 4 treatments of 6 minutes per side, non-surgical feminine rejuvenation could be the answer to decreased sexual sensation, asymmetry, urinary stress incontinence or a feeling of laxity.
3. Pain-Free Enhancement
You’re bound to be familiar with “no pain, no gain,” but that’s not true when it comes to non-surgical feminine rejuvenation. The use of radiofrequency technology means that you will experience no pain while achieving a quite significant gain. If you’re unhappy with your vaginal and labial area and feel you could benefit from the procedure, a consultation with a board-certified plastic surgeon will help to assess your eligibility.