Do you feel like your vagina is too stretched out?
Does your labia look and feel too long? Do you feel a like you’ve lost sensation from intercourse with your partner?
Then you probably have vaginal laxity! About 50% of women experience vaginal laxity (loose vagina muscles) after childbirth, and only a staggering 20% of these women discuss this issue with their doctors!
We know how terribly embarrassing a loose vagina is, especially when it affects your partner as well. That’s why this revolutionary lunchtime procedure to correct vaginal laxity is going to change your life!
Discover the 15-min vagina tightening procedure that doesn’t involve surgery
You’re at risk of developing vaginal laxity if you…
Birthing a large baby could have caused injury to your vaginal muscles or instruments used during delivery could have caused the vaginal laxity.
During menopause, the loss of estrogen causes your vaginal muscles to become looser. This condition is more prominent, especially if you’ve previously given birth.
You don’t have to have given birth to experience loose vaginal muscles. Collagen metabolism is a genetic disorder that causes younger women to experience vaginal laxity, despite not having given birth.
Learn more about our vaginal tightening treatments
Our vaginal tightening treatment effectively tightens your vagina without any surgery, so that you and your partner can be content with the look and feel of your vagina!
The best part – This treatment has no downtime
Why our treatments are ideal for you?
Because our treatments are non-invasive, you don’t experience any downtime. That means you can commence with your daily routine, immediately after your treatment session and can even resume sexual activity one week after the procedure.
The treatment time for this procedure is 15 minutes. You can easily schedule it during your lunch hour and be back in the office without any one noticing.
You shouldn’t be subjected to feeling embarrassed when you have your treatment. That’s why only female doctors perform this procedure to correct your vaginal laxity.
Childbirth and menopause are two of the biggest reasons why you may be experiencing loose vaginal muscles. Other contributing factors include, trauma to the vagina and genetic disorders like collagen metabolism.
• Many women experience a loss of sensation during sexual intercourse with their partners, because of their vaginal laxity issues, which can be displeasing for both themselves and their partners. Some women also experience urinary incontinence due to their loose vaginal muscles. The vaginal tightening treatment helps with correcting these problems.
Kegel exercises involve the squeezing of your inner pelvic muscles, an exercise meant to tighten your vagina.
However, Kegel exercises cannot repair vaginal muscles that have been stretched due to childbirth or have become loose and dry due to menopause.
Because the treatment for vaginal laxity is non-surgical, you don’t experience any discomfort during the procedure.