Let’s Talk About Feminine Rejuvenation!

Remember those Kegel exercises you did during pregnancy? More likely, you were supposed to do them but probably fell short with your daily regimen. And then years later you had that moment while jumping on the trampoline with the kids, and thought, Oh God, I have to find a bathroom NOW and change my panties…

What to Know About Feminine Rejuvenation

The Easy Solution for Mild Incontinence 

If you were less than diligent doing your “homework” during pregnancy, fear not: this can still be fixed! There is a solution at your cosmetic surgery practice, and it’s called Feminine Rejuvenation (also known as vaginal rejuvenation or female genital rejuvenation). It’s a non-invasive treatment using radio frequency energy to tighten the vaginal wall. Not only does it strengthen the pelvic floor to fix the aforementioned mild incontinence most women experience after childbirth, it also restores tightness and sexual sensation to the vagina.

Votiva, ThermiVA, and Exilis Femme are all excellent treatment methods for vaginal rejuvenation. They are non-invasive, meaning they don’t require anesthesia, sutures, or a recovery period. Most women experience the treatment itself as pleasant and soothing. 

How Does Vaginal Rejuvenation Work?

A vaginal rejuvenation treatment is applied to the vagina using a thin wand under controlled heat, meaning there is no risk of burning. The radio frequency shrinks the underlying tissue and stimulates collagen production. Each treatment lasts about 30 minutes, and you can resume regular activities immediately afterwards (though depending on the type of treatment there may be a brief waiting period for sexual intercourse and hot tub use).

Most patients experience a difference after just one treatment, but 2 more repeat treatments within the next 12 months are recommended to achieve the full effect. At NuBody Concepts, we offer feminine rejuvenation in a three-treatment package for $2,700. Ask about single-treatment pricing if you only need a touch-up of a previous treatment. Medical financing plans can be applied.

What Patients Say About Vaginal Rejuvenation

Don’t just take it from us, take it from women who have undergone the procedure. Below, Kelly and Michelle talk about their experience with Votiva – their struggles with incontinence, why they opted for the procedure, how it felt, and what their results are.

Vaginal Rejuvenation patient Kelly about her Votiva procedure with Dr Peters
Vaginal Rejuvenation patient Michelle about her Votiva procedure with Dr Peters

If you suffer from any of the below issues, you too might give vaginal rejuvenation a try:

  • Vaginal laxity after pregnancy, childbirth, or aging
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Low blood flow or sensitivity
  • Weak vaginal muscles or mild incontinence
  • Reduced sexual pleasure or low self-esteem

Alternatives for Vaginal Rejuvenation

Non-invasive RF treatments are not the only way to tighten your vaginal wall to improve sexual pleasure and address mild incontinence. Labiaplasty is a surgical procedure that reduces the size of the vaginal lips, which can cause discomfort during intercourse for some women after childbirth. A Vaginoplasty surgically tightens the muscles of the vagina that often stretch and become too loose after childbirth or due to aging. Both these procedures can be performed together. However, all surgeries come with certain risks, and typically require a longer recovery period. 

The most non-invasive alternative, of course, is regularly doing your Kegel exercises! Some women may not know this, but they are effective even after pregnancy and childbirth. Anyone can perform them to strengthen their pelvic floor.

But if you want the easy alternative that doesn’t require surgery but can make a big, near-instant difference, then feminine rejuvenation with Votiva, ThermiVA, or Exilis Femme is for you. 

Contact us to learn more or to schedule your appointment.

Each patient is unique. What your treatment will look like is determined by you and the plastic surgeon who you will meet with in a personal consultation.