Many women are unhappy with the appearance of their genitalia and each year around 2,000 will undergo surgical remodelling of the labia (labiaplasty) on the NHS alone.
Overly large or stretched labia may be genetic, develop during puberty, or be caused by the trauma of childbirth. Whatever the cause, dissatisfaction with genital appearance can lead to low self-esteem, lack of confidence and reduced sexual satisfaction.
Until recently, surgical intervention was the only option. But now there is a non-surgical alternative that is producing excellent results with just a few non-invasive treatments.
The Protégé Intima uses a combination of radiofrequency and ultrasound to stimulate collagen and elastin production in a way that tightens skin, thereby reducing the size of the labia.
Radiofrequency has been used as an aesthetic treatment in skin tightening for some time, but the Protégé Intima is the first device to allow it to be used specifically for labia remodelling.
During a simple treatment, lasting less than 15 minutes, Intima is applied to the skin of the labia. The patient feels nothing more than a warming sensation. Around four treatment sessions are recommended to achieve the best results, after which new collagen and elastin will have tightened the skin, improving the appearance of the labia.
Contact us for a free consultation to find out if Protégé Intima can help you.
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