Feminine rejuvenation treatments are generally aimed at addressing both aesthetic and functional concerns that women have following events like childbirth and the menopause, or simply indications that present with age. Like the rest of the skin in the body, the intimate areas are affected by natural loss of collagen and elastin, which leads to weakened tissue. This weakened tissue can be the root of indications like diminished sensation in the area, orgasmic dysfunction, urinary stress incontinence, and aesthetic concerns.
ThermiVa is a revolutionary feminine rejuvenation device created by the company Thermi, which specialises in skin tightening treatments across the body. The device itself comprises of a small hand piece, or wand, with an active electrode that delivers controlled radiofrequency energy to encourage collagen remodelling for a tightening effect.
The specially designed wand can be used on both the internal and external areas to achieve tightening and lift of the area with maximum comfort for the patient throughout the procedure.
Feminine Rejuvenation Treatment Information
The advised cycle of treatment is 3 sessions, one month apart. Top up sessions are recommended following this to maintain results, with one maintenance treatment advised per year. Patients who are currently pregnant or breastfeeding are not suitable for feminine rejuvenation treatment, and no treatment can be performed if there is a current infection present in the area.
ThermiVa has no associated downtime, meaning patients can carry on with their daily life immediately following treatment. Treatments start from £2500 per cycle.
ThermiVa is non-invasive and non-ablative, requiring no anaesthesia, and every feminine rejuvenation treatment is delivered to suit your comfort levels. Sessions take an average of 30 minutes and are performed at PHI by our aesthetic nurses, who receive an unparalleled level of training in every treatment to ensure that every patient receives the gold standard in care.
You can book a ThermiVa consultation with a highly trained clinician or find out more information by contacting us on 0207 034 5999, or emailing our nurses directly on firstname.lastname@example.org.