Non-Surgical Vaginal Rejuvenation | CO2RE INTIMA VAGINA LASER | NEWPORT NEWS
Vaginal rejuvenation using the CO2RE Intima laser is a non-surgical, non-hormonal option for restoring feminine health and well-being. Also known as the “vagina laser,” Intima rejuvenates the vagina, labia, and the opening to the vaginal canal, by stimulating the production of collagen. By restoring this vital structural protein, laser vaginal rejuvenation improves many symptoms women suffer from due to aging, hormonal changes, or giving birth.
Treatments are FDA cleared and scientifically proven to be safe and effective. Better yet, vaginal rejuvenation using the CO2RE Intima laser is painless and requires no downtime. This provides women with a great non-surgical alternative to a vaginoplasty or labiaplasty as well as a hormone-free solution for female rejuvenation and sexual well-being.
Reclaim your confidence and restore your feminine health. Find out if non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation is right for you. Schedule a complimentary consultation with Numa Spa today. Numa Spa is a leading skin and laser spa in Newport News, NJ and specializes in non-invasive treatments that rejuvenate sexual health and well-being. Contact Numa Spa online or call (757) 223 5800.
Benefits Of Vaginal Laser Treatments
- A non-surgical alternative to a vaginoplasty or labiaplasty
- Quick, 15-minute treatments
- Virtually painless
- FDA cleared + scientifically proven
- Non-surgical and non-hormonal
- Stimulates the production of collagen
- Enhanced sexual functioning
- Restored confidence
The Impacts Of Age And Childbirth On Women’s Intimate Health
Giving birth and aging cause significant changes to feminine health. Many of the associated symptoms result due to structural changes in vaginal tone and tissue. This can occur when vaginal deliveries stretch out the collagen fibers in the vagina, resulting in skin laxity and a loss of tone. Loss of vaginal tone also occurs as collagen productions slow down, as women get older.
While many women feel insecure about the aesthetic changes that these changes can cause, loss of vaginal tone is not just a cosmetic issue. It also affects functionality and sexual performance. For example, stretched out fibers contribute to stress incontinence—when women involuntarily urinate when sneezing or coughing.
Changes to vaginal health also occur with age or hormonal imbalance caused by cancer therapy or menopause. Lowered estrogen levels reduce vaginal lubrication, causing discomfort, dryness, and painful intercourse.
How Does The Intima Vagina Laser Work?
The Intima vagina laser restores and rejuvenates both internally (vaginal tissue) and externally (the labia) using precisely controlled laser energy. When inserted internally into the vaginal canal, thermal energy penetrates the tissue in a 360-degree motion. This heats the tissue, triggering a healing response. The body responds by producing more collagen, remodeling, and reshaping the tissue so it is tighter, stronger, and more flexible. Increased collagen also rejuvenates the secretory glands, improving moisture levels and lubrication.
When Intima is employed externally, the thermal energy from the vagina laser stimulates collagen production in the vulvar and labial tissue. This causes loose fibers to tighten, restoring shape and flexibility.
The laser also resurfaces the skin, reducing dyschromia and irregular pigmentation, improving skin tone and texture.
What Symptoms Can Vaginal Rejuvenation Improve?
Women of all ages opt for the non-surgical, non-hormonal Intima treatment to restore their feminine health. The vagina laser can do the following:
- Decrease dyschromia (irregular skin pigmentation)
- Reduce dryness and itching
- Restore vaginal tone
- Reshape and remodel the vaginal canal
- Reduce pain or discomfort during sex
- Tighten vaginal laxity
- Stop stress incontinence
- Restore stretched out labia
- Enhance sexual function
- Improve cosmetic appearance
- Relive certain symptoms of menopause, aging or irregular hormone levels
- Improve the aftereffect of child-birth
How Much Does Vaginal Rejuvenation Cost?
Vaginal rejuvenation cost depends on the individual elements of your customized treatment plan. The price of non-invasive vaginal treatments are influenced by the specific treatment area, the concern being treated and the number of treatments necessary to achieve the desired results. During your complimentary consultation from Numa Spa, we will discuss your areas of concerns and aesthetic goals. If vagina laser treatments are right for you, we will customize a treatment plan that matches your needs and your budget.
Vagina Laser Treatment Results
Many patients begin to see improvements after their first or second treatment. However, individual experiences may vary and the majority of patients opt for a series of three treatments spaced 4 weeks apart to achieve optimal outcomes.*
Why Choose Numa Spa?
Numa Spa is the leading skin and laser spa in Newport News, NJ. Discerning patients choose Numa Spa for all their non-invasive laser treatments because they appreciate the skill and experience of their practitioner and the unwavering commitment to provide the highest standard of care.
Non-surgical Vaginal Rejuvenation Near Me | Newport News
Don’t let the results of childbirth or aging steal your confidence as a woman. Restore your feminine health and wellness without surgery, hormones, or downtime with the Intima vagina laser. Learn more by scheduling a complimentary consultation with Numa Spa today. Contact Numa Spa online by filling out the form below or calling (757) 223 5800 today.
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³ “Effect of Capacitive Radiofrequency on the Fibrosis of Patients with Cellulite.” Dermatology Research and Practice. 2013.