Aside from the advantages of FemiLift, such as elastin regeneration and vaginal rejuvenation, do you know when you should actually have this procedure? Over time, your body undergoes a lot of changes, be it pregnancy, weight fluctuations or hormonal changes. For example; your age does not always prove the biggest factor when it comes to vaginal problems, as women of all ages can develop issues.
However, the truth is that some of these problems are more common at specific times of your life, be it vaginal dryness or incontinence, which is commonly reported by women over fifty. So, when will you most benefit from having a FemiLift?
If You Just Had a Baby
Childbirth can cause some changes in the anatomy and health of your vagina, including laxity. This is a major concern for new mothers, who worry their vaginal walls will never tighten again. The FemiLift can help with this.
This non-invasive treatment stimulates the production of collagen and elastin. This results in a long-term tightening effect and helps women to feel tighter and more rejuvenated. After giving birth, it is recommended that you wait at least 3 months before having a FemiLift treatment, in order to ensure that any scars or tears have had the chance to heal naturally.
If You Suffer from Reduced Tightness
This lack of tightness is not just caused by childbirth. As women age, collagen and elastin breaks down and this results in weakness of the vaginal walls. Vaginal rejuvenation can help you to tighten the vaginal walls via a laser that delivers energy deep into the tissues and promotes the formation of new collagen and elastin, which strengthens and thickens the walls. This means that there is an improvement in vaginal tightness.
If You Lack Lubrication
Vaginal dryness can affect women at any age. Approximately 17% of women ranging from 18 to 50 years old suffer from this condition, even before they undergo menopause. This figure rises to around 58% in middle-aged women who have been through menopause, as the lack of oestrogen production causes the skin and tissues of your vagina and vulva to become thinner and less elastic, leading to dryness.
Treating with the FemiLift increases collagen and elastin levels and as a result natural lubrication increases as well.
Dealing with this issue through the FemiLift will offer you many benefits, from an increase in self-confidence to the renewal of your sex life, as this treatment can improve vaginal sensation as well.
If You Suffer from Stress Urinary Incontinence
Incontinence affects approximately 3 million of women in the UK, so you are definitely not alone when it comes to this issue. Over 50% of this figure is attributed to stress urinary incontinence, which is the most common type and means that you are likely to leak when there is pressure on the bladder, be it from coughing, sneezing, or exercising, for instance.
You can develop stress urinary incontinence after childbirth, during menopause, after having pelvic surgery, after gaining weight suddenly, and if the muscles in your bladder weaken over time.
What the FemiLift can do for you is to trigger the production of collagen which will stimulate the production of collagen and elastin and hence tighten your vaginal wall which in turn will give you increased control over your bladder again.
If You Don’t Want Surgery
And, of course, the FemiLift is ideal for women who would prefer not to go under the knife. At Health & Aesthetics, we understand that surgery is a big step that requires a big commitment as well – and means a long period of recovery. For this reason, we offer a treatment that will provide you with the same benefits without the need for anaesthesia or downtime.
A lot of women around the world are concerned about vaginal laxity in one form or another, be it as a result of the ageing process or due to childbirth. The FemiLift can deal with this issue at different points in your life and offer life-changing vaginal rejuvenation that will make you feel more comfortable and confident in yourself.
If you’re unsure about whether this procedure is for you, just get in touch with our professional team on 01252 933133 and we’ll be more than happy to answer your questions and book your treatment.