Vaginal Rejuvenation – Not Just for the Real Housewives!
Real Housewives Vaginal Rejuvenation
Vaginal Rejuvenation is where Botox was 30 years ago. No one talked about it, and everyone wanted to keep it “hush, hush.” The only people we see openly admit to getting this procedure are the ladies on the Real Housewives who have subjected themselves to getting the procedure on camera. Just a few months ago I watched Cynthia Bailey, from Real Housewives of Atlanta; receive the gift of a “new Cynthia” from her fellow cast mate Kenya Moore. This was the gift of NON-SURGICAL vaginal rejuvenation, called FemiLift. FemiLift is a common non-invasive vaginal tightening procedures that uses a laser to help with vaginal looseness, dryness, and incontinence. And she is not the only real housewives vaginal rejuvenation story the franchise has put out.
There was also Sonja Morgan just this past summer, from the Real Housewives of New York, who received the procedure in front of cameras for all to see. She says to help tighten and lubricate her vagina. Also Kelly Dodd, a Real Housewife of Orange County, also decided to get her “snatch tightened,” as she eloquently stated on the hit show allowing all the cameras into her room while it was performed.
Brandi Glanville from the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills also revealed she received a makeover on her private parts in her book, Drinking & Tweeting and Other Brandi Blunders. As opposed to Sonja and Cynthia, Glanville chose to go under the knife and restore her vagina SURGICALLY. Brandi stated she recommends it to her friends and is still happy she went through with the procedure stating on the show The Doctors, “I was also going into the world 40 years old as a single mother, and I wanted to be as secure as possible with everything that I had going on, so I did it and I am very happy with it.”
Why is everyone so hush hush?
Recent statistics from the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) show a 64 percent increase in vaginal rejuvenation surgeries from last year to present. So, if more people are getting it – why is everyone afraid to talk about it? One reason is people still see it as taboo. Just like Botox, cosmetic procedures usually take time before the general public will accept it. This is especially so when it comes to something as private as your private parts. A lot of women still have issues admitting problems with intimacy and urinary incontinence, and it can make them feel shameful and self-conscious. Also our society does not always empower women to embrace their sexuality which can cause many to be more hesitant. Thankfully, we have the women of the Real Housewives vaginal rejuvenation to break down these barriers, and show us that there is nothing wrong with rejuvenating yourself. Here at WellMedica we think it can actually be empowering to take back control of your body, and live as your best self.
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Surgical VS Non-Surgical
There are many differences between surgical and non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation. For starters, the pain level for each is vastly different. When receiving rejuvenation surgically patients go under anesthesia, and tend to experience a lot of pain after treatment. Pain and recovery can last for weeks to months. With the non-invasive options people experience little to no pain and require no anesthetic. Typically surgical only treats the exterior of the vagina, or the labia (labiaplasty). However, laser treatments are able to treat external as well as internal. Therefore, they can treat patients for things like incontinence (a leaky bladder), and vaginal looseness which tends to help women with intimacy. Laser can also treat discoloration of the vagina as opposed to surgical, and requires little to no downtime.
FemiLift VS ThermiVa
There are two leaders when it comes to non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation. FemiLift and ThermiVA. These non-invasive vaginal rejuvenation procedures are different in the type of technology they use to receive similar results. FemiLift uses a fractional type laser. ThermiVa uses radiofrequency technology, which is usually referenced as technology used to tighten skin on the face. Radiofrequency technology is better at tightening skin, as compared to FemiLift. FemiLift is not intended to treat the outer labia, but rather the inner vagina only. ThermiVa treats both making it the ultimate treatment for vaginal rejuvenation. Here at WellMedica we use ThermiVa. With this technology we have witnessed our patients achieving remarkable results with some even stating that it has changed their LIVES. If you have become interested in Real Housewives vaginal rejuvenation you have come to the right place! WellMedica and our Doctor, Dima Ali, has completed thousands of these quick and easy procedures. To learn more click here or call our office (located in the Washington Metro Area) at 703.787.9866.