It's estimated that one in three women suffer with stress urinary incontinence so this is potentially life changing.
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It’s the one thing ageing women struggle to talk about: what happens to your vagina as you grow older.
Throughout the ageing process our facial skin loses its vitality as collagen fibres fatigue. We openly discuss anti-ageing creams and lotions to turn back the clock, freely swapping tips and tricks to make us look younger, but even though vaginal tissue is affected by this same ageing process it’s seldom something we talk about. It’s an embarrassing condition, and until now solutions have been scarce.
Alma Lasers’ FemiLift is a breakthrough procedure for vaginal tightening. It offers an innovative, non-invasive solution to structural changes in the vagina and urethra, potentially helping the thousands of women who suffer from unfulfilling sex lives and stress urinary incontinence -- and the demolishing self-confidence and relationships that go with that.
FemiLift is a concentrated, pain-free thermal heating system for the vaginal tissue’s inner layers, inducing collagen and elastin contraction and regeneration to make the vaginal canal smaller. The treatment remodels vaginal tissue over a series of up to five treatments, two to four weeks apart, in less than 30 minutes, and is undertaken by a qualified gynaecologist.
Dr Patrick Bowler, Medical Director at Courthouse Clinics, who are conducting clinical trials on this pioneering treatment, said:
“This technology is a huge breakthrough. We’re talking about total non-surgical stimulation of vaginal tissue to re-establish firm, “young-like” tissue to make the vagina canal swell. It's estimated that one in three women suffer with stress urinary incontinence so this is potentially life changing.
"So many of our patients have expressed interest in this. General consensus seems to be that this is something women have been waiting a long time for.”
The treatment is a welcomed alternative to painful, invasive surgery and ineffective over-the-counter creams, with an excellent safety and patient satisfaction record and a long-lasting successful outcome.
Prices from £1,800
For more information on FemiLift at Courthouse Clinics click here