After child birth, hormonal changes & aging all, many women are left with physical changes that can affect their own quality of life and sexual health. Some women experience discomfort related to their labia and find it difficult to wear tight plants, exercise, or enjoy intercourse.

Labia tightening is an effective non-surgical alternative to labiaplasty. Labia tightening can improve both the appearance and symptoms, improving your ability to be more comfortable and confident in the way you look and feel.

Labia Tightening at Rejuvience Med Spa

Benefits of Non-surgical Labia Tightening

Non-surgical labia tightening delivers benefits of labiaplasty without a surgical procedure. Instead of removing excess labial skin, radiofrequency energy is used to gently heat and tightening of the labia majora. With non-surgical labia tightening, women can enjoy a tighter, smaller, and more aesthetically pleasing labia majora without the need for surgery.

The Non-surgical Labia Tightening Procedure

During non-surgical labia tightening, gentle radiofrequency energy is applied to the labia, clitoris, and perineum. The radiofrequency energy gently but effectively remodels the collagen. Collagen remodeling is like tightening a spring that has been stretched out. Because the energy also stimulates the production of collagen as well, the skin will continue to tighten and become smoother for up to six months following the initial treatment. After just a single treatment, patients can see improvements even after childbirth.

Non-surgical labia tightening treatments take less than an hour and are painless. After the treatment is complete, there may be mild redness and swelling in the treatment are that typically disappears within a few hours. You may resume normal activity immediately afterward. There is absolutely no downtime following the procedure, so you can be back on your feet without anyone wondering if you’ve had anything done.

How many treatments will I need?

Your customized treatment plan based on your personal evaluation and needs. Typical treatment plans include 3 sessions scheduled once a week along with 1-2 annual maintenance therapy sessions after the initial treatments. Note that individual results may vary.