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  • I suffer from vaginal laxity
  • I have lost sexual sensation and satisfaction
  • I suffer from urinary stress incontinence

Geneveve™ is a non-surgical rejuvenation procedure for the vaginal tissue, helping to restore areas affected by laxity where skin has loosened overtime. It is a non-surgical procedure.

Geneveve is a rejuvenation treatment for vaginal tissue, and helps to restore areas affected by laxity, where the skin has loosened overtime. It is a non-surgical procedure. 

The procedure usually takes around 30 minutes. The skin around the vagina is tightened by triggering the growth of new and healthy collagen. This is achieved using deep heating, and surface cooling, a non-invasive treatment procedure. Therefore, no pain is felt during treatment process, and there is also no downtime. A tingling sensation may be felt from both the heat, and cooling technologies, however this is not uncomfortable and many describe the treatment process as calming, and relaxing. 

It is important to note that every patient is different and therefore results will differ between individuals, and the unique treatment plan they are prescribed. Some will feel a difference immediately, and others will notice a gradual change as the months go by.

New collagen takes time to develop, and therefore results may not be felt until much later after skin rejuvenation has come into complete action.

Similarly, the length of the lasting results will differ between patients, and the body’s responsiveness to the treatment. Most results last between 10-12 months.

Being a non-invasive procedure, and due to the technologies used, there is no downtime required and therefore activities, work life and overall lifestyle is not put on hold, or affected in any way. 

Vaginal laxity affects many women and is often a condition caused by childbirth, genetics, ageing and lifestyle. 

Costs are dependent on individual, and the treatment plan prescribed. This is something that can be discussed further on consultation.