The Beauty Clinic is part of a new generation of intimate vaginal rejuvenation procedures, and offers incredibly effective results for a variety of intimate health issues, including stress urinary incontinence, vaginal laxity or vaginal atrophy, and discomfort during sexual intercourse, due to a lack of vaginal lubrication or cosmetic insecurities.
One of the things that makes Hifu such a special intimate procedure is the fact that it can be used to treat a range of women’s health conditions, all in one quick, simple and painless treatment. The beauty clinic uses the latest Hifu (High intensity focused ultrasound) technology to increase the rate of cell turnover in the vaginal canal, vaginal tissue. This results in newer, stronger tissue developing, combating many different intimate health conditions.
Hifu treatment can be used to improve vaginal laxity which can be affected by a range of different factors. Some common symptoms that women may experience when it comes to sexual dysfunction include:
By kickstarting the body’s natural processes when it comes to cell turnover in and around the vaginal canal, Hifu treatment can help to improve blood flow to the tissues in the area, increase the amount of collagen and elastin in the tissues (to improve skin elasticity and “tightness”), improve muscle tone.
Stress incontinence is something that affects a significant number of women throughout their lives, and can be embarrassing, uncomfortable and very stressful to deal with. Many of the existing treatments for stress incontinence either require long-term physical therapy (such as Kegel exercises), which take a considerable amount of time to show results, or surgical intervention, which can be dangerous, uncomfortable and with long recovery times. Stress incontinence can be very uncomfortable to live with. The most common symptom of stress incontinence is leaking urine when you put pressure on the pelvic floor muscles and bladder. This can happen at any time, but particularly when you:
You may also find that stress incontinence causes you to need to go to the toilet more often, which can result in discomfort, anxiety and disrupted sleep, which can have a big impact on your physical and emotional wellbeing. Stress incontinence is usually caused by a weakness in, or damage to, the pelvic floor muscles, which are the muscles that support the bladder and organs in the lower part of the abdomen. Hifu works to effectively treat stress incontinence by strengthening the tissues in the vaginal canal, which in turn supports the pelvic floor muscles and bladder, and helps to dramatically improve the symptoms of stress incontinence.
After having children, the female body understandably goes through significant changes, which cannot always be reversed. For many women, there is a huge amount of pressure to return to the “perfect post-baby body” as quickly as possible, when this isn’t always possible, or even healthy. Surgical intervention, such as labiaplasty or mesh sling treatment, can cause a range of complications and may be incredibly costly. Hifu treatment is entirely non-surgical, it is considerably safer for vaginal rejuvenation and the treatment of stress incontinence brought on by childbirth than surgical treatment options.
Hifu also promotes muscle growth in the body’s internal tissues, helping to support the pelvic floor muscles, rejuvenate women’s sex lives and improve their confidence after having a baby. Menopause is another event that can have a significant effect on some women, not just when it comes to their intimate health, but through a range of other changes to the body. Many menopausal and peri-menopausal women notice changes in their immune function, cognitive function, muscle tone and mood, as well as changes in the vaginal tissue and pelvic floor muscles. Sexual function can be affected by lots of different factors, and there are sometimes many different pieces to the puzzle. However, Hifu has been shown to greatly improve many of the physical symptoms of menopause through a quick, comfortable and entirely non-surgical treatment.
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