How Does it Work ?

Like skin, vaginal tissue is made up of collagen fibers which give it strength and flexibility.
FemiLift uses the clinically established CO2 laser technology to gently heat vaginal tissue, contracting existing fibers
and stimulating the formation of new collagen. The FemiLift treatment improves the functionality of the entire vaginal area.

 

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Dr. Tatiana von Bayern from dermatologie schlosspalais using the FemiLift

Common benefits of the FemiLift treatment

Researches show normalized blood flow, increased lubrication, and a higher immune resistance to recurring infections. On top of that a large number of patients experience restored strength and elasticity of the vaginal walls. These benefits can help women who suffer from GSM and post menopausal disorders. Symptoms such as vaginal atrophy and vaginal dryness are improved significantly following a series of 3-4 treatment sessions with the laser.

 

But not only women over 50 can benefit from this treatment. Younger woman, following childbirth, who experience vaginal looseness resulting in bladder leakage can undergo this treatment as part of their post-labor rehabilitation. Occurrences such as urine leakage during sneezing, laughing, running or lifting weights can be maintained with the right solution.

See below video from ‘The Doctors show” in US elaborating more on how does FemiLift work.

 

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Are you a doctor interested in our FemiLift CO2 laser technology? we provide training workshops and full support for physicians worldwide. Send us a message if you’d like to learn more about our programs.

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