Take back con­trol

Style Magazine - - Beauty -

It is an un­for­tu­nate fact that child­birth and even menopause can cause changes to the vag­ina, which may af­fect fem­i­nine well­ness.

Dam­age can di­min­ish sen­sa­tion dur­ing sex­ual ac­tiv­ity, re­duce sat­is­fac­tion and change the re­la­tion­ship be­tween part­ners.

Whether the changes are phys­i­cal, func­tional or re­late to self im­age, the non-sur­gi­cal treat­ment Ther­miva is now avail­able at Al­lure Clinic, Ther­miva, for in­ter­nal and ex­ter­nal vagi­nal re­ju­ve­na­tion.

Ther­miva treat­ments use ra­diofre­quency en­ergy to gen­tly heat tis­sues to re­ju­ve­nate col­la­gen. Ther­miva is dif­fer­ent from other non-sur­gi­cal treat­ments for this area be­cause it isn’t a laser, doesn’t hurt and con­se­quently can be used ex­ter­nally to gen­tly re­ju­ve­na­tion. There is no dis­com­fort or down­time.

Ther­miva treat­ments are per­formed in a confidential set­ting with a fe­male prac­ti­tioner, and will fit into a busy wo­man’s sched­ule, with treat­ments tak­ing less than an hour.

Three treat­ments are rec­om­mended one month apart, how­ever most pa­tients have re­ported no­tice­able im­prove­ment in their symp­toms within the first week of treat­ment.

Women don’t want that out of con­trol feel­ing about their own bod­ies, es­pe­cially when it af­fects the most in­ti­mate part of their lives, and treat­ments can be com­menced as early as 6 weeks af­ter a vagi­nal de­liv­ery.

Ask our team about Ther­miva to­day, call on 1300 662 960.

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