Nether bits tired? Maybe re­ju­ven­ta­tion’s needed…

Saturday Star - - NEWS - SHARON GOR­DON

HOW MANY vagi­nas have you seen? It’s not like you can ask the woman next to you to show you hers. How do you know if your kit is “nor­mal”? Have you looked?

If you don’t like the look of yours or feel it is look­ing and feel­ing a bit tired, did you know you can have labia re­ju­ve­na­tion?

I was at a bor­ing fund-rais­ing tea when the guest speaker spoke about how to spruce-up your nether bits.

Ev­ery­one was as shocked as me, but what fun. I knew that you could have surgery to make your labia smaller, but re­ju­ve­nated is new. It is a non-in­va­sive pro­ce­dure. The ma­chine used is called “Safyre”. The ma­chine looks like any other a salon would use on your face. The probe is heated to 42°C, and rubbed on the outer and in­ner labia. Heat­ing the area gives you a con­trolled in­jury which stim­u­lates your fi­brob­last cells, im­por­tant for stim­u­lat­ing col­la­gen.

The ef­fect is a firm­ing and plump­ing of the skin, making your labia look smaller and rosier.

It also helps if you suf­fer from in­con­ti­nence. Com­bine the labia re­ju­ve­na­tion with Ben Wa Balls and your vagina will be snappy and happy. The pro­ce­dure will also help make your gen­i­tals more sen­si­tive, im­prov­ing your sex life.

Col­la­gen takes about three months to form again, which means you will need six ses­sions to see the dif­fer­ence and then main­te­nance for a cou­ple of months. Madeleine and Chrissie from Can­vas Aes­thet­ics in Benoni, are the ther­a­pists who will deal with your labia in the most pro­fes­sional way.

They say labia re­ju­ve­na­tion is be­com­ing in­creas­ingly pop­u­lar es­pe­cially, af­ter women have had bikini and Brazil­ian treat­ments.

I would con­sider it purely be­cause it in­creases sen­si­tiv­ity. If you are ill, have can­cer, di­a­betes, are nurs­ing or preg­nant you can­not have the treat­ment. I have the num­ber if you’re in­ter­ested.

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