50 to 80 percent of menopausal women are affected by vaginal dryness. Women who have undergone chemotherapy, hysterectomies, childbirth, or other surgeries or injury may also be affected by the condition. This dryness can lead to uncomfortable itching, rashes, and swelling that could lead to increased health problems.
Lumisque’s CO2Lift-V is a medical-grade topical treatment that helps hydrate and lubricate the vagina. The treatment also benefits patients with GSM, or the Genito Urinary Syndrome of Menopause. GSM is a collection of symptoms that can decrease estrogen and cause changes in the labia majora and minora, clitoris, vagina, and bladder.
GSM can cause these symptoms:
- Painful Sex
- Post-Coital Bleeding
Women who are peri and post-menopausal, young women on medication, women under stress, and those who have had hysterectomies can benefit from CO2Lift-V treatment. In addition, CO2Lift-V:
- Produces natural lubrication
- May improve vaginal tightening
- Enhances cosmetic appearance
- May reduce painful intercourse
- May increase sensation
Improve your self-confidence and your health with CO2Lift-V offered at Beginning’s Aesthetic and Laser. Learn more about the treatment process below:
CO2Lift-V utilizes a gel that is mixed and extracted with a syringe. The gel is inserted into the first third of the vagina and applied around the vulva. After 45 minutes it is cleaned out of the vagina with water. Any excess gel will then be removed. Patients who undergo this treatment often see the results in as little as 3 applications. Treatment is painless and can offer long-lasting results to patients. CO2Lift-V does not have any side effects and is safe to use.
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If you want to treat dryness and improve your vaginal health, call Beginnings Aesthetic & Wellness. Dr. Theocharides offers treatment in the Rumson, NJ, Asbury Park, NJ and the Red Bank, NJ area. Please contact us for a complimentary consultation. Call (732) 508-7778 or schedule an appointment with our professionals online.*Disclaimer: results may vary