Ultra Femme 360 for Vaginal Rejuvenation – What You Need To Know
A revolutionary non-surgical treatment for vaginal rejuvenation, Ultra Femme 360 is a completely safe procedure that is effective both internally and externally. A single FDA-approved device uses radiofrequency waves to enhance blood flow and stimulate natural collagen production in the area. An alternative to surgical procedures such as labiaplasty and vaginoplasty, Ultra Femme 360 can be used for a variety of treatments including vaginal tightening and remodelling of the labia, in the same sessions.
Sometimes known as a ‘v-lift’ 360 Ultra Femme is a vaginal rejuvenation treatment that can give you a ‘designer vagina’ in your lunch hour, but the results are much more than just cosmetic.
Many women can suffer from conditions such as Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) particularly following childbirth, which can have a debilitating effect on their confidence and can restrict activities such as swimming, dancing, and even laughing. If a woman is worried about leaking, she cannot relax and enjoy her life, or her new baby. The female body is a wondrous thing and will try to repair the damage caused by childbirth. However, as we age it becomes harder for the body to heal and, sometimes, some help is required. 360 Ultra Femme can help to tighten the weakened pelvic muscles, significantly reducing SUI and restoring bladder control.
Similarly, menopause can cause lots of disruption to the vagina and problems such as SUI, dryness, and the thinning of vaginal tissues. On top of hormonal changes, such physical symptoms can be very distressing for a woman to go through. Often there is a great deal of discomfort associated with some of these changes, which can also be prohibitive. In addition to strengthening the pelvic floor, the vaginal opening and vaginal Ultra Femme 360 can thicken vaginal tissues, increase natural lubrication and improve elasticity, helping the vagina to heal itself more effectively as it did pre-menopause or childbirth.
In this blog, we’ll delve deeper into the benefits of 360 Ultra Femme for vaginal rejuvenation, explain more about how the treatment works, and take you through the history of vaginal procedures from the earliest surgeries to modern-day non-surgical options such as 360 Ultra Femme.
A Brief History About Vaginal Rejuvenation
The notion of the ‘designer vagina’ may seem like a modern concept, but women have been seeking to alter and restore the appearance and functionality of their genitalia for centuries.
A female physician, Trotula de Ruggiero of Salerno, first had her work, Treatments for Women, published in 1050AD. The volume included five non-surgical treatments for constricting the vagina, intended to restore the illusion of virginity or increase sexual pleasure.
The first record of cosmetic surgery on female genitalia dates back to the second century AD and was reported in the Latin translation by Muscio of Greek physician Soranus of Ephesus’ Gynaecology. The procedure involved the excision of a hypertrophied clitoris. Here the goal was to diminish ‘excessive’ sexual stimulation. There are also reports of the non hypertrophied clitoris being excised to try to prevent sexual desire in unmarried women.
During the Renaissance, surgeons began to use surgery to repair lacerations caused by childbirth, but it wasn’t until 1707 Paris that Pierre Dionis recorded a labiaplasty in his volume Cours d’opérations de Chirurgie. German military surgeon Lorenz Heister also described a labiaplasty in his text Institutiones Chirurgicae, writing that it was performed for the comfort of the patient, as well as aesthetic reasons.
Modern fashions for shaving and waxing have drawn more attention to the appearance of the vagina and the labia in particular, which count account in part for the rise in labiaplasties.
Vaginal procedures are on the rise. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, 2016 was the peak year for labiaplasty, while vaginal rejuvenation treatments such as 360 Ultra Femme have seen a 22 percent global increase. This is the highest increase of any aesthetic procedure in this period, indicating that women all over the world are seizing the opportunity to improve and correct the appearance and regain control of their vaginas.
Increased understanding of the effects childbirth and menopause can have on the female body have given physicians the opportunity to reverse some of these effects, using new technology such as the 360 Ultra Femme.
As with facial and body procedures, the rise in popularity is partly driven by and continues to drive the advent of non-surgical and minimally-invasive alternatives to traditional surgeries.
In 2018, the FDA cautioned against certain devices being used for vaginal rejuvenation and the marketing claims associated with them. However, the FDA later approved the use of Ultra Femme 360 for vaginal rejuvenation.
Downtime & Aftercare
One of the major advantages of Ultra Femme 360 over traditional vaginal surgery is that you can usually resume your normal activities almost immediately. Whereas with a surgical procedure, you may need to refrain from exercise for up to a month and sexual activity for as long as six weeks, Ultra Femme means you only need to wait a day or two (if that) before resuming your normal level of exercise or sexual activity.
You shouldn’t experience any pain during sex as a result of the procedure but may notice heightened sensations.
We hope this blog has answered some of the questions you may have had regarding 360 Ultra Femme for vaginal rejuvenation. If you would like to find out more about non-surgical vaginal treatments, 360 Ultra Femme, or any other aesthetic procedure please book a free online consultation with one of our experienced aestheticians or contact us on 07305800057 or 020 8286 8858 to speak with a member of our team.