It seems that these days there is no end to the things we are able to customise.
Requests for labiaplasty are up by 23 per cent and the trend is showing no signs of slowing down this year. The stigma is fading and more women are looking to increase confidence and comfort for their private parts. All women experience some degree of laxity in the skin or tissues and as we get older, the onset of the menopause, along with the loss of oestrogen can also leave its mark on the vagina. In some case, the loss of tone can also lead to discomfort during sex as well as making women self-conscious about their bodies.
The non-surgical procedure uses controlled radiofrequency energy and the treatment requires no anesthesia with little or no discomfort and no downtime.
I have said it before though….it is important to do your homework and find a practitioner who has plenty of experience in the procedure you are interested in. They should be able to show you a certificate from a training body to prove that they are qualified in that treatment.
The General Medical Council has a leaflet outlining what you need to know before undergoing any cosmetic procedure. Visit gmc-uk.org for more details.