Information About Non-Surgical Vaginal Rejuvenation

Regular aging, childbirth, and changes in your body's hormones can lead to many changes with your body. One of the parts of your body that you can see changes in will possibly be your vagina. As you experience changes in this area, you can be affected mentally, and it can affect your body in different ways.

You may find you experience urinary incontinence, less sensation during intercourse, loose tissues and sagging of the labia majors and the labia minora — which can make some clothing irritating to wear — and less natural lubrication, which can lead to painful intercourse. When you experience changes in such a vital part of your body, you may find yourself wishing there was something besides Kegel exercises that you could do that would significantly work. Luckily, there are things you can choose to have done that will help you, and you can read more to learn about these non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation treatments.

Radiofrequency treatments

Radiofrequency treatments are done in a clinical environment, and they are done on an outpatient basis. Radiofrequency treatments are usually just referred to as RF treatments. The treatment causes the area to get quite warm, but it isn't irritating enough to require anesthesia. The process of heating the vaginal tissues can cause increased collagen production and lead to vaginal tightening. The RF treatment can cause some discharge for the first few days after, and you will receive aftercare instructions, which will cover things like not having intercourse for a number of days following the treatment.

Laser treatments

Laser labiaplasty is another option for achieving vaginal tightening and is much like RF treatments in that way. A laser will be used to heat up the areas that are to be treated, and collagen production will increase, which is what will cause the tightening. This treatment is also not considered to be very painful, and a topical anesthesia is generally all that is needed. You will need to refrain from intercourse for the specified number of days.


Fillers are used cosmetically for a lot of issues, and one of the things it can help with is to shape the labia in a way that can help you with vaginal dryness. The fillers that are used in this non-surgical procedure are hyaluronic fillers, which are the same fillers that are also used to help ease the appearance of wrinkles. The commonly used name by people who have had the treatment, or who know about it, is "labial puff." This is due to the volume added with the fillers.