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What Is Vagina Mesotherapy

Each woman’s body independently produces microelements and substances that maintain the skin in proper condition, make it sensitive, and the microrelief of the face and other parts of the body smooth. But with age, the production of hyaluronic acid decreases, which negatively affects the elasticity of the skin and its appearance. This applies not only to the face and visible parts of the body but also to the bikini area.

Mesotherapy is one of the safe techniques for plumping and re-densifying the mucosa of the vaginal wall by inserting medication under the vaginal mucosa. The treatment is intended to increase vaginal firmness, elasticity, and hydration. It is also used in the case of recurrent infections and the treatment of stress urinary incontinence.

It is a modern method of contour plastic for rejuvenating and restoring the aesthetics of the genitals, which allows you to forget about discomfort and unpleasant sensations due to the introduction of the drug under the tissue. It is based on hyaluronic acid, a substance perceived by the body that stimulates the production of elastin.

The procedure is carried out without surgical intervention and by taking expensive drugs. Due to the introduction of hyaluronic acid under the skin, the water balance, elasticity, and appearance are restored.

Outcome After Vaginal Mesotherapy

The modern method of skin rejuvenation in the bikini area allows not only to improve aesthetic qualities. You can forget about the discomfort and feeling of dryness, get rid of itching, and reduce inflammation to a minimum. It also makes the skin more moisturized and gives the skin a normal color.

Ideal Candidate:

The treatment is recommended for people having the following conditions:

  • Loss of firmness and elasticity of the skin in the bikini area
  • Unhealthy skin color, dryness
  • The regular feeling of discomfort in the intimate area
  • Dissatisfaction with intimacy with a partner.

Restoring the natural water balance helps to eliminate all these problems. Hyaluronic acid begins to stimulate the body to produce elastin, the substance responsible for elasticity.

Hyaluronic acid contouring, like mesotherapy, does not take much time. The procedure is painless and requires a minimum of time for rehabilitation. The effectiveness of the treatment can be noticed already after the first procedure.

The treatment is not recommended for people having the following conditions:

  • Individual intolerance of hyaluronic acid
  • The period of pregnancy and breastfeeding
  • The presence of acute inflammatory processes
  • Oncology
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Mental diseases

Procedure:

To perform the procedure of intimate plastic surgery, it is necessary to undergo an internal examination by a doctor to identify indications and select the method and amount of correction.

After the first appointment, the doctor will prescribe a series of tests to make sure that the injection manipulation is safe. Immediately before the procedure, the doctor treats the correction area with a disinfectant solution and applies local anesthesia.

Before the introduction of the drug, in the presence of the client, the doctor opens a sterile disposable syringe with an already filled filler. The drug is injected with a needle into the structures in the correction zone. The manipulation is quite comfortable and painless.

Stages of the Mesotherapy of Intimate Area:

  • Skin cleansing.
  • Treatment with aseptic and anesthetic.
  • Direct injection of the selected drug into the middle layers of the dermis by a doctor using a syringe with a short and ultra-thin needle.
  • Applying a soothing agent to the treated area.

Recovery and Aftercare:

The doctor performing intimate mesotherapy makes recommendations for the patient:

  • Stop taking nonsteroidal drugs.
  • Drink a 10-day course of an antiviral drug.
  • Apply cosmetics with a therapeutic effect to minimize side effects in the form of edema and erythema.
  • Gently cleanse the skin in the bikini area.
  • Protect treated areas from UV rays and various chemical influences.