What is Votiva for Vaginal Tightening?

What is Votiva?

Votiva is a safe treatment that addresses both internal and external vaginal health issues, without needing surgery. If you do suffer from low blood flow or lowered sexual interest Votiva may be right for you. Votiva's function is to increase blood flow and sensitivity, and it can treat sagging tissues. 

What does Votiva treat? 

Votiva treats many different vaginal areas which include the labia, canal, and vulva as well. For quality results only around 3 treatments are recommended, and it is a painless procedure. 

When will my results show? 

Quality results will be seen between 2-3 weeks after the first treatment. There will be an increase in vaginal tightening, and the external tissues will be restored. In the past, there was only one option and that was vaginal surgery. Today with Votiva, women can experience this rejuvenation through a treatment that only lasts for several minutes. 

Interested in learning if Votiva is right for you? Book your free consultation with one of our plastic surgery and medical aesthetic providers today!

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