Reclaim. Restore. Revive.
Excessive relaxation of the vaginal muscles is a common occurrence after vaginal birth, or due to aging. Damage can diminish sensation during intercourse, reduce sexual satisfaction and change the relationship between partners. Laxity of the skin is caused by numerous factors; and no area is immune to this natural decline.
Take back control
It’s not great to have that out-of-control feeling about your own body; especially when it affects the most intimate part of your life. Relationships can be challenging under the best of circumstances; you don’t need your mind and body fighting each other!
Turn up the heat
Applying heat to tissue has become the standard for promoting collagen remodeling, which helps strengthen the structural support columns and improving the integrity of the skin.
ThermiVa is the first and only temperature controlled radio frequency system, used for non-surgical dermatological application in aesthetics and other medical specialties. Physicians using ThermiVa are pleased to have an in-office procedure, and patients reporting excitement about a new treatment option for women who want results without surgery. ThermiVa was developed by Thermi, a women’s wellness company whose mission is to help women reclaim, restore, and revive.
You got this
Reclaim your “pre-baby body”. Restore your satisfaction. Revive your relationship. Because at Thermi, we believe that you should get to decide when, where, and how to relax.
How does it work?
ThermiVa treatments deliver controlled thermal energy to the desired areas – external (labia) and/or internal (vaginal) – using the same technology that has been used for years in ThermiTight and ThermiSmooth procedures to reduce the effects of aging. The complete ThermiVa procedure includes 3 separate treatments over a period of 3 months.
There is no downtime other than the office appointments, and no anesthetics are required. Physicians report that their patients are comfortable, relaxed and very pleased with the noticeable results.
Is it safe?
Clinical studies have shown another temperature-controlled radiofrequency procedure, ThermiTight*, is safe and effective.