Monalisa CO2 Laser
For restoration of your inner harmony and delete the “pause” in menopause.
Don’t suffer in silence
This is a revolutionary laser treatment for
- Vaginal dryness, burning or itching
- mona lisa touch
- vaginal tightening
- vaginal rejuvenation
- anal bleaching
- labia bleaching
- genital bleaching
- genital rejuvenation
- genital tightening
- Urinary frequency or incontinence or recurrent infections
- Painful intercourse
- Laxity of the vagina following childbirth or menopause
- Menopausal women and those who have undergone cancer treatments can suffer from lack of the hormone oestrogen. This can cause dryness and thinning of the vaginal tissue known as vaginal atrophy making intercourse painful or uncomfortable. One of the first signs is reduced lubrication
It is a painless and quick procedure done by a trained female doctor in a discrete, relaxed, professional environment.
Suitability of Treatment
Postmenopausal women who do not wish to use hormone replacement therapy ( HRT )
Women who cannot take HRT due to cancer
Women who tried alternative treatments and HRT unsuccessfully
Perimenopausal women who are still fertile and don’t need HRT
Women who have had chemotherapy/radiotherapy or hormonal therapy following cancer
Post childbirth to restore laxity
To treat lichen sclerosis of the labia when traditional methods have failed.
A unique gentle laser using a vaginal probe to deliver fractional CO2 energy to the vaginal wall tissue safely with long-lasting effects by stimulating the production of collagen and blood flow to the vaginal mucosa reversing the effects of vaginal atrophy.
Three short, painless treatments done monthly and then yearly maintenance treatments thereafter as needed.
The sensation is similar to a light vibration.
No sedation or anaesthesia is required.
Return to daily routine immediately.
It is not recommended if there is:
- Unexplained vaginal bleeding.
- During a period or if there has been unprotected sexual intercourse a few days prior to treatment.
- If there is a current vaginal infection or ongoing cancer treatment.