5 Best Non Surgical Vaginal Rejuvenation Products and Procedures

Time leaves its mark on our bodies, and sooner or later we start to see the effects of aging and gravity. Unfortunately, our female parts don’t escape unscathed. Age and childbirth take their toll and many women end up being sad with the results. Because of this, an increasing number of women are looking into vaginal rejuvenation plans.

Modern medicine has risen to the problem, and today there are a surprising number of options available in this field. There are, of course, numerous surgical treatments provided by plastic cosmetic surgeons; however, we will also discuss the less invasive options on the market today – options that are (in many cases) the better solution.

What is vaginal rejuvenation?

Vaginal rejuvenation is a wide term that covers many vaginal corrective procedures. These procedures are meant to amend problems that can occur after menopause or during the aging process. Conditions for which vaginal rejuvenation may be helpful include:

  • Laxity (lack of tightness) of the vagina
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Lack of lubrication

Who gets this treatment?

The two major groups of women who get this treatment are:

  • Postmenopausal women
  • Postpartum women

What are energy-based treatments?

Energy-based treatments are nonsurgical procedures that use heat to rejuvenate. The treatments are performed with a device that focuses the energy and heats the tissue. Energy-based devices are applied for skin treatments, and more recently, for vaginal rejuvenation. When used in the vagina, the main purpose is to aid collagen, blood vessels and blood flow, tightness and lubrication.

Non-Surgical Solutions for Vaginal Rejuvenation: Products and Procedures

Often, many women are tired of pursuing surgery due to the risks, time and expense in it. Vaginal rejuvenation surgery can not only be fairly risky, but it is generally quite costly, and often quite unnecessary. Moreover, there are a number of simple, non-surgical plans available to women who need to tighten things up down south.

Labial Puff 

This is a procedure that has proven useful in many women. Older women or women who have experienced menopause may note a certain laxity or deflation of the labia. Just like our facial skin wrinkles and sags with age, our lady parts also age. This can be ameliorated non-surgically with an injection of fat, known as a labial puff. The method is non-invasive and the region will only need to be numbed slightly during the injections. A labial puff can be of important aid to a woman who wants a more pleasant, balanced look.

Cream or Gel for Vaginal Tightening

This can be a very cost-effective, non-artificial way for a woman to experience a better sex life. There are a number of shrink creams on sale today that are highly effective in restoring the pleasure of sex for both partners. These creams and gels increase blood flow to the vagina, resulting in almost prompt constriction, improved elasticity, and heightened sensitivity.

Pelvic Floor Strengthening Exercises

Exercise is an easy solution, but one that has proven highly effective for most women – particularly after menopause. The body is an amazing thing, and just as amazing as the vagina can stretch to accommodate a baby, it can also shrink back to a better size with the right strengthening exercises. While exercise may not solve the problem totally, kegels and other exercises that energize the pelvic floor can be a great first step on your way to complete vaginal rejuvenation. 

Moisturizers And Lubricants

Lubricants: Vaginal lubricants work by mitigating the friction associated with thin, dry genital tissue. They are produced in liquid or gel form and are introduced to the vagina and vulva (and, if desired, to a partner’s penis) right before sex. Lubricants are not absorbed into the skin, are immediate-acting, and provide relief from vaginal dryness and related pain during sex. They are specifically good for midlife women whose vaginal dryness is an issue only or primarily during sex, as they are nothing more than a temporary solution.

Moisturizers: Like lubricants, vaginal moisturizers alleviate the painful friction that sex can cause as a result of vaginal atrophy. Additionally, moisturizers, unlike lubricants, are absorbed into the skin and cling to the vaginal lining in a way that mimics natural secretions. Another deviation is that moisturizers are applied consistently, not just before sex, and their effects are more long-term, lasting up to 3 or 4 days. Some moisturizers have an applicator to aid in placing the product into the vagina.

Because moisturizers maintain vaginal moisture and acidity, they are particularly good for midlife women who are bothered by symptoms of vaginal dryness (such as irritation and burning) that are not limited to sexual activity. Some women who often use moisturizers still use a lubricant as required before sex, for additional lubrication and comfort. For both moisturizers and lubricants, you may need to experiment with several products to find the one that’s best for you.

Low-dose Vaginal Estrogen Therapy

Estrogen products produced for vaginal application have been proven to reestablish vaginal blood flow and improve the thickness and stretchiness of vaginal tissue in peri- and postmenopausal women. These products work to resuscitate the thinning and dryness of vaginal tissues rather than just providing the temporary relief that lubricants and moisturizers do.  

For this reason, low-dose vaginal estrogen is appropriate in most cases for peri- and postmenopausal women who do not get sufficient relief from moisturizers or lubricants or whose symptoms of vaginal atrophy are affecting with their quality of life. Intense vaginal atrophy may respond more promptly to vaginal estrogen therapy than to hormone pills or patches.

Women who require alleviation from other significant symptoms of menopause, such as hot flashes and night sweats, may want to consider higher-dose hormone therapy that raises estrogen levels throughout the body. However, for women who do not experience those other menopause symptoms, vaginal estrogen should be applied since it is concentrated where it is needed and minimizes blood levels and possible side effects of estrogen on the rest of the body. In addition, severe vaginal atrophy may respond better to vaginal estrogen therapy than to hormone pills or patches that give estrogen throughout the body.

Vaginal estrogen should be applied at the lowest effective dose, again to limit any effects elsewhere in the body. If you’ve had breast cancer, be sure to mention this to your healthcare provider before using estrogen in any form so that you can weigh its benefits and risks.

Low-dose vaginal estrogen is very active against atrophy-related pain during sex, with up to 93% of women reporting significant improvement and up to 75% reporting that their sexual comfort is reestablishing. Improvements in vaginal moisture and health typically occur within a few weeks of starting therapy, although less from severe vaginal atrophy can take several months.

Vaginal estrogen is available in many forms, all of which require a prescription:

  • Vaginal creams are applied in moderate amounts (0.5-1.0 g) in the vagina 2 to 3 times a week. These products, known by the brand names Premarin, Estrace, and (in Canada) Neo-Estrone, should not be applied as a lubricant before intercourse since the estrogen can be absorbed through a partner’s skin.
  • The low-dose vaginal ring, Estring, is placed into the vagina and worn for 3 months before being taken out and replaced; it is not required to take it out before sex. This low-dose estrogen ring is patterned only to treat vaginal dryness and should not be confused with Femring, which is another vaginal ring that produces higher doses of estrogen for taking care of hot flashes and other symptoms of menopause.
  • The vaginal tablet, Vagifem, is inserted into the vagina twice a week using an applicator (recommended) or a finger. Many women discover that the estrogen tablet is less messy than estrogen creams.

All forms of vaginal estrogen are similarly efficient, and most forms are associated with low side effects, although women’s individual responses may differ. The form selected should be based on your individual preferential treatment, factoring in cost and insurance coverage, after a discussion with your healthcare provider.


O-shot is a painless procedure in which a Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) shot is directed under the neck of the bladder, to increase the collagen support there. PRP is also injected to increase clitoral nerve endings and blood flow.

Platelet-rich vaginal therapy is an all-encompassing, non-invasive, and in-office medical treatment with the goal of better desire and pleasure. The process will be comfortably administered by a licensed physician who is trained in platelet-rich plasma injection therapies.

PRP Vaginal Rejuvenation works by using your own platelet-rich plasma (PRP) to stimulate stem cells and growth factors to regenerate healthier vaginal tissue. Platelet-rich plasma extraction is completed in a phlebotomy lab and takes only a few minutes. The patient’s blood is drawn and put in a centrifuge for 15 minutes to set apart the platelets. The platelet-rich plasma is then injected into target areas. This plasma is abundant in platelets, stem cells, and growth factors and is very useful for tissue regeneration and healing. The whole method for processing the blood and injecting the growth factors takes approximately an hour.

How The PRP Vaginal Rejuvenation Procedure Works

  1. Numb Suprapubic Fat Pad & Vaginal Area: Application of numbing agent on and inside the vagina. This eliminates any pain during the procedure.
  2. Fat Pad Injection: Use of a proprietary solution administered into the fat pad of the suprapubic region.
  3. Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Rejuvenation of Clitoral & Urethral Area: Blood is drawn and spun to separate the stem cells and growth factors. After harvesting both, the doctor will administer them into clitoral and urethral areas. This soars sensation and pleasure in the aforementioned areas.
  4. Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Resuscitation of G Spot & C Spot: G Spot and C spots are injected with PRP. This heightens the orgasmic response.

Benefits Of PRP Vaginal Rejuvenation

  • Renew Sexual Intimacy
    As women age, desire for sexual intimacy decreases. PRP Vaginal Rejuvenation enhances the female sexual experience.
  • Increase Libido
    Libido can diminish not only as we grow but could occur from other medical conditions. Hormones will be tested and balanced to help ensure your libido is at an optimal level.
  • No More Painful Intercourse
    Due to the PRP injections, you will have better orgasms, stay aroused longer, and ameliorate painful intercourse.

Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy

Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy is often misunderstood, due to inaccurate reporting from the results of the 2002 Women’s Health Initiative Study. While bioidentical hormones—hormones produced in a lab, rather than by the body—can not be truly identical to your body’s natural hormones and—like most treatments—come with health risks, supplementing hormones are effective in treating vaginal dryness and pain.

Bioidentical hormones are available commercially as well as by compounding pharmacies in oral, gel, injectable, pellet or patch formulations. It should be noted that hormone therapy should be initiated within five to 10 years of menopause, and it’s worth a discussion with your gynaecologist.

Have you tried any of the above vaginal rejuvenation products or procedures? What was your experience? Let us know in the comments!















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Dr. Barry

Dr. Barry

December 9, 2019