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The Feminine Laser

Rediscover the secret of your femininity

Introducing Juliet, the fast, painless, hormone-free laser treatment for gynecological health that already changed the life of thousands of women around the world. Different ages of a woman’s life are accompanied by different experiences with regard to her intimacy and her sexuality. Many women who experience unpleasant symptoms do not like to talk about these issues, sometimes not even with their gynecologist. They can be ashamed and think that they are the only ones going through these issues. In fact, all of these symptoms are quite common in women of different ages and tend to worsen over time. That means that they are not temporary and they are not going to disappear if not treated.

The Juliet laser treatment is the gentle solution to rejuvenate your femininity. Fast, painless and safe, with no downtime and no need of anesthesia.

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Treatments:

Vaginal Atrophy and Dryness

Women undergoing menopause often experience a number of symptoms including vaginal dryness, itching, painful intercourse, poor lubrication, decreased libido and poor vaginal muscle elasticity and tone. This condition is also described as vaginal atrophy.

Vaginal Relaxation Syndrome

A quite common condition usually associated with vaginal child birth as well as with natural ageing is Vaginal Relaxation Syndrome (VRS), a condition described as a loss of the optimum vaginal structure.
Pregnancies and births contribute to a worsening of VRS condition, as does the onset of menopause, which causes a decline in hormone levels and vaginal atrophy.

Most women (and their partners) refer to vaginal relaxation syndrome as “enlarged vagina”, complaining of a loss of vaginal tightness, which is directly related to the reduction in friction during intercourse and thus to a decrease or loss of sexual gratification.

Stress urinary incontinence (SUI)

Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is a quite widespread disease prevalent in women after their first birth (with between 24% and 29% of women suffering from this condition). It is a form of urinary incontinence caused by a loss of support of the urethra, which is usually a consequence of damage to pelvic support structures as a result of childbirth. Similarly, frequent exercise in high-impact activities can cause athletic incontinence to develop. In both cases, it is characterized by the leaking of small amounts of urine during activities which increase abdominal pressure such as coughing, sneezing and lifting weights.

Women with stress urinary incontinence have an altered connective tissue metabolism, which causes decreased collagen production and which may result in insufficient support of the urogenital tract.

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