Many of you cringed reading the title but have had the burning question for a while now. Perhaps you didn’t know there were treatment options or maybe you just never felt comfortable enough to talk about your vagina not being as tight as it used to be. Tara from Delle Chiaie Cosmetic Medicine is a board-certified Nurse Practitioner specializing in aging medicine. There are so many options on the market yet she chooses only innovative, effective, and safe treatment options for her clients.
CO2RE® Intima is a quick, non-surgical in-office laser procedure to restore vaginal health. CO2RE Intima treats all 3 of a woman’s intimate areas – the vaginal canal, external vulva/labia, as well as the introitus, i.e., opening to the vaginal canal. CO2RE Intima uses laser energy to treat the changes and symptoms women may be experiencing related to vaginal wellness or appearance by:
Treating dryness, itching, and pain
Restoring vulva and vaginal tone, flexibility
Relieving signs of childbirth and aging
After childbirth, many women experience looseness of the vaginal canal and the introitus (opening of the vagina). Peri, menopausal and postmenopausal women often experience VVA (Volvo Vaginal Atrophy), also known as GSM ( Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause) – characterized by symptoms of burning, itching, dryness, and painful intercourse. And regardless of age, as women get older many experience cosmetic changes to their genitalia – such as pigmentation and sagging of the vulva skin.
CO2RE Intima is for post-child bearing and peri, menopausal and postmenopausal women who desire enhancement in sexual functioning and a better sexual experience, women who seek vaginal cosmetic improvement, and women who want to feel more confident about their feminine health.
How do I schedule my appointment?
Visit the team at Delle Chiaie Cosmetic Medicine in Hampton NH to see if this is right for you.
We are located close to Newburyport MA, Hampton Falls NH, Rye NH, Portsmouth NH, and Exeter NH just to name a few surrounding towns.
We can be conveniently found on Route 1 in Hampton NH right off of 101.