We are thrilled that you want to know more about ThermiVa.

ThermiVa safely, effectively, comfortably, without anesthesia or downtime will help you to achieve a physical and aesthetic benefit for vaginal rejuvenation by delivering a controlled thermal energy to the desired areas – external (labia) and or internal (vaginal), in just 3 treatments, over a 3-month period.

Reclaim your “pre-baby” body. Restore your satisfaction. Revive your relationship. Why wait? Call today to arrange for your intimate consultation and get back to yesteryear, today!

For a consultation and treatment pricing;
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