Other conservative treatments​

RF treatments

RF rejuvenation

With RF -technology similar effects can be achieved as with smooth laser. We use RF-technology especially for the vaginal tightening and rejuvenation of the vulva, usually the labia majora. The treatment is painless and usually it is performed 1-3 times with one month intervals.

RF lipo-contouring

Thea labia majora or pubic mons sometimes do not look like one wishes. Sometimes the solution may be RF liposuction technique, where excess fat is removed, and the skin tightens accordingly. Please, ask for more information.

Injection treatments

Fillers and mesotherapy of vulva

The area of mons pubis is often graded as one of the most sensual area of the female genitals. Sometimes this area may not exist at all, or it is too flat. It is possible to enhance the area with special hyaluronic acid fillers. Also, hyaluronic acid may be used as mesotherapy of vulva and vagina, to treat the genitourinary syndrome of menopause.


The abbreviation comes from Platelet Rich Plasma. In these types of treatments the small amount of blood is taken from the person to be treated, approx. 10-20 ml. The platelets are then separated in the centrifuge, and the portion containing platelets is taken from the separated plasma. The platelets contains the huge amounts of the growth factors, which enhance the activity of the fibroblasts. The activation of fibroblasts enables them to produce more collagen and elastin fibres, which are the constituents of a healthy skin and the mucous membranes.

This platelet-rich-fraction is then injected with a special small needle into different points of the tissue to be treated. The best results are usually achieved by the multiple procedures, usually with 3 to 4 treatments with 2 weeks apart.

a) The O-shot

To increase the sensation in vaginally activated orgasms, PRP may be injected in clitoris and around the external urethral orifice. 

b) Treatment of Lichen sclerosus 

Several studies now exist of the PRP used in a very severe Lichen sclerosis not responsive for traditional corticosteroid treatments.