Tuesday, November 8, 2016

NO MORE EMBARASSING MOMENTS with FEMILIFT : the only clinical solution to restore your confidence as a woman

Stress Urinary Incontinence? Vaginal Dryness & Recurrent Infections? Vaginal tightening? Fret not! Read on.

Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) is a medical condition that women especially mothers experience but are not discuss   or even consult with a doctor for fear of embarrassment and shame.

Stress Urinary Incontinence is a series of temporary, fast, but very palpable urinary leaks that are triggered by ordinary things like laughing, sneezing and reactions to the heavy lifting of weights. SUI can happen to all women, regardless of age, profession, or social status. 

You’re in the middle of a conversation with friends, a business meeting, or a parent-teacher dialogue and laugh at a joke. You feel that short muscle spasm down under, followed by the familiar wetness that comes with a pee. Oh no!  A-W-K-W-A-R-D  It is a very awkward, uncomfortable moment.

Stress urinary incontinence happens when the vaginal muscle becomes lax and is unable to prevent those sporadic involuntary leaks. Several factors cause this laxity in mothers: such as natural ageing, a few childbirths, and a very active sexual life. One or all of these factors can strain the orifice’s tightness and loosen it up. SvelT'i has got us women covered though their non-invasive laser solution, no downtime and painless treatment: Femilift

With the gorgeous Dr. Lalaine Salazar and
the friendly machine- Femilift

Last October 19, I was one of the fortunate moms to attend and was educated by Dr. Lalaine Salazar, Medical Director of the SvelT’i Health and Beauty Centre about Femilift. “Femilift applies  concentrated thermal healing and micro-abalation to the vagina’s inner layers. A laser probe is inserted into the vagina up to the cervix. It releases a laser beam deep enough into the vagina’s submucosa level where new collagen is formed. This stimulates the regeneration of collagen which tightens the tissue. At the same time, it contracts the vagina’s elastin fibers.”

Dr. Salazar continues, “The restored female genital tissue strengthens the vaginal wall and reduces or eliminates stress urinary incontinence. It also restores vaginal laxity and enhances lubrication and the sensitivity of vaginal tissue.”

SvelT’i Health and Beauty Centre conducts medical screening for each patient before administering or approving the treatment. Procedure cannot continue if any of the contra-indications are found:

*    active bacterial infection
*    immune system deficiency diseases
*    pregnancy
*   malignancy
*   vaginal bleeding
*   photosensitivity to laser
*   pelvic organ prolapse
*   pacemakers in the body
*   uncontrolled diabetes 
*   menstruation

Watch how the treatment is done  :-)

The renewed sensitivity and tightness of the muscle can be experienced after three short sessions. The treatment takes place in a quick 30 minutes; you can go back to work immediately. It is non-invasive, and very 
safe, using separate individual probes for each patient.

The one post-treatment requirement is no sexual activity for three days after undergoing the Femilift procedure. It’s a 
little sacrifice considering the benefits the patient will gain. Stress urinary incontinence can diminish if not disappear after a session,” says Dr. Salazar. “The removal of the vaginal laxity also adds pleasure during sexual intercourse. The results are more than worth the wait.” 😍

BUT WAIT! There's more. SvelT'i is offering big discount for the treatment until November 30! How cool is that? Call them now!

To know more about SvelT’i’s Femilift, you may call at (02)332-7546 / 09188-SVELTI (783584) or visit the clinic at 5F South Insula Condominium #61 Timog Avenue, Quezon City from Mondays to Fridays from 9am-6pm and Saturdays from 8am-1pm.

 You may also visit SvelT’i Facebook page   and Instagram

1 comment:

  1. FemiLift treatment can be a good option for such kind of problems. Question is; how does FemiLift treatment work? and this article give me the answer o this question. Thank you very much for sharing this post.