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Would You Try At-Home Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation?

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at home laser vaginal rejuvenationJust when you think you’ve seen it all, a new DIY vaginal rejuvenation device enters the market and all you can do is shake your head. To set the record straight, we’re all for rejuvenating your vajay-jay. What we’re not into are strange DIY devices that cost a ton and simply don’t work. Not sure what we mean? Here’s a little run-down of your latest vaginal laxity treatment options.

You Could Use a Weird Sex-Toy-Looking Device…

Meet vSculpt, a banana-shaped handheld device that emits infrared light, heat and vibrations to supposedly tighten your hoo-ha and prevent stress urinary continence down the road. As if that weren’t enough to entice you, this little device also comes with an optional mobile app, so you can keep tabs on your lady bits from anywhere you go!

Here’s the downside: there’s no real evidence that vSculpt works, and you’ll have to fork up $345 just to see for yourself. Plus, try explaining to your boss why your desk chair seems to be vibrating…

…Or You Could Get Geneveve™ with a Pro

Geneveve will literally take 30 minutes of your day, and you don’t have to go back for a year or more.

Whether or not you want to give vSculpt a try—and for whatever reason, wink wink—is up to you. But if you’re serious about seeing real results and don’t want to have to remember to sit down with a light-emitting vibrator for 10 minutes every day, a quick Geneveve treatment from a professional could do the trick.


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