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Tighten your Miss V in just 30min!

Geneveve™ by Viveve - a unique women’s health and wellness treatment

Geneveve is a clinically proven, single session treatment that safely and comfortably renews vaginal tissue and responsiveness.

What happens?
Vaginal tissue, just like the skin, changes over time. When collagen support fibers lose strenght, a feeling of looseness called laxity, especially around the vaginal opening, occurs. Vaginal laxity is extremely common medical condition caused by aging, childbirth, genetic pre-desposition and lifestyle. Millions of women suffer silently with vaginal laxity and the resulting loss of sexual sensation and sensation.




What can be done?
To generate healthy, new collagen, enough heat needs to be delivered into the tissue wihtout harming the delicate surface. Geneveve was developed and studied specifically for treating delicate vaginal tissue. Only Geneveve uses deep-heating energy and surface cooling to safely stimulate the body's natural collagen formation process.


How is the tre…

How to feel Tighter, and enjoy Intimacy more

Genveve - Vaginal Rejuvenation / Tightening Sex may change after kids. How it feels, doesn’t have to. It is not a cosmetic procedure, it’s not about how you look, but how you feel. Just like skin, vaginal tissue is made up of collagen fibers. During vaginal childbirth these tissues can overstretch, damaging the collagen and creating a feeling of looseness (laxity), especially around the vaginal opening. Now there is a new patented radiofrequency (RF) energy to stimulate the body’s natural collagen rebuilding processes. Designed specifically for the treatment of vaginal laxity / vaginal looseness. Women who experience this loss of tightness may also notice a decreased feeling of sensation and sexual satisfaction during intercourse. These changes can affect a woman’s overall sexual health and are a quality of life issue for millions of women every year. In a survey of over 400 women who had vaginal deliveries, nearly half reported some level of concern with vaginal looseness, otherwise …