The Cost of Vaginal Rejuvenation

The Cost of Vaginal Rejuvenation

Every year thousands of women desperately search for solutions to tighten and tone their vaginas. If you are reading this, then you are probably searching too. With a recent increase in celebrities bragging about their fancy new ‘designer vaginas’ thanks to trending surgeries, many women are considering going under the knife. Just how much does it cost to get a fancy new vagina and are the risks worth the reward?

Vaginal rejuvenation surgeries can vary in cost depending on how far you are willing to go for that so-called perfect vagina. Many women will end up paying more than $10,000 for a dual vaginoplasty and labiaplasty surgery and most insurance companies aren’t going to foot the bill for this type of elective surgery. 

Have you ever seen an episode of Botched? Surgery can be scary and with any medical procedure, surgical vaginal rejuvenation does not come without risks. Invasive procedures like vaginoplasty or labiaplasty can have dangerous and uncomfortable side effects like infection, permanent changes in sensation, ongoing pain and scarring. So why are women all over the world resorting to these expensive and invasive procedures? 

They are unhappy with their vagina and they are desperate to love their bodies and feel more comfortable in their sex life.

Good news! There are noninvasive alternatives to these designer vagina procedures that won’t have you emptying your pockets and real women are seeing results without all the risks that go along with surgery. MyElle’s non-invasive vaginal rejuvenation wand utilizes low-level light and sonic vibration to help improve vaginal dryness, fight bacteria and increase elastic fiber production. The unique design can also help strengthen your pelvic floor and increase sensitivity. 

 

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