Feminine health

Safe and comfortable treatments for internal vaginal health restoration, labia skin tightening, and mons pubis reduction.

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What is feminine health?

Women's bodies go through many changes over the years, brought about by childbirth, menopause, and aging. The Venus Fiore™ system delivers safe and comfortable treatments to address the common conditions affecting feminine health, without requiring surgical or hormonal intervention.

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Feminine health treatment devices

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Venus Fiore™ is a unique solution for feminine health*, offering internal and external vaginal treatments that are comfortable and safe. Powered by a synergistic combination of Multi Polar Radio Frequency and Pulsed Electro Magentic Fields, Venus Fiore™ treatments create anabolic cellular impact reflected as accelerated cellular metabolism, angiogenesis, and the production of elastin and collagen. For the patient, this leads to improved moisture levels and sensation, and increased elasticity.

Features:

  • Vaginal applicator’s innovative multi-electrode ring design delivers safe treatments with consistent outcomes.
  • Unique stationary position of vaginal applicator decreases operator fatigue and ensures consistent outcomes throughout the treatment area, independent of operator skill.
  • Automatic Temperature Control (ATC) and Real-Time Thermal Feedback guarantee optimal patient experience and safe, efficacious treatments.
  • Disposable, single-use tips ensure individual clean treatments and reduce cross-contamination risk.

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INDICATIONS FOR USE:

*Venus Fiore™ received regulatory approval in Israel for aesthetic and functional treatment of the vagina, labia and mons pubis. Venus Fiore™ is available for sale in India, Hong Kong, and other selected Asian countries.

REFERENCES:

1. Vaginal Atrophy. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.hormone.org/diseases-and-conditions/vaginal-atrophy.

2. Campbell, P., Krychman, M., Gray, T., Vickers, H., Money-Taylor, J., Li, W., & Radley, S. (2018). Self-Reported Vaginal Laxity-Prevalence, Impact, and Associated Symptoms in Women Attending a Urogynecology Clinic, The Journal of Sexual Medicine, 15(11), 1515-1517.

3. Schwarz, B., & Rivlin, M.E. (2019, August 12). Fast Five Quiz: Sexual Dysfunction. Retrieved from https://reference.medscape.com/viewarticle/916566.

4. Bouman, T.K., Koning, M., Van der Lei, B., Zeijlmans, I.A. (2009). Female Attitudes Regarding Labia Minora Appearance and Reduction With Consideration of Media Influence, Aesthetic Surgery Journal, 29(1), 65-71.

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