Assuring Women’s Health

MonaLisa Touch® is specifically designed to improve your vaginal health, leading to a lessening of symptoms such as dryness, pain, itching, irritation and urinary symptoms, with the subsequent improvement of your intimate health.

Are you experiencing the menopause, or perhaps you have already gone through this stage in your life, undergone breast surgery and chemotherapy, or received a diagnosis of lichen sclerosis?

This treatment could be for you!

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This treatment is a clinically proven leading laser treatment for vulvovaginal atrophy, i.e. vaginal dryness and symptoms associated with the menopause. It is a safe, painless and hormone free treatment that uses a laser designed specifically for the vagina to help restore the natural collagen and elastin of the vagina, thereby alleviating symptoms.

What are the symptoms of vaginal dryness?

As many as 80% of women entering menopause are effected by vaginal dryness. Itching, burning, soreness, dryness, irritation, or pain during sexual intercourse are all common. As the vagina is less lubricated the skin can become more delicate, and the lack of moisture means the skin can rub together and cause friction, soreness and in some cases splitting of the skin.

New research reveals:

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of women find sex difficult and uncomfortable due to vaginal dryness

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women claim that vaginal moisturisers and lubricants don’t provide enough relief from their symptoms

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women with vaginal dryness find sex and intimacy less enjoyable

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feel it negatively affects their body confidence

What causes vaginal dryness?

The cause of vaginal dryness is often linked to the reduction in oestrogen which naturally occurs around or after the menopause or following breast cancer treatment. As the level of oestrogen begins to reduce it can cause a range of symptoms, including hot flushes, night sweats, sleep disturbances, mood swings and vaginal dryness.

Many of these symptoms go away after time, however lower oestrogen levels can affect the level of moisture in the vagina long after the menopause unless managed or treated. Women can experience thinning of the skin which leaves the area in and around the vagina more delicate, and the lack of moisture means the skin can rub together and cause friction, soreness and in some cases splitting.

How is vaginal dryness

impacting women?

It’s getting in the way of enjoying life as fully as I used to

I'm wary of starting a new relationship because I can't allow it to become a physical one

I no longer feel like a sexual person, like my vagina is not part of my body

I am constantly itchy and sore

I feel less attractive

I miss the intimacy with my partner

Things to look out for if you think you
may be experiencing vaginal dryness:

Do you experience vaginal pain, irritation, burning or dryness?

Is sexual intercourse painful or uncomfortable?

Has the appearance of your vagina changed?

Find out about a pain-free and hormone-freeway to treating vaginal dryness.

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