Rejuvenation of the vulva

Rejuvenation of the vulva

Fotochemical treatment for aging vulva

Photobiostiumlation and rejuvenation of the vulva


The general components of the female genitals.

  • Mons pubis. Mound of tissue with hair.
  • Labia Majora. Rich in adipose fibres, sebaceous glands and hair on the external area.
  • Labia Minora. Thin, hairless, rich in sebaceous glands and elastic fibres.
  • Clitoris. An erectile formation made of tissues rich in veins, placed at the top of the labia minora and covered by a hood rich in fibres.

The thin vulvar epithelium is characterized by the high turnover of keratinocytes which confers greater resistance to exogenous permeability.

Changes that affect the vulva and vagina during one’s lifetime

Sexual development related to the vulva is influenced by hormonal changes, which start to occur in puberty with the beginning of the menstrual cycle, are then in turn affected by pregnancy and menopause.


The first significant change comes with the onset of puberty: in this phase the labia and the clitoris become larger and the first secretions occur.
The next step typically occurs with the beginning of sexual relations and the subsequent breaking of the hymen.
In pregnancy, the area is affected by the birth, often a swelling and change of colour is visible as the result of the high levels of oestrogen.

Then, during the menopause, due to a fall in oestrogen levels the clitoris will become smaller, the labia will become thinner and the pubic hair will often whiten and in some cases fall out. The natural lubrication of the vagina can also experience a decrease.

Aging Vulva

A natural aging involving changes in the shape and function of the vulva and a progressive reduction of all the components of the tissue. Decay and loss of hairs, thinning of the labia. Reduction of melanocytes resulting in decreased skin pigmentation
Reduction of the sebaceous glands and more prominent blood vessels.

How to physiologically rejuvenate the vulva

Vitamin E-based hydrating creams help keep the skin of the area healthy, while the increased production of collagen can give back tone and consistency to the skin.
Increased testosterone levels can also help stimulate cell regeneration, improving the area aesthetically and improving pleasure and the ability to achieve orgasm.


A combination of LED Photo Therapy and Vulva Cosmetic treatment to slow the aging of the vulva both in terms of aesthetics and function, used for both pre and post menopause, stimulating structure to improve tone and elasticity.

LED Photo Bio Modulation

  • An LED is a special diode which lights when connected to an electric circuit, emitting light photons which in this case serve to increase biological activity

  • The photons are emitted at a specified wavelength, stimulating cells and causing a chain of biochemical reactions in the cells.


The photons are emitted at a specified wavelength, stimulating cells and causing a chain of biochemical reactions in the cells.

Other techniques include treatment with:

  • Mitochondia
  • Red and near infra-red
  • Vehiculation