As a spa or salon owner, you're constantly on the lookout for new technology and up-to-date methods for providing clients with all the services they want and more. A recent development that has hit the Med spa industry by storm is laser vaginal tightening. Vaginal tightening is done by the use of a laser that has been specifically designed for this sort of treatment. It helps to restore tissue tone and tighten the vaginal wall.

The laser is a long, thin, cylinder shaped device that helps to strengthen collagen in the vaginal area. The vaginal laser tightening device is thermally heated and is inserted into a woman's vagina. Said heat is designed to regenerate collagen and elastin to provide a woman's vagina with the tightening effect that she is looking for. It only takes about 30 minutes all together and most women only need two sessions with a touch-up at the end of the year. Because it is considered a medical device, only those who are clinically trained are permitted to use the device.

It appears that most women will have slight swelling and bruising even though the treatment is pretty much painless. Any post-treatment tenderness should subside within a week. Clients return home the same day and can go back to work in a week.

The majority of women who are looking for vaginal tightening are typically those who have already had babies by natural childbirth. You may offer several different services that provide beauty results for your clients, and the vaginal tightening laser is just another one that will help to give your clients the confidence and comfort they are looking for.

Because the use of a laser vaginal tightening device is considered a medical procedure, it is important for your spa to at least have medical spa specific liability coverage. Allied Beauty Experts offers comprehensive grade "A" liability coverage for vaginal tightening under the Medispa III portion of our policy.

Vaginal laser tightening is fast becoming one of the most popular procedures to be requested at many medi-spas in the U.S. The price can range from $3,000 to about $10,000 and usually includes 3 treatments and a touch-up.