Geneveve by Viveve

Childbirth is one of the most rewarding experiences in life. But vaginal birth can cause unwanted changes in a woman’s body. Geneveve by Viveve is a scientifically proven, nonsurgical non-invasive, discreet treatment option to combat the negative effects of childbirth on vaginal tissue and bothersome bladder leaking and vaginal laxity.

Geneveve is a non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation treatment to tighten the vagina and increase sensation and sexual satisfaction. Women have also found that it can help with urinary incontinence. The device applies radiofrequency energy to the vagina, stimulating the body to produce more collagen, while cooling the surface tissue to avoid discomfort. One treatment session is usually recommended, taking about 30 minutes.

How Geneveve by Viveve Works

Collagen is the substance that keeps our skin and other tissues firm and elastic. When we lose collagen, our tissues become loose and lax. In order to artificially stimulate collagen production, a significant amount of heat is necessary. The deeper the tissue, the more difficult it is to strengthen and tighten tissues long-term without causing heat-related damage.

Using clinically-proven cryogen-cooled monopolar radiofrequency (CMRF), Geneveve allows for the necessary heat energy to penetrate 3-5 mm deep into the connective tissue of the vaginal wall while at the same time providing cooling protection to delicate surface tissue.

Geneveve is safe and effective

What women all over the world love best about Geneveve are the amazing results they can feel. The next best thing is how quick and easy the procedure is. The Geneveve energy-based device is algorithmically-controlled to ensure uniform and comfortable heating and cooling. A one-time, 30 minute, pain-free session lasts up to 12 months.

In addition, Geneveve is one of the few procedures of its kind that has been rigorously tested for safety and efficacy. In a multicenter, blinded, randomized, controlled study, there were no serious adverse effects and 9 out of 10 subjects reported significant improvement of arousal and/or orgasm.