Intima treatments have been demonstrated to significantly restore normal vaginal architecture and environment improving sexual function and urinary symptoms.
Beautiful fresh unblemished and line free skin without surgery.
“I would like to thank you for allowing me the opportunity to trial the Co2re Intima. The procedure was explained to me thoroughly and I had complete confidence in you both, and the procedure, as I have known Amanda for many years and that she would never recommend or use a product that you did not totally believe in yourself. During the procedure I could feel a slight discomfort but no pain, I felt a slight tingling sensation for 20-30 minutes after the procedure. I received excellent after care instruction and really appreciated your telephone calls afterwards. I know that a lot of ladies would be embarrassed to discuss symptoms such as lax vaginal walls and some urinary symptoms which present particularly following childbirth but you made me feel so at ease. This is an absolute must for any lady out there who is having concerns re vaginal laxity, or urinary symptoms. I have read other reviews also and they are so positive, at last there is a treatment that can help with rather than just feeling as though we have to accept such things. I am delighted with this treatment and will have no hesitation in recommending it and both Amanda and Dr. Iwona. Thank you once again. “
Sharon, 46 Glasgow
“I could not recommend this treatment highly enough. It was so easy to do and painfree,and has no downtime at all. Looking forward to being able to go jogging again.”
Lisa 52, Glasgow
Laser Aesthetics PractitionerAmanda Pook, has worked and owned her own Aesthetic Laser Practice for the past 20 years, she purchased her first laser for hair removal in 1999, and has upgraded and invested in many leading lasers since then.
GP and Aesthetic PractitionerDr Iwona Rendall Reid MBChB, DFFP is a General Practitioner with 22 years clinical experience including obstetrics & gynaecology, Family Planning performing minor procedures in General Practice.
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