Syneron Candela releases CO2RE Intima  

11 Oct 2017

Global aesthetic device company Syneron Candela has introduced a new treatment aimed at rejuvenating the vagina. 

The CO2RE Intima is said by the company to be a quick, non-surgical, minimum-downtime procedure that addresses concerns which are often considered embarrassing or taboo. The laser energy device is claimed by Syneron Candela to effectively treat vaginal dryness, itching, painful intercourse, skin pigmentation, stress urinary incontinence, vaginal laxity and general vaginal ageing. 

Intima is designed to treat both the external vulva and internal area, delivering controlled energy to the tissue. This aims to stimulate the cells to produce collagen to improve the skin's tone, texture and appearance. The laser delivery to the vaginal wall is also said by the company to stimulate a healing response that enhances moisture levels in the vaginal canal. 

The CO2RE Intima is CE approved and features a hygienic, single-use external handpiece that comes in contact with the area requiring treatment.   


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