Glamour November 2019

I tried the V-360 - a new vaginal rejuvenation treatment booming in the UK - and here's what happened

Article Type: Press, Online

Publication: Glamour

Published: 06/Nov/2019

I tried the V-360 - a new vaginal rejuvenation treatment booming in the UK - and here's what happened

I consider it a long-term investment.

Here at GLAMOUR HQ, we love nothing more than discovering the latest beauty and wellness treatments and tweakments and we can't help but notice they're moving south and targetting our nether regions.

There's a throng of brands emerging with products and treatments aimed specifically at the upkeep of our vaginas. The latest vaginal tweakment making waves in Hollywood? The V-360 - one I consider a long-term investment.

You see the new “V-360” is not about a ‘designer vagina.” I mean, there is no landing strips and bedazzling going on here. A brand new vaginal rejuvenation treatment to the UK, the V-360 is gaining traction because it’s quick and painless, can be done on a lunch break and enhances your sex life. Here at GLAMOUR, we stand by the motto 'your beauty, your rules', so if it makes you feel better, go for it.

Dr Galyna Selezneva at Dr Rita Rakus is known as London’s “V-Doctor” for looking after some of the UK’s most famous lady bits. Rather than the common preconception that clients would be 50-something mums looking for some kind or restoration and repair - Galyna sees a lot of patients in their 20s and 30s. Some of them have had babies and some consider it maintenance. She says she’s seen a big upswing in interest within the past few months, "Most of my clients that come in for this are getting younger and younger, actually. And for every woman I treat, four or five friends or family follow," she said.

Her method is the Ultrafemme 360 - otherwise known as “V-360“ - which works to keep your vagina taut, tight, less dry and fully functional. Dr Selezneva says, “Very much in the way that we start looking after our skin a bit more in our 30s (the occasional facial, better face creams, maybe Botox), we ought to start looking after our vaginas at around the same time.”

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