Juliet is an ablative laser treatment to tighten and tone the vaginal tissue. It’s a two-step process that begins by first creating controlled micro injuries deep in the skin, which stimulates the body’s natural wound-repair process. That’s then followed by a thermal injury (aka heat), which enhances that process. Together, these steps can enhance collagen production in the deeper layers of the skin, which can help improve the texture and tone of vaginal and vulvar tissue.
Juliet laser treatment benefits go beyond aesthetics. It can purportedly address vaginal dryness, lax vaginal tissue, urinary incontinence, and painful intercourse, particularly after childbirth. It can also serve as a hormone-free treatment for menopause symptoms, including dryness and discomfort.
The treatment is gentle and painless—so much so that an anesthetic isn’t usually required. During the procedure, you’re in a position similar to that of a gynecological exam, while a sterile, single-use wand, which encases the laser, is inserted into the vagina. It rotates briefly—and that’s it. The side effects are similarly minimal. While you may experience some discomfort after treatment, it can be easily addressed with over-the-counter pain medication.
Many can feel the effects within the first week, with patients often reporting the best results in three to four weeks after the Juliet treatment—which, it’s worth noting, is not FDA-approved at this time. To get the maximum benefit, you may need two to three sessions in total, with about four to six weeks between each. This gives your body time to produce new collagen. The results of Juliet laser treatments can last up to a year.
The Juliet is an Er:YAG 2940 nm laser incorporating a unique treatment protocol delivering two passes to the vaginal area to stimulate collagen and revitalize the vaginal tissue to address symptoms associated with vaginal atrophy and vaginal relaxation syndrome.
Unique, 2-pass Approach to Vaginal Health
Juliet delivers two passes to the vaginal wall to improve the symptoms of GSM and VRS.
The first pass creates micro-channels of injury to the tissue, causing immediate contraction and imitation of neocollagenesis and collagen remodeling.
The second pass delivers a thermal injury, which further stimulates the body’s normal wound healing, revitalizing the mucosa, remodeling damaged tissue and inducing formation of new vessels.