3D-lipo Launch Women’s Health Campaign in association with 3D-Vjuve
3D-lipo have launched a powerful campaign to raise awareness and break the taboo surrounding urinary incontinence which affects over 7 million women in the UK alone. The company are urging women to speak up about women’s health issues. Many women suffer in silence and face embarrassing situations, and one lady, Tanya Bardsley of Real Housewives of Cheshire, has spoken out on national television after admitting to suffering for over 9 years.
The reality star and mum of four, admits that since giving birth she has experienced problems with running, jumping and even horse riding.
This year Tanya couldn’t deal with the problem anymore and contacted 3D-Lipo about their new vaginal rejuvenation machine, the 3D-Vjuve.
The procedure is fast, painless, safe and highly effective.
The 3D-Vjuve CO2 laser delivers energy into the vaginal skin resulting in a heating response stimulating new collagen production, thus improving the thickness of the vaginal lining. It targets problems such as urinary incontinence, vaginal atrophy, dryness and recurring infections, all of which have a potential to affect our quality of life and self-confidence.
Tanya has found a new lease of life since her treatment saying “this machine is a god send,” “I really wanted to have the procedure as I have had four children and every time I laughed, coughed, sneezed or ran, I would wee myself a little bit. The final straw came when I took my youngest to a trampoline party and I had to leave as I weed myself so bad it was down to my knees. I was mortified.”
For Tanya, the results have shown not only in her day to day life, but in the bedroom, too. She reveals, “It’s done wonders for our sex life, and now I’m not worrying about popping to the shop and weeing myself, everything is a lot tighter down there now and it’s all due to the 3D-Vjuve.”
Tanya Bardsley was featured as a guest on ITV’s Loose Women on the 19th July to discuss how she has suffered for over 9 years with urinary incontinence to raise awareness to women around the UK and urge them to speak up.
This is fantastic brand exposure for 3D-lipo’s latest launch, the 3D-Vjuve which Tanya credits for helping to alleviate her symptoms of urinary incontinence.
Clinics offering the treatment have achieved national exposure off the back of Tanya’s appearance, which in turn benefit their businesses by highlighting nationally where women can seek help with the result driven 3D-Vjuve treatment for vaginal rejuvenation. This in turn will drive clients through their doors, which is always the aim of 3D-lipo as a brand, to create national PR campaigns to raise brand awareness and support their clinics by directing traffic straight to them.
“Remember, when you buy from 3D-lipo, you buy more than just a machine, you become part of a winning team, and will share in the success of the 3D-Brand Name!
For more information on 3D-Vjuve visit www.3d-lipo.co.uk