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DiVaTyte is a non-ablative laser that rejuvenates skin in the external feminine area.  Women experiencing skin quality issues in the labial area (i.e., loose or sagging skin) resulting from childbirth or hormonal decline can benefit from DiVaTyte.

DiVaTyte utilizes powerful comfortable contact cooling to protect the surface skin layers while permitting safe infrared light energy to heat the deeper skin layers where collagen and elastin reside.

Raising the temperature of the tissue initiates a repair and remodeling response in the area, leading to improved texture, tone, and appearance in the labial area.

Patients have reported the following benefits of DiVaTyte™ treatment:

  • Improvement in labial tightness
  • Enhancement of labial appearance
  • Improvement in labial texture and color
  • Better tone in external vaginal area

The Procedure

DiVaTyte is a quick, pain free, no downtime in-office procedure.  DiVaTyte is a non-ablative treatment using selected wavelengths of light penetrating deep into the skin layers.  A specially designed cooling crystal delivers therapeutic light through the Broad Band Light (BBL) hand-piece, by gently massaging the exterior vaginal skin.

This 10-minute procedure results in a more pleasing appearance, as well as increased tone and texture in the labial area.

For best results, a series of treatments is recommended.  DiVaTyte is also combined with the DiVaTyte internal rejuvenation treatment for optimization.

Why New You Medical

The sexual health specialists at New You Medical & Surgery Center are dedicated to alternative and holistic options for female sexual dysfunction. They have established a clinical protocol using a combination of safe, effective, and relevant technologies and therapies to improve female sexual dysfunction and sexual desire issues.

At your consultation, our specialist will tailor this protocol to your specific goals and situation.

To learn more about the DiVaTyte™ treatment, contact a New You Medical patient advocate today.