SheLase – Intimate Health

With age and after childbirth, women start noticing symptoms related to their vaginal health that affect their lifestyle on different levels. Vaginal atrophy or dryness is a common symptom in post-menopausal women that is sometimes accompanied by itching or pain that can also be experienced during sexual intercourse.

Stress urinary incontinence is another symptom appearing also in a younger demographic, in some cases already among women 20-45 years old. Women who have undergone childbirth will often notice symptoms of vaginal laxity that can impact their satisfaction with sexual intercourse.

Women can benefit from two vaginal health treatments we have here at our aesthetics clinic in Coventry. They are quick, versatile and can help to transform both your physical and emotional well-being. We have treatments for those looking to improve symptoms of menopause, ageing or post-birth. Every woman is different and we give everyone a bespoke treatment plan to ensure the very best in treating vaginal atrophy or sexual health.

  • Shelase CO2 LASER Treatment


A combination laser technology using CO2 and Erbium, which helps to tighten the vagina and improve stress incontinence. It can be combined with Platelet Rich Fibrin and also with Ozone therapy to enhance results.

From the age of 45+ women suffer with physical conditions associated with vaginal atrophy being stress urinary incontinence, dryness, discomfort, laxity, menopause even with post childbirth causing a negative and distressing effective to a woman’s lifestyle. Shelase treatments have been designed to support and assist these conditions for female wellbeing.

Shelase unlike other vaginal rejuvenation treatments uses mixed technology for fast, reliable and high-quality treatments with no downtime. The mixed technology stimulates new collagen formation, supporting the increase of internal hydration and balance with providing minimal post treatment recovery. In turn shelase provides a safe and effective treatment for all patients dealing with one or more vaginal atrophy symptom.


Fordyce Spots also known as Pearly penile papules – These are benign spots and has been named after John Addison Fordyce, an American dermatologist. They are small ectopic sebaceous glands, which are small less than 3mm in size. These can occur on the penile shaft and scrotum in men. It doesn’t spare the women, it can be seen on the labia. In both men and women we can see it around the mouth on the borders of the lips.

Why is it of concern?

Can be bothersome cosmetically and instils a lot of anxiety about various wider psychological fears, which can result in relationship problems. It is NOT a sexually transmitted condition.

Can it be treated?

You can leave these alone but if it’s bothering you help is available.
Treatments can be offered and have have good results with CO2 Laser or Plasma surgical, which produces low power electrical pulses to sublimate the tissue.

How does the treatment work and can it recur?

It works by stopping the production of sebum, which results in the spots shrinking in size and becoming invisible.  After the treatment small scans can be noticed which fall off naturally. The results can be noticeable in approximately 4 weeks. The spots can recur in due course of time in some and could be retreated.

How long does the treatment take?

The treatment requires a local anaesthetic cream and then the treatment is done, which would depend on how many spots to be treated, average treatment time is 25 to 30 minutes.

Should I have the treatment?

This depends on how this is impacting on your life. It is a normal benign skin problem, but if this doesn’t reassure you and you feel you should have some treatment, then please get in touch with our qualified Doctor. Dr Mishra would be happy to guide you through the best options for treatment at our aesthetic clinic in Coventry.