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BTL Ultra Femme 360, Reclaim Your Sexual Game

Hey Mamas,

Can we talk about that thing we never about?

Can we talk about the mama drama we experience in the bedroom after pushing out those babies?

Can we talk about women’s intimacy health issues?

Ladies, can we talk about sex, and enjoying it once again?

Recently, I completed a three-part series of  weekly treatments of BTL Aesthetics Ultra Femme 360. This procedure is the newest vaginal rejuvenation treatment that using radio frequency heat to stimulate collagen production and improve blood flow to the downstairs area. This helps heighten sensitivity – winning – while also improve the overall look of the external lips.

 

BTL ULTRA Femme 360 – How it WorksBTL Ultra Femme 360 Pamela Pekerman_1

It’s a non-surgical, virtually painless alternative to vaginoplasty and labiaplasty procedures.  BTL Ultra Femme 360 uses radio-frequency technology to heat internal and external tissues in your most intimate of areas.

A water ­based gel is applied to the skin of the downstairs area, and the radio frequency energy is delivered in pulses as a tip that looks just like male genitals is moved across the area.

The tip is inserted into your vaginal area, releasing heat in a full 360 uniform way. The heat helps the body’s natural processes to stimulate collagen production and restore the vaginal and vulvar areas to a more youthful, pre-pushing-out-baby status.

It takes about 8-minutes for the inner massage (ya, think of it as a heated massage), and 8-minutes for the external area. External is more for the appearance of your vaginal area, helping with labial remodeling. Goodbye floppy outer lips!

I did three sessions, spaced one to two weeks apart. You can do anywhere from 3-4 session to achieve the best results. I may opt to do a yearly maintenance treatment. We’ll see.

For now, I’m VERY happy.

BTL Ultra Femme 360 – What it Feels Like

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I didn’t experience any  irritation during or after the procedure. It simply feels like a warming sensation.

There were a few times when I felt the heat was too much, so my amazing nurse practitioner at JUVA Skin & Laser Center turned down the intensity. She also added more gel, which cooled off the area and I was able to continue in seconds.

Really, it’s so simple and easy, you can do this procedure during your lunch break or while you book a baby sitter for one hour. Ya, book that sitter and do this self-care essential. You and your sexual health deserve it!

BTL Ultra Femme 360 – Where it Helps

  • Increase Blood Flow to Clitoris

  • Increase Sensitivity & Improve Orgasm

  • Plump Outer Genital Lips 

  • Lift and Firm of External General Skin Folds 

  • Tightening of Vaginal Opening  

  • Improvement in Vaginal Lubrication

  • Improvement in Stress Incontinence

Obviously, results will vary. And, you must go to a reputable medical office.BTL Ultra Femme 360 Pamela Pekerman_1

If you’re in the New York City area, I strongly recommend visiting JUVA SKin & Laser Center. Their staff is attentive, friendly and super knowledgeable about the latest and greatest ways to keep it tight and sexy all over.

This was my first ever procedure, all-be-it non-invasive, and I was so hesitant. But, I knew I needed to address my intimacy health issues and provide myself with the utmost love and self care to enjoy bedroom activities.

Everyone at JUVA made me feel comfortable, and provided me with all the knowledge needed to be ready for, what turned out to be, a truly simple, safe and very satisfying experience.

BTL Ultra Femme 360 – Love Your Whole Life

In addition to this procedure, I recommend every woman begin to incorporate pelvic floor exercises into your daily wellness routine.

We do not need to suffer with feminine intimacy issues, incontinence and other mama drama.

Start a conversation with your gynecologist or dermatologist or your physical therapist or your girlfriends about your body post baby. Help is there, you just need to be honest with what’s going on with your body.

Listen to your body. Love your body. Use your body, in good, sexual health!

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DISCLAIMER: This procedure was provided to be free of charge. I did not promise a positive review, but an honest review. All words and opinions are 100% my own. All benefits are 100% my own, too! You will NEVER read anything here that is not honest and vetted by me. No mama has time for bullsh*t. 

4 Simple Pelvic Floor Exercises for New Moms & All Moms

Hey Mamas,

Pregnancy f—, I mean, messes, your body.

One thing many of us don’t hear enough about, until it’s too late, is the importance of pelvic floor exercises.

The pelvic floor muscles hold the pelvic organs in place, we’re talking bladder, rectum and uterus. You can feel the pelvic floor muscles in action if you squeeze as if your preventing yourself from urinating. Click here for a good visual.

Now, that you know what they are, you’re next thoughts might be, is a weak pelvic floor causing:

  • pain during sexual activity
  • week bladder, aka urinary incontinence
  • constipation
  • lower back pain

At one point or another, I could have checked off all of the above. After countless visits to gastroenterologist, rheumatologist, chiropractor and a slew of tests, I finally found salvation with a pelvic floor specialized physical therapist at Duffy & Bracken.

If you are pregnant, talk to your doctor about pelvic floor exercises you can do during your pregnancy. The more you do while you are pregnant, the better off you’ll be once the baby is out. (Did you know in France physical therapy is part of post-natal care?!!

now, here are some pelvic floor exercises I do, that have greatly improves all – ALL – of my symptoms.

Pelvic Floor Exercises: BRIDEPelvic Floor Exercises bridgePelvic Floor Exercises bridge

While lying on your back, tighten your lower abdominal (as if you are about to poop or the feeling of bringing your belly button into floor below you), squeeze your buttocks and then raise your buttocks off the floor to create a bridge with your body.

Hold for 2 seconds and release. Repeat 20 times.

Pelvic Floor Exercises: BRIDGE WITH LEG EXTENSIONPelvic Floor Exercises bridgePelvic Floor Exercises bridge

Stay in raised bridge, as explained above, continue to squeeze your buttocks. The, press your left heel firming into the floor and extend your right leg fully. Make sure to continue squeezing your butt, so that you’re not engaging your lower back.

Hold for 2-seconds. Return your leg to the ground and repeat with the opposite leg. Repeat 10 times on each leg.

If you’re just starting out, you should fully lower the bridge and rest. Work up to a point where you can do a few leg extensions without lowering the bridge or sacrificing form and that good squeeze.

Pelvic Floor Exercises: MODIFIED PLANK ON ELBOWS

Pelvic Floor Exercises modified plankLay face down on the mat and push yourself into a plank. Make sure your elbows are directly under your shoulder blades. Keep your pelvis tucked in. You should feel mostly glutes, core and upper shoulders working.

Neutralize the neck and spine by looking at a spot on the floor about a foot beyond the hands. Your head should be in line with your back.

Hold the position for 20 seconds. As you get more comfortable with the move, hold your plank for as long as possible without compromising form or breath.

Pelvic Floor Exercises: BIRD DOG

Pelvic Floor Exercises Bird DogPelvic Floor Exercises Bird DogBegin on all fours with your hands directly under your shoulders and your knees directly under your hips. Pull your abs in to your spine. (Imagine someone pulling your belly button from the inside.)

Keeping your back and pelvis stable, reach your right arm forward and left leg back. Don’t allow the pelvis to rock side to side as you move your leg behind you. Focus on not letting the rib cage sag toward the floor.

Reach through your left heel to engage the muscles in the back of the leg and your butt. Return to the starting position, placing your hand and knee on the floor.

Do the same movement on the other side. Repeat 10 times on each side.

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