LONDON, April 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Today in London, Joylux launches vSculpt, a home-use
vSculpt, the brainchild of high-tech beauty executive and first-time mom Colette Courtion, was designed in partnership with obstetricians and gynecologists and included input from over 2,300 women who shared insights into their own intimate health problems and what they wanted in a home-use solution. After more than three years of development, extensive testing, clinical studies, and recent attainment of its CE mark for medical devices in Europe, vSculpt is ready to make its European debut in the UK.
vSculpt has been clinically validated to decrease bladder leakage, strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor, and improve sexual function in as few as 45 days, leading to a better quality of life. In a 2016 clinical study of 45 women, study participants reported the following:
"As an Obstetrician and Gynecologist, I see women on a regular basis with bladder leakage and vaginal dryness. To have a noninvasive method to treat this resonates strongly with my desire to achieve the best clinical and holistic outcomes for my patients. I am encouraged that vSculpt has proven results and is based on sound healing principles that address both vaginal tissue and muscles," says Dr. Sarah de la Torre.
vSculpt is launching in the UK today. vSculpt is not yet cleared in the United States by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and is not available for sale in the US.
Please contact Heather Dazell at firstname.lastname@example.org or 844-872-8578.
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SOURCE Joylux, Inc.
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