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Halo Wand™ Device

Halo Wand™ Device

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The Halo Wand™ effectively assists with vaginal elasticity problems caused by ageing, childbirth, surgery, or hysterectomy. In addition, it is used to treat conditions such as; stress urinary incontinence, vaginal dryness, vaginal atrophy, and pain during intercourse. The Halo Wand™ is a non-invasive vaginal rejuvenation device that helps restore the vagina's natural elasticity. Restore your feminine confidence in a fast and painless treatment done in your home's privacy.

The Halo Wand™ uses RF (Radio Frequency) and High-Intensity Electromagnetic (HIFEM)stimulation simultaneously to revitalize vaginal tissue and muscles. The RF penetrates the inner layers of the vaginal tissue, which creates thermal heat within them, stimulating new collagen and elastin production and encouraging new cell regeneration. This results in the skin lining the vagina becoming firmer and thicker and giving the vagina back its lost suppleness without downtime afterward. Electromagnetic stimulation of the pelvic floor is also a non-invasive treatment method that involves using electrical current to stimulate the pelvic floor muscles. This is achieved by inserting the treatment probe into the vagina. The electrical pulses cause the muscles to contract and relax; this can help strengthen the muscles over time. Its synergistic technologies encourage blood flow to the pelvic region, stimulating the tissue to promote strength, improved wellness, sensation, sexual function, and, most importantly, confidence.

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Medical Research Journals

González-Isaza, P., Sánchez-Borrego, R., Salcedo, F. L., Rodríguez, N., Rizo, D. V., Fusco, I., & Callarelli, S. (2022). Pulsed magnetic stimulation for stress urinary incontinence and its impact on sexuality and health. Medicina-lithuania, 58(12), 1721.

K Ptaszkowski 'Assessment of the Short-Term Effects after High-Inductive Electromagnetic Stimulation of Pelvic Floor Muscles: A Randomized, Sham-Controlled Study'  J Clin Med, 2020 Mar, 9(3): 874.

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