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You're Not Alone. Millions of women experience pelvic floor issues.

vSculpt is the simple and effective solution to tone, tighten, and rejuvenate the vaginal tissue and muscles of your pelvic floor. vSculpt PRO , featuring additional LED power, a 12-minute treatment time, and 10 therapeutic vibration modes, allows you to achieve maximum results faster. vSculpt PRO is sold exclusively by medical professionals.



Women have turned to vaginal surgery, which is costly and painful, medications that often have significant side effects, or Kegel exercisers that are generally ineffective.


Until now, there were no viable, effective, pain-free, and enjoyable at-home solutions that solved the pelvic floor and vaginal issues experienced by millions of women.


Utilizing a unique blend of therapeutic light, gentle heat, and sonic vibration, vSculpt tones your pelvic floor area.


Discover vSculpt

Who has time to exercise, let alone do endless Kegels? Just lie back, relax, and enjoy what vSculpt can do for you.

  • Quick: Less than 10 minutes per day

  • Effective: 9 out of 10 women experience results*

  • Safe: Non-surgical, noninvasive, and hormone-free

  • Easy: Use in the comfort and privacy of your home

Restore your vaginal tissue and tone your pelvic floor muscles for better bladder control, sensitivity, lubrication, and overall intimate health.


vSculpt utilizes an innovative combination of technologies–therapeutic light, gentle heat, and sonic technology. The result: a stronger, rejuvenated pelvic floor, and greater self-confidence. Used with our proprietary Photonic Gel, vSculpt's results are enhanced.


Red Light Therapy

  • • Energizes cells to increase their natural production of collagen and elastin

  • • Helps repair nerve damage and improves muscle tone

  • • Used professionally for skincare and rehabilitation in medical clinics and doctors' offices worldwide

  • • Invented in the 1960s by NASA


Infrared Light with Gentle Heat

  • • Raises blood flow in the perineal region, which increases delivery of oxygen, proteins, and nutrients to the perineal muscles and tissue for healing


Sonic Technology

  • • Helps tighten the muscles of the pelvic floor to increase muscle tone

  • • Allows light energy to more effectively penetrate the tissue

  • • Provides a pleasurable sensation


Photonic Gel

  • • Ultra-concentrated, water-based gel

  • • Supports the transfer of light into the tissue

  • • Helps moisturize and protect tissue

  • • Makes vSculpt more enjoyable to use


It has been conservatively estimated that one in three women experiences some form of pelvic floor disorder (PFD) including poor voluntary muscle control, diminished sensation, muscular weakening of the pelvic floor, vaginal laxity, and/or lack of vaginal lubrication. Women who have experienced a vaginal birth or menopause also often complain of urinary incontinence, pain during sex, a loss of vaginal sensation, or decreased pleasure during sexual intercourse. Below are the most common PFDs:

  • Bladder leakage or urinary incontinence: Two main urinary incontinence disorders include stress urinary incontinence and urge incontinence (overactive bladder). Stress incontinence results in involuntary loss of urine due to an increase in intra-abdominal pressure such as coughing, sneezing, exercise, or laughing. Urge incontinence occurs when you have a sudden urge to urinate and cannot hold the urine in, causing leakage.

  • Vaginitis and pelvic pain: Vaginitis is inflammation of the vagina that can result in discharge, itching, and pain. Pelvic pain, which can be caused by many pelvic disorders, can result in physical, psychological, and emotional distress.

  • Female sexual arousal dysfunction (FSAD): FSAD is characterized by persistent, recurrent problems with sexual response, attaining and maintaining sexual arousal, achieving orgasm, or pain.

  • Pelvic organ prolapse: Pelvic organ prolapse is the dropping of one or more of the pelvic organs such as the uterus, cervix, bladder, or rectum. These organs may then push against the walls of the vagina, causing a protrusion at or near the vaginal opening that can be uncomfortable and/or cause issues with sexual activity, urination, or bowel function.

  • Vaginal dryness: Most common near menopause when hormone levels change, vaginal dryness (atrophy) results when vaginal walls become thinner and inflamed, causing decreased lubrication.

Female participants who used vSculpt reported the following results, among others:

  • 90% had less urinary incontinence

  • 95% felt improved vaginal tightness

  • 91% no longer experienced uncomfortable vaginal dryness with sex

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