Gynaeco-aesthetic treatments have experienced a growing worldwide demand and have become one of the fastest growing disciplines, due to women searching for solutions to correct imperfections in the intimate area.
Intimate hyperpigmentation is a growing concern. The negative impact on the patient's physical and psycho-emotional well-being is leading to increasing consultations in daily gynaecological practice.
Pigmentation in the intimate area is multifactorial in origin: the ageing of tissue, a genetic predisposition and external factors, such as rubbing of the skin, depilation, wearing tight clothing and hormonal changes (due to using contraceptives, pregnancy, etc.), can cause the intimate area to darken.