Vaginal rejuvenation: Each vagina is unique. You don't need to change it unless it's for your health

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Vaginal rejuvenation treatments are becoming increasingly popular around the globe.
Vaginal rejuvenation treatments are becoming increasingly popular around the globe.
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Vaginal rejuvenation treatments are becoming increasingly popular around the globe, and according to the Body + Skin Clinic, South African women are taking more of an interest in these procedures. 

The clinic, founded by gynaecologist Dr Natalia Novikova, has recently opened a new branch at Melrose Arch in Johannesburg, allowing W24 a chance to peek inside and find out more about the services on offer. 

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