You are here

Win a vSulpt and tackle weakened pelvic floors


Your chance to techno-tone your pelvic floor during World Incontinence Week.

A third of women suffer from weakened pelvic floor muscles and tissues leading to gynaecological health challenges, including stress incontinence. The makers of the new device are offering women a chance to tackle their problems discretely at home.

vSculpt is a revolutionary new device designed to address the discomfort and embarrassment of pelvic floor issues. This world-first medical device uses a unique combination of light energy, thermal heat, and therapeutic vibration to help rebuild collagen. vSculpt has been clinically validated to improve stress incontinence, strengthen pelvic muscles, and regenerate the vaginal tissue in 45 days. Designed in partnership with Obstetricians and Gynaecologists it helps women gain control of their pelvic floor when used at home for 10 minutes every other day, over 6-8 weeks. 

Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist Dr Ellis Downes commented “I’ve been very impressed with vSculpt’s clinical research attesting to its safety and its benefits and for many women vSculpt will be a very important option to consider in the range of treatments to improve their urinary condition, so they can get on and improve their quality of life.”

Sculpt is available from and for £375.  

Competition closing date

Sunday, 16 July 2017 - 11:59pm

Competition prize

To win a vSculpt; simply answer the question below:-

This competition is now closed. Winners will be announced shortly.

More competitions