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Jermaine Pennant’s model wife has 15-minute vaginal rejuvenation op to boost confidence and says ‘he’s not complaining’

THE wife of footballer Jermaine Pennant has shared her joy after undergoing a ‘vaginal rejuvenation’.

Glamour model Alice Goodwin, 33, said the 15-minutes non-surgical cosmetic procedure had been a "game-changer".

The Instagram beauty, who lives in Staffordshire, admits she wanted to have the procedure after she struggled to feel sexy during a lingerie shoot.

Alice, who has 335k followers, said that she had noticed a difference in her body following the birth of her daughter 11 years ago.

But she says that the treatment has not only boosted her body confidence but also her love life with the football ace, who appeared on Big Brother in 2018.

She said: "I now feel fantastic inside and outside. And let’s just say, Jermaine is not complaining."

Alice explained: "As a model I make my living by keeping in shape but like all women, I found pregnancy really changed my body.

"While I worked hard to get strong and toned externally, over the years I’ve noticed that my vaginal muscles are not as strong as they once were.

"I remember doing a really hot Valentine’s photo-shoot last year and wearing gorgeous lacy red lingerie.

"I got so many compliments and likes on Instagram but while I looked sexy on the outside, I was conscious that internally, as a woman, things could be better.

Let’s just say, Jermaine is not complaining

Alice Goodwin

"There’s too much of a taboo around women’s vaginas and we need to be more open about it and what’s available to improve our quality of life.

"Don’t suffer in silence I say.

"After doing my research I opted for FemiLift.

"It’s basically vaginal muscle tightening using a simple, pain-free laser wand."

Alice says former Arsenal and Liverpool player Jermaine was "supportive" when she revealed her concerns about the laxity within her vaginal wall.

She added: "Jermaine was so supportive about my concerns that things ‘down there’ just haven’t been as tight as they used to be.

"It’s just something a woman knows about even if her man is happy.

"I’ve also had concerns about ‘lady leaks’ as any woman does and it’s definitely helped in that department too."

Alice, who is a sizzling star on Babestation and regularly lauded as one of the sexiest women in the UK, underwent three 15-minute sessions at DD Clinical - one of the top aesthetic health and holistic beauty centres in the north.

Jermaine came with Alice to her procedure to make sure everything went smoothly.

Alice said: "Jermaine came with me and held my hand in my final two sessions. It was a really sweet and loving experience with a fair few giggles along the way.

"It’s not at all painful or embarrassing at all. In fact, it’s quite relaxing and there was certainly for me an almost immediate effect within 24 hours.

"Now, I feel extra confident about my body. It’s a wonderful gift to yourself for any woman especially post-birth or those wanting to boost their sex life."

Now, I feel extra confident about my body

Alice Goodwin

Jermaine added: “Alice to me is already the most beautiful and sexy woman in the world but when she told me she wanted to give the treatment a go, I was all for it.

"I totally support her in wanting to look and feel her best."

FemiLift requires three sessions lasting just 10 to 15 minutes each.

And she's not alone in her enthusiasm for the procedure - vaginal rejuvenation is one of the fastest growing non-surgical cosmetic trends in the USA, and the demand in the UK is growing.

Thousands of British women are now embracing ‘vajuvenaton’ - aka non-surgical vaginal laser rejuvenation - with results boosting sexual sensation in as little as three sessions.

Crucially, the pain-free, simple procedure dramatically improves post-pregnancy and menopausal vaginal laxity issues such as urinary incontinence.

It's a safe and minimally-invasive laser treatment which, according to FemiLift, has helped over 200,000 women world-wide reap the benefits.

It must be carried out by a medically trained doctor or gynaecologist.

There are very little to no side-effects and practically no downtime which means women can resume their everyday life immediately after the procedure, with many opting to get the treatment done on their lunch break.

As well as boosting sex life, the treatment is designed for women who suffer with urinary leaking such as SUI stress urinary incontinence - one of the most common health concerns among women over 30 with up 69 per cent of women experiencing it at some point in their lives.

What is non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation?

Laser vaginal rejuvenation is designed to reduce the size of the actual vaginal canal.

Women also have it to prevent urinary incontinence - which affects seven million women in the UK.

Laser technology heats the insides of the vagina, reportedly boosting blood supply and growth of tissue inside - therefore making it 'tighter' and more sensitive.

According to FemiLift, to date over 200,000 procedures have been carried out world-wide.

Non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation is also a wonderfully effective treatment for menopausal women too as it helps boost laxity.

"Only medically trained experts should carry out the treatment," stresses DD Clinical’s director Daniela Dobbin.

"Our team of top doctors usually recommend avoiding sex for about 48 hours after the treatment.

"We’ve the very latest in aesthetic laser technology and the results are often life-changing.

"We don’t just focus on visible improvements at DD Clinical but holistic changes – inside and out - that really boost a woman’s confidence as a whole."

Alice Goodwin is an ambassador for the DD Clinical’s #BeautyInsideOut campaign to celebrate beauty and body confidence holistically, inside and out, which launches in March.

To find out more about the treatment you can visit DD Clinical here. 

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