The ‘VR-Shot,’ or ‘Vaginal rejuvenation shot,’ increases sensitivity and sensation in women to improve sex. In addition to building collagen, it relieves stress that leads to urinary incontinence by supporting the urethra.

The VR-Shot uses medical-grade natural growth factors, including collagen, fibrin, elastin, and carefully extracted platelets. Best of all, it is all-natural! Because it comes from your bloodstream, there is nothing foreign or manufactured. Following numbing of the treated area, the growth factors are injected into the space between the urethra and the vaginal opening. As a result, collagen is produced, which helps support the urethra, decrease stress urinary incontinence, and create healthier vaginal tissue. These injections also increase the nerves and blood vessels in the clitoral area! You will most likely experience its full effects after three months.

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Among the benefits of the VR-Shot are.

  • More frequent & stronger orgasms.
  • Helps vaginal dryness.
  • Increased sensitivity.
  • Decreases pain from painful intercourse.
  • Quick results!
  • Can be used to treat urinary incontinence.
  • Tighten vaginal skin.
  • Virtually painless.

Contact Skin Suite Medspa in Brookhaven, GA, by calling or texting us for a consultation to see if the VR-Shot is right for you. For your convenience, you may book your VR-Shot appointment online.


A single, quick injection of natural growth factors helps to enhance a woman’s orgasm response with the VR-Shot (also known as the “Vaginal rejuvenation Shot”).


Each person responds differently to the VR-Shot. Some patients claim to have seen results immediately. Most patients, however, have to wait about two weeks for the growth factors to fully engage, with the most significant benefit generally occurring after 3-4 months.


If you have a low sex drive, sexual problems, urinary incontinence, or any of the other common gynecological issues, you might be a candidate.

VR-Shot results typically last between 14 and 18 months, depending on the patient. Women typically repeat the procedure every 18 to 24 months on average.