Brand Ambassador Search: Aesthetics at The Gate

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Some things in life you just have to learn to live with, but those little oops moments don’t need to be one of them anymore.

With figures showing that one in three women in the UK suffer from urinary incontinence, it’s far more common than you think, so why learn to live with the issue when there is now a treatment available that could help solve your problem?

With 3D-VJuve at Beauty at The Gate you can start your journey to reclaiming your intimate health.

Try our revolutionary new treatment for free…


To celebrate the arrival of 3D-Vjuve at Beauty at The Gate one lucky lady will receive a three session course of the new treatment (worth £1,000) completely free.

Do you fall in to one of the following categories?

  1. Does the thought of climbing on a trampoline terrify you? If you are aged between 25-40 and suffer from issues following childbirth then we want to hear from you as 3D-VJuve can help to restore your feminine health after having children.

  2. If you are one of the 50% of women over 50 suffering from the effects of menopause such as urinary incontinence, vaginal atrophy, dryness or reoccurring UTIs then 3D-Vjuve is the treatment you have been looking for.

If you think you could benefit from a free course of 3D-Vjuve then we would love to hear from you!

What is 3D VJuve?

3D-Vjuve is an advanced device offering a minimally invasive procedure that embraces CO2 technology to provide a clinical solution for various feminine concerns. The procedures are fast, painless, safe and provide highly effective results.

Life events such as childbirth, weight fluctuation and hormonal changes may overstretch and damage vaginal tissue and the pelvic floor as well as alter mucosal tone of the vaginal wall. These changes can lead to urinary incontinence, vaginal atrophy, dryness and cause recurring infections all of which have a potential effect on the quality of life and self confidence.

The 3D-Vjuve CO2 laser delivers superficial energy into vaginal skin which creates tiny white ablated dots of damaged tissue on the mucosal tissue inside the vaginal canal. The resulting heating response stimulates new collagen production improving the thickness of the vaginal lining. A secondary benefit is in the improvement of urinary incontinence. Studies indicate that up to 30% of women aged between 30 and 60 suffer from this condition. 3D-Vjuve is a safe and effective treatment for this common indication, enabling an enhanced quality of life, quickly with no downtime. We treat the entire pre-urethal space, increasing the thickness of the vaginal walls thus providing better support to the mid urethra underside. The result is a significant reduction in SUI symptoms, improved control of urination and long term continence. In addition to the vaginal tightening.

What do I need to do?

If you would like to be in with the opportunity of trying this revolutionary new treatment, completely free, then we want to hear from you.

Firstly, make sure to follow both Beauty at the Gate and Aesthetics at The Gate on both Facebook and Instagram.

Once you’ve connected with us socially, send us a message via Facebook or email ( letting us know why you think you would make a good ambassador for our new treatment. We need to know how old you are, where you live and how you think you would benefit from the treatment as well as a recent photo of yourself.

Brand Ambassador requirements: The not so small print

The successful Ambassador will receive a free course of THREE treatments at the salon (worth £1,000).

Brand Ambassadors must have either a Facebook or Instagram account (preferably both).

The successful applicant will appear in promotional materials for the salon so must be happy to have their photograph taken and talk about their experience (on video). Promotional material will include, but may not be limited to, case studies, photos, videos, quotes, in-house magazine articles, advertisements and social media content. We understand the intimate nature of this treatment and therefore would ask people to make sure they are happy to discuss their issues openly before applying.

If you would like any further details, please do not hesitate to get in touch.