I don't love the term "vaginal rejuvenation" because it's kinda vague. It would be like calling Botox "facial rejuvenation". It's not wrong, per se, it just doesn't tell the story.
So instead, I like to call each vaginal procedure just what it is. With the photo progression below you'll get my point. On the left is the preop view in a woman who had 3 vaginal deliveries and a history of several perineal tears during childbirth. She was unhappy with intercourse and the feeling of being "loose" as well as displeased with the appearance of her labia being "messy".
So the left is PRE, the middle is AFTER TIGHTENING and the right is AFTER LABIAPLASTY. Taken right in the OR so the appearance will evolve as she heals over the next 4-6 weeks.
Is this vaginal rejuvenation? Definitely! Is that vague? Yes! Is it easier to say than perineoplasty/vaginoplasty followed by labiaplasty? For sure. But knowledge is power so we might as well use our doctor words, shall we?
Tightening = vaginoplasty/perineoplasty
Labia minora reduction = labiaplasty