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Woman reveals that sunbathing her vagina for two hours a day "increased her libido"


One woman amazed her social media users after finding out she was sunbathing her vagina for two hours a day.

Letícia Martins, known as Lunna Leblanc, 23, who is originally from Brazil, shared a snippet on her Instagram page where she was able to show off her vulva as part of her morning sun routine.

The 23-year-old argued that "exposing private parts to the sun" "can provide more energy" and "increase libido", adding that it "can also help you sleep well".

Social media users were stunned by the rapid snap, and many left shocked emoji faces on Lunna's comments.

Letícia Martins, known as Lunna Leblanc, 23, who is originally from Brazil, surprised her social media users after she revealed that she sunbathes her vagina for two hours a day

She shared the snapshot and wrote, “Nothing is better than a morning sun.

"Did you know that by exposing your private parts to the sun, you can get more energy, increase your libido, improve your circadian rhythm (which regulates the entire function of the human body) and still help you sleep well?"

She continued, "What do you think of this experience?"

Some of her followers said they initially thought the shot was a little seedy given the angle, but Lunna corrected them quickly.

The Only Fan Star said the practice helps increase libido and created it by giving her more energy throughout the day

The Only Fan Star said the practice helps increase libido and created it by giving her more energy throughout the day

She said, "If that were really the case, Instagram would have deleted the photo and blocked my account."

The model moved to the United Arab Emirates after the second wave of coronavirus and spoke about how being banned without sex affected her.

She revealed: & # 39; It was traumatic. I don't want a lock without sex anymore. Nobody can take it. & # 39;

According to the Daily Star, Lunna spent a staggering £ 23,000 on plastic surgery before opening an OnlyFans account.

The Brazilian argued that "exposing private parts to the sun" "can provide more energy" and "increase libido", adding that it can also "help you sleep well".

The Brazilian argued that "exposing private parts to the sun" "can provide more energy" and "increase libido", adding that it can also "help you sleep well".

She said, “I made liposculptures and put prostheses in my breasts. I also had buttocks bioplastics, rhinoplasty, and multiple facials. & # 39;

"The goal is not to use Photoshop on my photos on OnlyFans," she added. "I don't want to be accused of using filters."

Lunna isn't the first person to make fun of the benefits of sunbathing in more intimate areas of the body.

Last year, snapshots of a self-proclaimed healer went viral after she argued that just 30 seconds of sun in the subregions equates to a day in the sun, fully clothed sleep and "so much creativity in life".

Lunna isn't the first person to say the unusual practice has health benefits after a California social media user went viral last year while the perineum was basking.

Lunna isn't the first person to say the unusual practice has health benefits after a California social media user went viral last year while the perineum was basking.

Meagan, California, shared a moment on her Instagram page practicing "Perineum Sunning," exposing the area between her anus and vulva as part of her "daily ascent routine" to the sun.

A Twitter user shocked social media users when they shared Meagan's post online in a now viral section Tweetand writes: "The people out here chug with the sunlight."

Meagan posted on her Instagram page that Perineum Sunning gave her a variety of health benefits, and suggested it was "an ancient Taoist practice that has been around for a while!".

DOES SUN BATH INCREASE YOUR LIBIDO?

Sexual health expert at Women's Health Clinic Aly Dilks explained that vitamin D is tremendously important to our wellbeing – especially when it comes to getting in the sack.

"In terms of the chemicals it stimulates, testosterone is most responsible for our sex drive. Studies show that the sun is a major contributor to its production," she told Whimn.

“Think back to the times of the cavemen. Those men, who catch animals in the sun all day, still needed the energy to come back and reproduce to save their breed. That is nature in its roughest form. & # 39;

Interestingly, vitamin D deficiency in women can lead to lower levels of estrogen, which is linked to lower libido.

Estrogen also keeps the muscles in the vaginal wall healthy and creates a discharge – making it easier to perform positions in the bedroom when you are turned on.

The lack of the "sex vitamin" not only makes you unwilling to go to bed with your partner, it also makes you drier than normal – making intercourse uncomfortable when you do so.

The same thing happens to men, but it is testosterone that they start to lose.

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