The Wellness Revolution Podcast with Amber Shaw

TWR 241: At-Home Vaginal Rejuvenation: How It Works + Is It Worth It? with Lana Kerr, Creator of CO2LiftV

Do you miss the juiciness of your 20s? Tired of dry, painful sex? Need a refresh *down there*? In this Wellness Revolution Podcast, I’m joined by Lana Kerr, Founder and CEO of Lumisque Skincare, creator of the groundbreaking CO2LiftV, and fierce advocate for women’s health issues, particularly those related to aging and menopause. Today, we’re exploring the world of modern vaginal rejuvenation! More specifically, Lana and I are discussing the effects of aging and decreased vaginal blood flow on women’s health, recent advancements in vaginal rejuvenation, and the modern, safe treatments available to you today.

So, what is CO2LiftV? CO2LiftV is an at-home gel you can apply to increase blood flow to the vulva. This breakthrough technology is leading hundreds of thousands of women to feel increased sensation, decreased pain and dryness, reverse clitoral atrophy, and reclaim their sexual health and confidence.

Get ready to learn a lot about your lady parts because I’m asking Lana ALL the questions and getting all the details, so tune in! Plus, check out the link in the resources to get a juicy discount on CO2Lift and CO2LiftV!

 “When you have challenges down there, it’s simply a result of the physiology of aging, which can be, thanks to technology, reversed.” – Lana Kerr

Key Highlights:

  • How aging and decreased vaginal blood flow impact women’s health.
  • What is carboxytherapy and how does it work?
  • The research-backed benefits of non-invasive carboxytherapy (CO2Lift/CO2LiftV).
  • The differences between in-office vaginal rejuvenation and at-home CO2LiftV.
  • What is clitoral atrophy and how do you treat it with CO2LiftV?
  • Who is CO2LiftV made for? Do you need a prescription?
  • The best time to start using CO2LiftV.
  • How many treatments you need to see results.
  • How safe is it to use?
  • Can I use CO2LiftV while on HRT? Do they work well together?
  • Tips for balancing and maintaining vaginal pH.

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