A supermodel from Brazil is claiming that she managed to increase her sex drive by sunbathing her vagina for two hours every day.

“Nothing better than a morning sun…,” 23 year-old Letícia Martins, who goes by Lunna Leblanc, wrote on Instagram alongside a photo showing her naked body and legs spread in the sun.

“Did you know that exposing your private parts to the sun can provide you with more energy, increase your libido, improve circadian rhythm (which regulates the entire functioning of the human body) and still help you get a good night’s sleep?” she added, writing in Portuguese. “What did you think of this experience?”

While most of the comments on the viral image were praising Martins for her body, others warned about the potential dangers of sun exposure.

“If you want to upload more juicy content do it but don’t mess with practices that can be fatal,” one person commented, chastising Martins and warning the bikini influencer “don’t mislead your followers.”

Daily Mail reported that Martins moved back to the United Arab Emirates following the second wave of coronavirus, and she has been open about how months without sex in lockdown affected her.

“It was traumatizing,” she said. “I don’t want a lockdown without sex anymore. Nobody can take it.”

Martins has been open about the fact that she spent tens of thousands of dollars on plastic surgery.

“I did liposculpture, put prostheses in my breasts. I’ve also had butt bioplasty, rhinoplasty and several facial procedures,” she said.

The New York Post reported that while there have been studies that link Vitamin D to changes in a person’s sex drive, Martins did not cite any science in her post about sunbathing her vagina. There was a trend last year among wellness influencers involving pointing one’s private parts to the skies, but medical experts immediately dismissed the benefits behind this practice.

“There is no evidence that sunbathing in this way has any effect on physical well-being,” Dr. Diana Gall of UK-based online doctor service Doctor 4 U said at the time. “Yes, practicing mindfulness and meditation, and getting your dose of vitamin D, is beneficial for mental and physical health, but you don’t need to damage your skin in the process from sun exposure.”

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