CO2LiftV Mask

Vaginal Rejuvenation At Home / Hormone-Free Treatment System! First Proven Carboxy Gel for Vulva/Vagina.

CO2LiftV restores the youthful functionality of the vagina by infusing the area with carbon dioxide. That process of infusing the area with carbon dioxide forces the body to rush oxygen-rich blood to the tissue, helping to regenerate the cells and improve the following:
  • GSM Symptoms
    • Dryness
    • Burns
    • Itching
    • Dyspareunia
  • Loss of Sensitivity
  • Vaginal Laxity
  • Urinary Incontinence
  • Cosmetic Problems
  • Vaginal relaxation syndrome (VRS)

CO2LiftV regenerates the tissue and improves:

  • Dryness/Lubrication
  • Itching/Burning
  • Dyspareunia
  • Sensitivity
  • Urinary Incontinence
  • Lichen Sclerosus
  • Cosmetic Appearance


Physiological Effects of Carboxytherapy

  • Vasodilation*
  • Increase in Flow Motion*
  • Increase in Growth Factors (eg VEGF)**
  • Increase in Microcirculation*
  • Increase in Neoangiogenesis***
  • Increase in [PO2] Bohr Effect**
  • Neoprocollagenesis****
  • Correction of pH


  • FAQs

Who is CO2LiftV for?

  • Women for self-care and general intimate health
  • New Mothers
  • Menopausal Women
  • Women on prescription medication
  • Women concerned about the vulva’s cosmetic appearance
  • Women who have had chemotherapy
  • Women with a history of breast cancer who have GSM symptoms but cannot take estrogen
  • Women with Lichen Schlerosus
  • Women with PCOS

What is Carboxytherapy?

Therapeutic use of carbon dioxide (CO2) to create a  natural vasodilator. The blood vessels widen, increasing the transport of oxygen to body tissues for cellular regeneration and anti-inflammatory effects. Since 1933, carboxytherapy has referred to either subcutaneous injection of CO2 or percutaneous application in a warm bath. When administered subcutaneously or transdermally, CO2 immediately diffuses at the cutaneous and muscular microcirculatory levels, resulting in higher tissue oxygenation and neoangiogenesis.

What is CO2Lift Carboxy Therapy Gel?

• An in-office or take-home treatment created in 2015 that is proven to have similar results to injections.*
• Beneficial to all providers: surgical, aesthetic, medical, and aestheticians.
• Powerful anti-aging and aesthetic solution designed for the face, eyes, body, and vagina.
• Increased hydration by 117% compared to baseline, post-treatment for up to 3 weeks.**
• Regenerates the vulva/vaginal tissue and reduces the symptoms of GSM.***
• Effective for healing diabetic ulcers in as little as 4 treatments.****

Drawbacks of Traditional Carboxytherapy

  • Painful injections
  • Must be done in office
  • Equipment
  • Cost


Mechanism of Action

An increase in oxygen produces the energy necessary for cell division and activation.

CO2 Skin Absorption Absorption of CO2 leads to a deficiency of oxygen beneath the skin and causes the body to supply more oxygen.

Expansion of Capillary
Blood brings 
oxygen into the body, and the blood vessels expand.

Supply of Nutrients and O2 to the Cells
Blood supplies oxygen 
as well as nutrients and immunoregulatory substances to the cells.


Biopsy-Confirmed: Lichen Sclerosus

  • Lichen sclerosus treatment is very limited (corticosteroids)
  • After CO2LiftV treatments, patients exhibited:
    • Relief of burning and itching
    • Repair broken skin from scratching
    • Improves appearance
    • Reduce burning with urination
    • Improve lubrication during sexual intercourse


CO2LiftV Clinical Study Conclusion

  • Progressive and cumulative
  • Transcutaneous CO2liftV gel can be used as a base treatment to regenerate the VVA, reducing GM's symptoms and signs.
  • Transdermal CO2LiftV gel can be combined with low-dose estrogens for a short period of time.
  • It can also be utilized with other techniques like laser, radiofrequency, PRP, and nano fat to synergize effects.


Protocol for Stand-Alone Treatment

Most women report results in as little as 3 treatments.

Initial Protocol

  • 3 to 15 treatments, depending on the severity of symptoms.
  • Perform treatment weekly or every 5 to 7 days.



  • Apply CO2 gel into the first third of the vagina.
  • Apply the remainder of the gel to the vulva area: over the labia majora, minora, nclitoris, and perineum.
  • Remove after a minimum of 45 minutes. Can be left in overnight.


Protocol for Combination Therapy Treatments

Reduce complications and recovery time while improving procedural outcomes. It can be used to prep and pre-treat 1 day to 2 weeks prior to any in-office procedure or surgery.


  • 1 treatment 24 hours post-treatment.
  • 2-4 treatments every 5-7 days after.


Energy-Based Treatments (Laser or RF)

  • 1 treatment prior to treatment on top of numbing cream (when applicable).
  • 1 treatment 24 hours post-treatment.
  • 3 treatments every 5-7 days after.



  • 1 treatment 24 hours post-treatment.
  • 4-9 treatments every 5-7 days after.


Protocol for Maintenance

1 treatment monthly for regular maintenance