Here at Cosmetic Surgery Guru, we’re on a mission to find out if boob job creams really work. Can over-the-counter concoctions revolutionise the beauty industry and are they a great alternative to breast enlargement surgery? We sent a handful of our breast volunteers off to trial two of the leading products on the market, so let’s find out more about their boob-boosting experience so far.
Described as a “great skin cream” with an “attractive packaging” the most expensive cream on the market has proved popular so far. Designed to stimulate fat cells underneath the skin the “light gel cream” has been found to “absorb quickly” and is believed to be a “very well-formulated moisturiser with proven emollients, skin repairing ingredients and anti-inflammatory and water-binding agents”.
The women also liked the smell complementing the “soft scent of rose, orange and grapefruit oil” and commented on the “luxurious” spa-like qualities of the product. Despite the positive feedback, however, not one of our ladies has reported a bouncier bust. At this stage in the trial this is not particularly surprising as the creams can take up to six weeks to work – so watch this space. It will be interesting to read the final reviews.
The other leading boob job cream uses a natural steroid derived from an Asian root to improve the bust and has also received positive reviews. It joins a host of other products made by the beauty company and must be used twice daily. Although one lady found it to smell too “sweet” another seemed impressed by the aromas which she compared to “orange sherbet”. The cream was also said to be “easy to rub in”, however, it was also described as “cold” “dry” and “greasy”.
The packaging was labelled “simple but effective” and the texture was compared to a gel moisturiser. Applying “enough to give a covering without leaving a residue” seemed to be sufficient, though precise instructions were apparently lacking. Just like the other cream, our ladies did not mention an increase in bust size, but we’re still in the early stages.
Taking all the feedback into consideration, it seems the most expensive boob job cream has impressed our ladies the most. The moisturising effect and the luxurious aromas caught the attention of our volunteers, but will it stay on top over the coming weeks? As our lovely ladies continue to massage their assets with these ground-breaking creams, we’re eager to see if either of them are up to the standard of a surgical boob job.