Over the past six weeks we’ve been on a mission to see if boob job creams really work. Our breast volunteers tested two popular products and the results have now been analysed. The most expensive product on the market met with mixed results, but what did the panel think about the second cream on trial?
One of the best-selling creams on the market was met with a lukewarm response at the start of this experiment. While a number of women commented on the sweet, “orange sherbet smell”, others were put off by the “cold”, “dry” and “greasy” texture. Only a small percentage of the panel found it “easy to rub in” and the application instructions seemed somewhat lacking. During the first week, none of our ladies reported an increase in boob size.
After three weeks (the midway point) things started to look up as our ladies reported a softened and moisturised chest. While some ladies said they felt no difference at all, another panel member stated: “I do think my breasts feel fuller and tighter.” She continued: “For example, in the past when I had on a bra and put my hand in the middle of my chest when the bra sections meet it was totally flat – now it feels fuller. My breasts also look a bit rounder and more appealing in my bra.” At this stage in the process, this product achieved more positive feedback than the high-end cream.
At the end of the six weeks, the panel were full of praise for this cosmetic product. The moisturising properties of the cream were highlighted and one lady said “my chest feels more feminine”. A number of volunteers were “pleased with the results” and others said it made them examine their breasts more. It “made me more breast aware,” one lady said. “Having to stand there twice a day rubbing it in, I’d certainly be more likely to notice changes.”
While one volunteer “didn’t notice any results” another “did notice an increase in size”. One woman said “the change is very subtle, but it’s noticeable for me” and someone else said: “my bra is fitting much tighter and in certain tops I can see a real difference”. Although the positive results weren’t completely unanimous, this product received a more positive response than the most expensive cream on the market.
Results seem to vary from person-to-person, but the comments in general were good. In the words of one panel member “it won’t turn you into Jordan”, but it might improve your assets over time. If this experiment is anything to go by, it appears price isn’t always an indicator of quality – but that’s up to you to decide.
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