Six weeks ago, we embarked on a mission to find out if boob job creams really work and now – the results are in! Out breast volunteers tested the most expensive cream on the market, but how did they get on? Let’s find out!
The rather costly, high-end cream received positive reviews to start with. Our lovely ladies praised the “soft scent of rose, orange and grapefruit oil” and were highly impressed by the “attractive” packaging. It was described as having “luxurious”, spa-like qualities and was praised for being a “very well-formulated moisturiser with proven emollients, skin repairing ingredients and anti-inflammatory agents”. Nobody reported their breasts had grown, but the outlook seemed positive.
At the halfway mark, our volunteers started to see the moisturising effects of the cream and one lady reported a much “softer and supple” décolleté. Our panel continued to like the pleasant scent and found the product absorbed easily. The quality of the cream was appreciated and the idea of applying a specially-designed bust cream remained novel.
Despite some positive feedback however, respondents found it a nuisance to apply and often forgot to incorporate it into their beauty regime. One of the volunteer team explained “on three occasions I’ve left it off at night when I’ve gotten home late and just want to get to sleep.” Our ladies were also becoming disheartened with the cream. “I started by enjoying the experience and the luxury of the cream, [but] I’m getting bored with the extra step – especially as there’s no discernible difference” one of our trial team has said.
At the end of the trial, the expensive product was met with mixed reviews once again. One lady said “the twice daily moisturising cream on my breasts has improved the texture of my skin”, while another said “the cream has made me like my breasts more”. The cream was also said to give the chest “more elasticity” and was reported to make the “skin softer” – but there was still no mention of breasts increasing.
One of our panel members said she was “gutted” that her breasts didn’t grow and another said “there’s no promise in a jar”. The price was also an issue with one particular volunteer calling it nothing but a “posh body moisturiser”. Considering this is supposed to be a high-end, alternative to a breast augmentation procedure, this all added to what were largely negative results.
Regardless of the promises sprawled across the posh packaging, it seems this cream is not a great alternative to having a boob job. Sure, it makes women more aware and proud of their breasts, but it doesn’t plump up their assets – according to our study.
Have you used these creams? What is your opinion?
- Boob job creams reviewed (cosmeticsurgeryguru.com)
- Boob job creams reviewed – three weeks later (cosmeticsurgeryguru.com)
- Do boob job creams really work? (cosmeticsurgeryguru.com)