Our mission to find out if creams can really be an alternative to breast englargement surgery has gathered serious pace and, after a great start, we now find ourselves at the halfway mark. So, how have our breast volunteers faring with our trial two of the leading products on the market? Let’s find out.
One of the products we were testing is currently the most expensive out there and we discussed last time how it was proving very popular with our panel. Since then, the moisturising benefits of the cream have been praised with one of our women reporting a décolletage that is much “softer and more supple.”
Respondents have said they have mixed feelings about having to apply the cream on a regular basis, with some saying it has become part of their daily routine and others finding it difficult to remember to apply twice daily as is recommended. “On three occasions I’ve left off at night when I’ve gotten home late and just want to get to sleep,” one of the panel members explained.
However, while this product has received a great deal of praise for its moisturising properties and pleasant scent, there have been no reports of any increase in size after three weeks of use. Of course, the company that makes the cream says results can take up to six weeks, but there is a sense that one or two of our girls are disappointed. “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.
We’ve also been testing out the best-selling boob cream on the market, again with mixed results. Once more, there was praise for how the product has softened and moisturised the chest of those who have used it, but equally some have found it tricky to remember to include as part of their daily routine.
That said this particular cream has had the most positive results in terms of results. While a couple of the women said they had seen no difference at all, others were more impressed. “I do think my breasts feel fuller and tighter,” one said. “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.”
So of course, we are now only half way through our six-week trial, but are seeing the first signs of improvement for some – while others have almost given up on the creams. The next few weeks will give us the biggest indicator of whether or not these often expensive products are worth your attention, so be sure and check back soon!
- Do boob job creams really work? (cosmeticsurgeryguru.com)
- Boob job creams reviewed (cosmeticsurgeryguru.com)
- Would You Buy a Breast Cream? (bellasugar.com)