Whatever you call them, jugs, melons, breasts, knockers, or baps, breasts are everywhere – and many women would admit to wanting a juicier pair. While boob jobs are popular, breast-boosting creams are also flying off the shelves, but do these revolutionary products really work? We’re on a mission to find out.
Seven of our breast volunteers have agreed to try out two of the most popular creams on the market to see if their bosoms bloom. Five women will try out a bust serum which claims to naturally reshape the cleavage and two will test a cream which claims to improve the bust dramatically. Both products have been hitting the headlines of late, so let’s take a closer look at how they work.
The serum treatment is thought to be a great alternative to breast enlargement procedures and has proved popular to date. In fact, when it first went on sale 1,000 tubes were sold every minute, so what makes it so spectacular? Well, it contains a host of plant-based ingredients which are believed to support the natural process of lipid deposition. The carefully concocted formula reportedly stimulates the natural fat cells underneath the skin and helps to tighten up the décolleté.
The other cream, (one of the most expensive on the market) is also a non-evasive alternative to cosmetic surgery and is designed to plump up the chest naturally. The cream uses a natural steroid derived from an Asian root to improve the bust and décolleté area. It works on the skin to enhance the chest and contains micro-fibres and a wheat protein which moisturise the area. It joins a host of other beauty products by made by the company and must be used twice daily. One cream claims to work after five weeks and whilst the other is thought to make a difference after six, so we’ve asked our volunteers to report their findings. We will write a blog before they start applying the creams and then halfway through the experiment reporting any changes. Each volunteer will then write a review detailing if the products worked – or not! The results are sure to be both interesting and amusing, so be sure to follow our posts.
Both products sound magical on the label, but do they really work? We’ll soon find out!
Have you used any products which claim to be an alternative to surgery? And did they work?