Posted on December 13, 2012 with No Comments
It seems a bit ironic or off-topic to discuss breast enhancement while many of us are still pulling out our winter clothes. And while colder, frigid weather is starting to come down on us, spring and summer will be here before you know it and coats, jeans and sweaters will make way for low-neck dresses, blouses and bathing suits.
For most folks breast enhancement can have two meanings – one, breast enlargement, or two, just making them look prettier, softer, firmer or more shapely.
For enlargement, per se, augmentation via surgery is really about your only option. While some products – pumps and pills (as we call them) can have temporary effect to make the bust line larger, implants are the best solution if you want to increase size or better satisfy you need or desire for better body preportions.
On the other hand, if you are pretty much comfortable in your own skin and just want your breasts to look a bit better – firmer, perkier, softer, etc., you might want to consider a breast enhancement cream like Dermory ST…and, you should start preparing now.
Breast enhancement creams take time…not a lot, but the more you use them, the better the results. Many, such as Dermory use skin tightening ingredients that help reduce sagging and tighten and firm bust tissue. Again, this this tightening aids in reducing sagging, wrinkles, and given time, will make breasts look and feel firmer.
As importantly, improving connective tissue beneath the skin is required. Elastin fibers and collagen can degrade as we age and if you have been breast feeding or pregnant. These connecting fibers can stretch out of shape and loose their elasticity or ability to “bounce back” after stretched such as a worn rubber band.
Also, hydration is a key consideration. Ingredients like Aloe, Emu Oil, and HA (Hyaluronic) replenish lost moisture that helps protect from stretch marks appearing on the breasts and further sagging or drooping.
The point of all of this is that these ingredients require some patience to become effective. Creams generally have a faster response time than breast firming lotion, though lotion is often less expensive and works well for firming the stomach and chest too.
With that said, now is a good time to start application!