Southampton Ladies, Prepare for the Breasts of Britain

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Transform Cosmetic Surgery commissioned to run a study of 3000 women and 1000 men nationwide between 14 – 18 January 2010 the result being the Breasts of Britain which is a campaign designed to encourage women to embrace their breasts whatever their shape or size.

In a recent report released by Transform, the UK's largest and longest established cosmetic surgery group, Southampton women were found to have some of the smallest busts in the country. The Breast Report found these women's breasts measured a mere 34B while the average size in the country is a busty36D.

To celebrate these most prominent assets and the launch of the Breasts of Britain campaign, Transform is hosting a girl's afternoon out for the women of Southampton. Complete with bubbly and boob talk, the afternoon is aimed at empowering women to love their busts regardless of how their shape or size.
This is a great opportunity for likeminded ladies to come together and enjoy complimentary canapés and champagne while having their questions answered and curiosities satisfied, in a comfortable and friendly environment.

All of the ladies who attend will be able to chat directly with former patients and some of the country's top cosmetic surgeons about anything boob related - whether real or surgically enhanced boobs.

Transform has seen over 300,000 pairs of breasts since it first began in the industry 35 years ago, and during that time the group has gained an intimate understanding of the various issues, worries, and desires women carry about their chests.

The Breast Report released by Transform questioned the opinions and thoughts of 4,000 Britons. In the report, almost 50% of Southampton women said they were jealous of their friend's busts and a whopping 86% admitted they checked out their friend's chests up to seven times a day - proving it’s not just men that are fascinated by breasts!

The Breasts of Britain campaign from the Transform Cosmetic Surgery Group is the first of its kind and hopes to break the last taboo of Britain and inspire women to love their breasts.

The campaign is sponsored by Ultimo, the UK's top designer lingerie label, and will raise fund for the women's charity CoppaFeel, a not-for-profit organisation encouraging young women to self-examine.

For more information, please contact Heather Kenny or Abigail Outhwaite at Brazen PR on T:0161 923 4994 or E: Heather(at) or Abigail(at)

For more information on the Breasts of Britain campaign, please visit


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