the testers did not notice an increase in size to make it a viable alternative to a boob job
Manchester, UK (PRWEB) March 14, 2012
The website recruited a number of volunteers to test the products and asked them to note down their findings. Results were recorded over a six-week period and an analysis of what they discovered has just been released.
According to the research by Cosmetic Surgery Guru, the most expensive cream on the market had the most negative response. While the panel found the product to have luxurious, moisturising ingredients, they did not notice an increase in size to make it a viable alternative to having a boob job. One lady said the creams is “not worth the money for what is more or less a posh moisturiser”, while another said she was “gutted” that her boobs did not grow.
The “soft scent of rose, orange and grapefruit oil” was appreciated, but the volunteers found it inconvenient to apply. After three weeks, one of the panel said “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.” Despite including a natural steroid, this product left users disheartened and unenthused.
The second cream tested is designed to improve the appearance of the breasts and was met with a much more positive response. The panel commented on the sweet smell from the start and some saw their breasts change by the half-way mark. One volunteer said “I do think my breasts feel fuller and tighter”. She continued “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.”
While not everyone saw results, others noticed their chest felt “slightly firmer”. One woman said “my bra is fitting much tighter and in certain tops I can see a real difference”; while another commented “my chest feels more feminine”. It was also noted that applying the cream twice a day made people more breast aware, with one woman saying “I’d certainly be likely to notice changes”.
Boob job creams are relatively new to the cosmetics industry and this unique study by Cosmetic Surgery Guru could interest those considering breast augmentation procedures.