How to Use Breast Enhancement Cream ?
For best results, you are advised to apply the cream at least twice a day, once in the morning and once in the night time. Starting with the nipple, gently massage the whole breast using hands in circular motion so that the cream is applied all over the breast. The cream is quickly absorbed by the skin. After 6 months, you can reduce the use to once a day.
The results show up almost instantly. Within a month, there is a noticeable increase in breast size, as much as 1 cup. With regular use for 6 months, you get best results that last long. Women that regularly used Breast enhancement cream for minimum 6 months, gained 2 cups in size. No other treatment or surgical or cosmetic can bring such quick results without causing any side-effects.
Is Breast Enhancement Cream Safe for Lactating Mothers?
Breast Enhancement is a major concern for the new moms, who are very concerned with their disfigured body after pregnancy.
In the quest for getting their old shape back, they resort to breast enhancement techniques like, implants, pills, gels/creams/lotions.
Well, as much as we understand the need for new moms to look as good as before pregnancy, or get their charming figure back, but we strongly advise them to stay away from any of these procedures. Here are the reasons why:
Surgeries are not only costly but also, can cause serious side-effects if not done by an expert. There are very few experts who have a good reputation for successfully conducting these surgical procedures in the country.
Pills are generally based on the fact that breast enhancement is primarily caused by female hormones, like Estrogen. So most of these pills contain a plenty of Estrogen that leads to breast enlargement. These pills can cause adverse side-effects by disturbing the natural hormonal balance of the body and affecting the feeding system of the body.
Creams, Lotions and Ointments also have their share of potential side-effects. An individual might be allergic to these lotions or creams, and develop rashes or skin problems from their use. Also, the baby might consume traces of these creams or ointments while breast feeding, which might have adverse effects on the baby.
All in all, new moms and lactating mothers are strictly advised to stay away from any of these beauty enhancement procedures, to avoid any harm to the feeding baby.