An article for home remedies about bigger breasts is the kind of article that practically begs for its author to try out what sheÂ’s writing about. So I, and my poor, dear, formerly, best friend, did just that. We have suffered so that you may gain. I hope that we have not suffered in vain, and I hope that my best friend will start talking to me again.
My friend, who is already something of an exercise junkie, had no problem trying out this home remedy for bigger breasts; all she had to do was incorporate some weight training and yoga into her regular running routine. We decided not to look for any “growth” until about six weeks into the new regime. Both at six weeks, and now 12 weeks later, the results are obvious and unchanged. Exercise does not change the size or shape of your breasts, but it does make them appear higher and firmer. Also, it can improve your posture, making your breasts more noticeable.
Basically, since larger breasts are mostly composed of fat, it stands to reason that if you gain fat, your breasts will get larger. Though I did not need to try this home remedy for bigger breasts, I did. Heck, I’ve been trying it ever since I graduated from college, and I didn’t even know it! I can say that this has worked for me, but not by much. I went from hovering between two cup sizes to firmly staying in the larger cup size, but that’s about it. Plus, I went from hovering between two dress sizes to firmly staying in the larger dress size. Not good!
Putting on weight to enlarge your breasts is a slow, slow process, and usually, you put on weight elsewhere, which is not so nice. Excess weight can even have the effect of masquerading any breast growth that actually occurs. Even worse, you could put on weight everywhere but in your breasts. Aside from all the other negative side effects of putting on a bunch of weight, it’s just not a reliable enough breast enlargement method to really be worth the risk to your health. Oh, and it didnÂ’t work for my friend at all. In fact, it seems that her increased caloric intake was nicely balanced by her increased exercise regimen.
Try as I might, I could not convince my friend to buy a breast enlargement pump. I couldn’t even convince her to hook herself up to a vacuum cleaner. It’s just as well though, the general consensus in the scientific community is that breast pumps do not work. In fact, suction only seems to work if you are trying to reduce your breasts via liposuction – which is definitely not a home remedy.
Though there are many breast enlargement creams on the market, my friend and I opted to try only one so that we could use it throughout the entire six weeks of our home remedy trial. The cream seemed to do nothing but smell nice and make her chest shiny and her clothes stick to her. Since the trial period, she did start using a decolletage cream that is less sticky but seems to minimize lines and blemishes on her cleavage as well as tighten and soften the breast skin. She is quite pleased with it, even though her breasts are no larger. In that regard, the internet is awash in recipes for decolletage masks. We both tried several of them, both for taste and effect. Eat them or use them, they make nice temporary pick me ups for breasts and stomachs.
Herbal supplements taste horrible and if you don't know what you're doing, it don’t seem to work. At least though, pushers of herbal supplements seem to understand that you can’t do anything to the outside of your body to make your breasts grow larger. Accordingly, they work on the premise that if you ingest something that mimics estrogen or stimulates estrogen production or contains estrogen, your breasts will grow larger. Though the premise is somewhat sound, it all seems to fall apart in the execution. Either there is not enough estrogen or faux estrogen doesn't work, I don’t know. What I do know is that we didn’t get any noticeable results.