A Look At Alternative Breast Enlargement Products, A Boob Job Minus The Surgery

A Look At Alternative Breast Enlargement Products, A Boob Job Minus The Surgery


In a recent poll women were asked if they felt inadequate when it came to there breast size.  Many women were scared of surgery due to the possibility of botch or even death.  A recent article focused on a few alternatives to surgery that may change the way we look at our bodies.

Medicaldaily said:

“America worships big breasts. A glance at TV, websites, magazine racks, and neighborhood billboards reveals boobs, boobs, and more boobs. Everywhere, we see cleavage spilling out of bras, swimsuits, and low-cut, strategically arranged garments. If media is not to be trusted then take a gander at the latest cosmetic surgery statistics. In 2014 alone, nearly 300,000 women (including teens) went under the knife to enlarge their breasts with implants.

Beyond the media or surgical stats, a woman simply needs to recall her own middle school years to understand the true power of breasts. As a member of the common herd, we all learned which traits (in both boys and girls) were in high demand, and big breasts inevitably made that list. It didn’t matter that only the mean girls and boys made any actual comments, there was attention paid, smiles exchanged, and giggles spreading, even among the “nice kids.” How everyday, then, for a woman who is not well-endowed (and also does not live under a rock) to feel second-rate despite the many well-meaning family and friends who say “it doesn’t matter,” “you’re still attractive,” or even, this most unlikely stretching of the truth, “you’re lucky.”

Women started looking at nutritional ways to better themselves, Medicaldaily goes on to say “an estimated 50,000 nutritional supplements are currently available, according to The Natural Products Association (NPA), and more than a few of these are marketed as breast enlarging products.

“Anyone can sell a supplement, it’s very easy to do,” Dr. Tod Cooperman, president of ConsumerLab, which identifies quality health and nutritional products through independent testing, told Medical Daily. While the Food and Drug Administration is responsible for taking action against any adulterated or misbranded supplement after it reaches market, it does not approve each individual supplement. Essentially, then, a product is good to go as long as it contains only dietary ingredients (defined by the FDA) and its label lists all ingredients correctly.

Typically, breast enhancing products contain a variety of herbs, which fall into four general categories, described by ConsumerLab as: