Breast development occurs in different stages throughout a woman’s life, from birth to menopause. Knowing what these stages are is very important…

Breasts begin to form during foetal development, and by the time a female infant is born, a nipple and the beginnings of the milk-duct system have already formed.

Puberty

The first outward signs of breast development appear only when a girl approaches adolescence. This is when the ovaries start to secrete oestrogen. The breasts enlarge as fat begins to accumulate in the connective tissue of the breasts. The milk-duct system also begins to grow during this stage. The onset of these changes are usually accompanied by the appearance of pubic hair and hair under the arms.

When ovulation and menstruation begin, the breasts mature with the formation of secretory glands at the end of the milk-ducts. The rate of this growth and development differs from individual to individual.

Pregnancy

Breast changes are one of the earliest signs of pregnancy. This is a result of the pregnancy hormone, progesterone. By the fifth or sixth month of pregnancy, the breasts are capable of producing milk. Oestrogen controls the growth of the ducts and progesterone controls the growth of the glandular buds. Other hormones, including prolactin, oxytocin and human placental lactogen also play vital roles in the production of milk.

Menopause

During menopause – usually when a woman is in her late 40s and early 50s – the levels of oestrogen and progesterone begin to fluctuate and oestrogen decreases dramatically. It is this fluctuation that leads to many of the symptoms commonly associated with menopause. Without oestrogen, the connective tissue of the breast becomes dehydrated and inelastic, and the breast tissue shrinks and loses shape. This leads to the “sagging” of the breasts often associated with women of this age.

BioBust Capsules and Cream

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How it works

BioBust contains phyto-oestrogens (naturally occurring non-hormonal plant oestrogens) that may assist your body to produce new breast tissue growth. Your body may then respond with renewed tissue growth in the breast receptor sites.

BioBust Rejuvinating Bust Crème contains the active ingredient Pueraria mirifica (a root from a Thai plant), which is known for its bust rejuvenating properties.

Therefore, the BioBust Cream may assist the body to:

  • diminish stretch marks, scars and blemishes
  • rehydrate the skin
  • strengthen collagen and elastin in the bust.

The non-greasy moisturiser will also leave the skin feeling silky and soft. The result? A fuller, firmer, more beautiful bust giving you the bust you always wished for.

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