Sagging or drooping of breasts is a natural, inevitable process that happens to all women at some point – except to those with fairly small breasts …

The most notable sagging happens with the process called breast involution (see below), but breasts can start drooping a little at any age, because they do NOT have muscles in them. They have ligaments and connective tissue.

When gravity pulls the breasts down, those ligaments and the skin can stretch, and so the breast droops.

The severity of drooping depends on the elasticity of your skin and your ligaments, as determined by your genes and diet, and also on the normal aging processes.

Obviously large breasts will sag more since gravity is pulling them down more.

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When breasts bounce during active sports, such as tennis, those ligaments can also be stretched or even torn. A good sports bra can minimise that effect.

Another common cause for sagging breasts is when a woman loses weight

When you lose weight, some of that fat disappears from your breasts.

Typically the skin and the ligaments inside the breast do not retract accordingly, resulting in an ’empty’ looking breast that then sags. (You could try to prevent this by eating foods that provide extra-good nutrition for your skin.)

Just bear in mind that sagging happens to all women sooner or later – except those with very small breasts. For some of us, it happens sooner, even without pregnancy. There are even many teens with drooping breasts.

The solution?

BioBust CapsulesBioBust-90-Capsules

How it works:

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

How to use it:

One capsule three times per day with meals. If after the first month you feel that the progress is slow, dosage can be increased to two capsules three times a day. Some women have continued use for between six and nine months to achieve the results they require. No harmful side effects have been reported to date from increased dosage.

Determine what your particular objectives are and use accordingly. Once you have achieved the bust size you require, you should reduce your intake to just one capsule daily for an additional 90 days. By following the recommendation, you should maintain all of the size and fullness you have gained.

BioBust Cream

How it works:BioBust-50ml-Cream

BioBust Rejuvenating Bust Cream has been formulated using the active ingredient Pueraria mirifica; a root from a Thai plant known for well over a hundred years for its bust rejuvenating properties.

The combination of the ingredients in BioBust Rejuvenating Bust Crème may assist the body to firm and fill the breast area. BioBust Rejuvenating Bust Crème may assist the body to diminish stretch marks, scars and blemishes, re-hydrate the skin and strengthen collagen and elastin in the bust.

The base is an excellent moisturiser that is non-greasy on the skin. After use the skin will feel silky and soft. The results of using BioBust Rejuvenating Bust Crème should be a fuller, firmer more beautiful bust giving you the bust you always wished for.

How to use it:

Dispense 3-4 squirts of crème into the hands and rub together. Massage into each breast in a circular motion for 3-5 minutes. Apply every morning and evening. Most women begin to see results within 1-2 months.

However, due to differences in individual metabolic rates and body chemistry, results may vary. Reports have shown a 90% positive result with a big group of volunteers. If you have not seen filling and firming results within three months, then just use the crème for its skin rejuvenating properties once a day.

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