Breasts are a sign of femininity and sex appeal, and the popularity of breast augmentation is fueled by the fact that men like breasts and women want to have them. However, not every woman wants to go through surgery to increase her breast size or is willing to pay for the procedure.
From pills and creams to suction bras and supplements, plenty of breast augmentation alternatives are available that promise to deliver larger breasts without implants. But do any of them actually work?
Creams, Supplements and Other Gadgetry
A single Google search on breast augmentation alternatives will yield a multitude of products and potions that claim to boost cup size. While it’s true that some women have found some success with these products, there’s no overwhelming evidence to support that they are a reliable method for providing true breast enhancement.
Fat Transfer Breast Augmentation
One of the increasingly popular alternatives to breast implants is fat transfer breast augmentation, which harvests fat from your body using liposuction, usually from the hips or stomach, and transplants it into the breasts to increase their size. This method can be very effective in bringing out the best in your breasts and delivers a natural result for women wanting to avoid implants and surgical downtime.*
When Implants Are Your Best Bet
While fat transfer breast augmentation can offer a noticeable (if modest) size improvement* that’s more reliable than whatever creams, pills or gadgetry online vendors are selling, it’s still important to be realistic about the kind of results you can likely expect. For a dramatic change in size, breast implants are still your best bet.*
*This information is for education only, and is not meant as a guarantee of results. Your results may vary.