Do Breast-Enhancment Creams Really Work?

I have come across a product that seems to stand out from the rest and I was wondering if does in fact deliver all that it promises. Its called NATURAFUL.. it stimulates new cell growth in the mammary glands, is manufactured in the USA in an FDA regulated laboratory and is guaranteed to increase breast size from 1-2 cup sizes. I also was wondering if this could be connected to any sort of cancers? It does worry me that a cream is promised to do so much.. Thank you very much! -Goldie.

Doctor Answers (27)

Pills and Creams for Breast Augmentation

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This is a great question; however unfortunately there are currently not any creams or pills available that are going to enhance your breast safely. I would stay away from any of those products, as they are likely to do more harm than good.

Breast augmentation has become so popular as patients typically are extremely happy with the results. The recent advancements in the breast implants themselves have been a huge benefit to women. They have a variety of options including the new gummy bear implants. These implants give patients a softer more natural appearance than what was possible previously with saline implants.

I would recommend that you see a board certified plastic surgeon to help guide you with your breast augmentation procedure.

No

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At the moment there is no clinically proven safe and effective method of breast enhancement except for surgical breast augmentation. Creams, pills, and medications are not FDA approved and their safety is questionable.  

Jerome Edelstein, MD
Toronto Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 66 reviews

Beware

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I would be wary of a cream promising one to two cup sizes. I am not familiar with this particular supplement, but please know that supplements are not subject to the same FDA standards as medications and devices. If you want a "natural" breast augmentation consider fat grafting. Best of luck.

Grant Stevens, MD
Los Angeles Plastic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 67 reviews

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Cream for breast enlargement

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As of this writing there is no FDA approved cream or pill to enlarge the breast.  Breast implants are well studied, FDA approved, and have a long track record.  Best to see a board certified plastic surgeon for answers to your individual questions. 

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Breast enhancement creams

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At best, breast enhancement creams & pills give just a temporary increase.  Most contain some estrogen-like compound to get this effect.  It is not permanent.  And they are expensive, and not FDA-approved.

So far, only implants and fat grafting to the breast can give a permanent size increase.

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Do Breast-Enhancment Creams Really Work?

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No...they really don't work.... Creams promising larger breasts is gimmicky and false advertising... 

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Breast Enhancement Creams: Do they work?

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Breast enhancement creams, marketed lavishly and gloriously under several different names, do not appear to provide long lasting breast enhancement. Photography skills and deception can make vague results appear impressive. I would caution anyone to avoid claims of a cream providing breast enhancement of any appreciable volume. 

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Can this cream really add one or two cup sizes?

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Marketers substitute glorious predictions and unachievable promises for knowledge, science, and reason, while laying claim to them all.  Yet there is nothing new in deception disguised as hope and nothing original in abstraction framed as progress... To quote from Mark Levin, germanely descriptive of the NATURAFUL effect.

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Breast enhancement creams

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For thousands of years people have made outrageous claims about products and services.  None of these will be of any benefit to you and are best avoided.   Many are totally unregulated and could actually be harmful to your health.  Best to totally avoid this one.  

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Breast enhancement creams

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breast enhancement creams:

  • there are many on the market
  • there are no studies
  • these are not FDA controlled
  • we don't know if they work or long term effect
  • we don't know what the"secret ingrediants" are

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