How does it work?
There are a number of different bust treatments available. If you are looking for a smoother, firmer décolletage, your therapist will exfoliate the area before applying a relaxing body mask. They may also massage the bust to assist lymphatic flow and help the body to remove any excess fluid. You might feel a little shy at first, but don’t worry – you’ll relax into it.
Some therapists offer non-invasive electrical treatments to help tone the muscles in the breast area and give a lift to sagging breasts. During treatment a machine is used to send out electrical pulses which cause the muscles to contract, gradually tightening and strengthening them over a course of ten sessions. However, if you are interested in this treatment you need to be in it for the long run, as maintenance sessions are required every 4-6 weeks.
Is it for me?
If everything is starting to head south a bit and you are looking to restore a youthful appearance to your breasts, a bust treatment could be perfect for you. However, it’s important to remember that whilst these treatments can help to significantly improve the appearance of the breasts, the results will not be as dramatic as those of surgery or natural breast enhancement injections.
If you have any skin conditions it’s a good idea to talk to your therapist before they give you a massage or mask – you don’t want your skin to be irritated. It’s also advisable for pregnant women and anyone with a medical condition to consult with their practitioner before undergoing an electric bust enhancement, just to be on the safe side.
Good to know
We could all learn a few tips from our cousins on the continent – many French women are careful to include their bust in their daily skincare routine as well as their face and neck, for a firm, youthful appearance.