Breast enlargement pumps have become popular over the last few years because they offer an easy and less costly alternative to surgery. Question is, do they work?
Breast pumps can cost anywhere between $85.00 – $2500.00, but these do seem to produce results. However, the results are nowhere near what you would expect from surgical breast augmentation, so therefore, at that price, you might wonder if it’s even worth it.
There are other drawbacks with breast enlargement pumps and one of the biggest drawbacks for some might be the fact that they need to be used at least 4-5 times per week a minimum if 20-30 minutes a day. Some women may choose to wear them for a longer period of time, the longer you pump the better the results will be.
How do breast enlargement pumps work
Using a breast enlargement pump is known as vacuum therapy, the purpose of vacuum therapy is to create suction, this increases more oxygen and blood flow to the breasts, the end result is new cell growth. There are many clinics worldwide that offer vacuum therapy, clinics that offer this kind of therapy use an electronic machine that applies suction, it is necessary to go for repeat treatments. There are methods that can be used in the comfort of your own home and offer the same benefits.
In the past, there were some expensive vacuum therapy devices sold, one popular product was the Brava which was expensive and did not seem to offer the results it promised, the other one which has sold with very good results is the Noogleberry. The Noogleberry breast pump is a popular product that has helped thousands of women increase the size of their breasts. Continue reading “Do Breast Enlargement Pumps Work?”