The truth behind boob job creams and slimming gels
Have you been tempted by the cheaper alternative to undergoing breast augmentation surgery by opting for the latest fad of applying gels and creams which claim to make us slimmer and eradicate cellulite.
Some of these lotions are available with a big statement in that they suggest they are the answer for women who want bigger boobs without surgery.
If you want to know a long story short then we suggest can offer an educated answer and tell you if these gels and creams will work in two words: probably not.
New research has revealed that many of these ‘cures’ have little or any hard proof to back-up their impressive claims.
It is believed on the world of cosmetic surgery that reality shows such as The Only Way is Essex, where cast members openly discuss having cosmetic surgery, have sparked an interest in products.
Rajiv Grover, the President of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons says that the (BAAPS) is concerned customers are being misled by weak scientific research, manipulated photos and celebrity endorsements.
President Grover said: “If something sounds too good to be true it probably is. Use your common sense, often these products are there not to help you, but to take money out of your pockets.”