How Safe is Brestrogen Cream

Woman showing B Cup SizeConsidering a breast cream is a good alternative for women looking for a nonsurgical alternative to increase the size of their breasts, however, the big question that many women have is, how safe are these creams after prolonged use? I have personally used Brestrogen off and on for over 10 months with better than expected results. This is my personal experience with the product, results may vary. For more information, you can visit the official website www.brestrogen.com

My cycle was as follows:

My original cup size before using Brestrogen was an A cup. I began using Brestrogen as directed, applying the cream once in the morning and once at night. Brestrogen comes in a 50 ml airless bottle and you basically pump the top cap on the bottle 3 to 4 times, which gives you the right amount of cream for each breast. A 50 Ml bottle should last you one month.

I used Brestrogen for a total of six months and was able to go from an A cup to a C cup. After I had achieved my desired results I decided to continue using the product but I reduced the frequency of use down to 3 times per week, making a bottle of Brestrogen last me two full months. After a total of 8 months, I did not have any side effects, I decided to dig a little deeper into the ingredients to see exactly what kind of side effects I or anyone else might have after using Brestrogen for an extended period of time. The website itself does not really give you a breakdown of the ingredients other than it containing Pueraria Mirifica.

The following ingredients are what is printed on the back of the Brestrogen Brestrogen rear labellabel:

Aqua (Deionized Water) is a deeply demineralized ultra pure water.

Pueraria Mirifica Extract is the key ingredient in Brestrogen and it has been used in Thailand for centuries and has anti-aging and rejuvenating effects, more importantly, it also has estrogenic effects which are key in increasing the size of a woman’s breasts.

Butylene Glycol this is a product commonly found in cosmetics and makeup, Glycols are a type of alcohol that contains two hydroxyl groups which are also called diols.

Acetate (Vitamin E) Is can be found in most cosmetics and lotions.

Polysorbate 80 is a stabilizing ingredient used in many cosmetics, lotions, it is also widely used in the pharmaceutical industry and is an ingredient used in vaccines.

Ethylhexyglycerin is a conditioning agent and preservative often found in lotions, washes, and shampoos and is a safer alternative ingredient than parabens.

Yellow # 4 and #5 Tartrazine is a synthetic organic chemical.[and one of the most commonly used colors in the world, it can be found in foods, soft drinks “Mountain Dew” and there has been an occasional allergic reaction from the substance affecting 1 in 10,000.

My overall thoughts

Using Brestrogen for prolonged periods is no different than wearing makeup every day, with the exception of the Pueraria Mirifica which as mentioned above is an all natural estrogenic, I personally have had no ill effects, if you still have your doubts about the product you can always check with your doctor first, but I still consider a breast cream a much safer and cheaper alternative especially if you are looking for one to two cup sizes larger.

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