A Bust-Boosting Serum Backed By Smart Science
By Marci Robin , Senior Online Editor |
Let's make something perfectly clear: there's no cream or pill (or drink or magic spell) in the known universe that do what breast implants can. Augmentation is the only proven way to get a significant boost in cup size and cleavage capacity. But that doesn't mean you can't make some noticeable improvements with an over-the-counter topical option.
LushBust recently grabbed our attention with its frisky name and girly, pink packaging, but we weren't going to blindly buy into its bust-enhancing boasts. But when we did some research, the claims turned out be realistic and reasonable.
As fluffy as LushBust may seem, there's actually quite a bit of science behind the formula. Its star ingredient is pueraria mirifica, or kwao krua, an Asian botanical known for its high phytoestrogen content. More potent and less allergenic than the isoflavones found in soy, kwao krua's phytoestrogens are believed to support firmer skin and even encourage a fuller appearance.
This effect is enhanced by an antioxidant-rich dose of vitamins-A, B3 (niacin), B6, C and E-peptides and coenzyme Q10, which are delivered deeply into the skin to promote collagen, hydration, circulation and free-radical protection.
Although the results can't compare to implants, they're entirely satisfying for those of us looking for a bit of a boost for our busts.