3 Breast Enhancement Tips To Try Before Surgery

If you're looking for a way to increase you bust size, surgery may be the first thing that you think of. However, breast enlargement surgery is not the only option that can help enhance your breast size, and if you're only looking for a small increase, then surgery may not be the best choice for you. Take a look at a few different tips that you may be interested in trying before you consider surgery.

Breast Massage

Breast massage works because massage stimulates the fatty tissues that make up your breasts. It oxygenates and detoxifies your breast tissues, and promotes firmness and shapeliness by encouraging lymph circulation. Breast massage can also have beneficial health effects by stimulating the production of oxytocin, a hormone that reduces PMS symptoms and discourages the formation of cysts.

When you massage your breasts, start in the center and work your way outward, applying firm pressure and moving your hands in a circular motion. You may want to use some oil or breast cream to reduce friction. Repeat this about 20 times, then move on to the underarm area and underneath your breasts.

Breast Enhancing Foods

Believe it or not, dietary changes may be able to help increase the size of your bust. Higher levels of estrogen can cause some women's breasts to enlarge, and there are certain foods that can help stimulate estrogen production. For example, chicken, cherries, and strawberries may all help increase estrogen production. Chickpeas and black-eyed peas contain an estrogen compound, and fennel seeds contain flavonoids that mimic the effects of estrogen.

If you're trying to increase your bust size, you may also want to add more green vegetables to your diet, as they can help prevent stretch marks. If you have trouble getting these foods into your diet, there are also supplements on the market that contain the ingredients found in these foods that stimulate breast growth. Keep in mind that high levels of estrogen are associated with breast cancer, so be careful about introducing too much of it into your system, especially if you already take medication, like a birth control pill, that contains estrogen.

Breast Creams and Gels

If you're looking for a non-hormonal option, you may want to consider breast enhancement creams and gels that contain a plant compound that stimulates adipose tissue – the fatty tissue that your breasts are made up of. Rather than causing extra hormone production, the compound causes fat cells to divide and grow larger, giving you a fuller look. This can be used in conjunction with breast massage. Just check to make sure that the cream you're buying does not contain hormones.

None of these methods are likely to result in a dramatic increases in your bust size, but if you're looking for firmer, fuller, and more toned breasts, and you are not looking for an increase of more than a cup size, these may be inexpensive and safe alternatives to surgery. 

If you think that surgery is the better option for you, contact an office like the Center For Plastic Surgery for more information.