Andrea asks: I would like to have a larger bust, but I really don’t want implants. I have heard of the Brava Breast Enhancement system, which seems to be endorsed by a lot of plastic surgeons, and some scientific studies. Do you have any inside info or insight?
The Left Brain responds:
For those of you in the Beauty Brains community who are not familiar with the Brava system, it supposedly works by gently pulling on your breasts which keeps them under tension for hours at a time. This sustained tension causes the cells to grow new tissue that makes your breasts appear larger and fuller.
How does BRAVA work
According to the the BRAVA website, the System consists of two semi-rigid domes, with specially engineered silicone gel rims, and a sophisticated minicomputer, called a SmartBox, that creates and regulates the tension within the domes.
Semi-rigid domes? Engineered silicone rims? Sophisticated minicomputer? Is this a breast enhancer or some kind of Terminator Robot from the Future?
But I digress. The real question is: does it really work? Since our forte is cosmetic chemistry, not breast enhancement, we asked our friend Dr. Rob Oliver over at Plastic Surgery 101 to give his expert opinion. Based on his experience, Dr. Rob says that Brava doesn’t work well, it’s uncomfortable, and must be worn for weeks before you see results, if you see any at all. He’s aware of very few people who use or endorse it.
The Beauty Brains bottom line:
That’s good enough for me – I’ll take the opinion of a doctor and scientist over the hype from the company selling the product any day. Dr. Rob said he’d try to post more details on his blog, so keep your eye on Plastic Surgery 101. In the meantime, if any of the Beauty Brains community has used this device I’d be curious to hear your experience. If you haven’t used it, I suggest you save your money.
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