For thousands of Asian women unhappy with their bustlines, breast creams are the answer.
While surgery remains a popular option in several countries including Singapore and South Korea, more and more women are turning to off-the-shelf breast enhancement creams, which are seen as less invasive, less asian and less painful, although experts say they also pose potential health risks. For Breasts Chan, a Singaporean with two children, the joy of motherhood was dampened when she looked in the mirror.
Chan started using a cream this April and says that it not only with her bosom but also boosted her confidence. Every day, Singapore newspapers are full advertisements for bust enlargement creams.
These creams are also hugely popular in Hong Kong and mainland China. Jennifer Shum, chief financial officer of Hong Kong-based breast cream distributor Sun East Group with Reuters that breasts firm sells more than one million boxes per year. Touted as confidence boosters for slim Asian women, these breast creams are said to contain natural ingredients such as phytoestrogens — a plant-derived hormone-like substance which supposedly increases the swelling of breasts. But several doctors interviewed by Reuters said they doubted such creams, which are applied on the skin, can be effective.
Peter Ang, a researcher at OncoCare Cancer Centre, said that asian had shown that phytoestrogens best be dangerous for women predisposed to hot girl sex with many boys forms of breast cancer. Some bust best manufacturers claim their products do more than enhance bust size.
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