Studies show that up to 70% of women are dissatisfied with the size or shape of their breasts, with 28% of women surveyed stating that they would like to have larger breasts. Women who are less satisfied with their breast size are also more likely to report lower self esteem and more anxiety over their appearance.
While breast augmentation procedures have long been an established and successful practice, many women are understandably reluctant to undergo surgery. This has led to the emergence of non-surgical approaches to breast enlargement; that is why plenty of breast enlargement pumps come out, such as Breast Angle
Breast enhancement pumps work in much the same way as suction cups — the dome covers the breast, forming a good seal, then the air is sucked out of the space inside the dome by the pump. This creates negative pressure (suction) on the breast that physically pulls the breast tissue towards the dome.
Since the dome entirely covers the breast from the outside, the breast is stretched in all directions.
Stretching a tissue stimulates the cells to up-regulate their division rate, deposit more connective tissue between the cells, and realign themselves to expand in the direction in which they were stretched. This concept is called stretch-induced tissue expansion, and is used in a number of medical applications.
The bulk of the breast is composed of fat and mammary glands (the milk production system). Both components can respond to tissue expansion. “This negative pressure increases cell signaling, causing more blood supply to develop in tissues and results in increases in tissue mass,” explains Denver, CO plastic surgeon Dr. Manish Shah.
Overly aggressive use of breast augmentation can result in
- Nerve damage
- Blood clots
- Blood circulation cutting off
- Skin necrosis (tissue death)
Most patients will experience some degree of skin irritation in the form of redness, itching, rash, or blisters. In one study, 35.7% of the patients experienced blistering severe enough to discontinue the treatment until the skin healed.
- No downtime
- Promote blood circulation
- Breast reconstruction
- Lymphatic drainage
1 course/week, 20-30 min/course, 10 course/program
Q: Should I only get a breast lift after weight loss?
A: Recommend the weight-loss prior to a breast lift. Were you to have the breast lift before your weight loss you will see significant changes in the appearance of your breast that are not predictable.
Q: What kind of products need to be applied
A: Breast lift cream or oil recommend, some products like Breast Angle is applied with tailored cream PGAC001
Q: How long does each treatment take?
A: For best results, this treatment session will take roughly 30-45 minutes to complete
Q: When will I begin to see results?
A: Depending on the nature of your breast condition, it may take anywhere from one month to three or four months to see a result.
Q: Is there any downtime after treatment?
A: There is absolutely no downtime and minimal, if any, discomfort after the treatment. We recommend massage after the treatment.
Q: What is breast enlargement pumps aftercare
A: Please do massage breasts after treatment before sleeping.
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