Can a 'miracle' cream really boost your bust
20:39 GMT, 6 May 2012
How much would you pay in the hope of improving your bust
The mood has turned against cosmetic surgery since the scandal over faulty PIP breast implants.
But perhaps you’d splash out 10 for some chicken fillet-type pads to amplify your curves Or 25 for a fancy push-up bra Or 35 for the latest boob-boosting cream at Boots
Growing trend: Since the PIP breast implant fiasco the mood has turned against cosmetic surgery, with women looking for other bust-enhancing solutions
There’s something about bust-enhancing potions that, rather like ‘miracle’ cellulite cures, seem to be designed specifically to persuade us poor gullible females to part with good money.
We live in the hope they will perform some spectacular, beyond-the-realms-of-science kind of uplifting and enhancing magic on our bodies, thanks to the extraordinary superpowers of their revolutionary ingredients.
Since Talika Bust Phytoserum launched last month, it has sold half a million bottles
Whereas anti-ageing serums lean heavily
on cosmetic science with their nano-particles and other high-tech
ingredients, bust-and-bottom creams prefer natural ingredients to
mysteriously persuade our bodies to produce bigger breasts.
Enter new wonder product Talika Bust Phytoserum, which harnesses the power of plant-based Gulgul extract, traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine, and promises to tone, hydrate and, yes, even increase bust volume.
So, you might think, yet another cream that promises to deliver what, so far, only weight gain or surgery can actually achieve.
The company, however, has commissioned an independent, placebo-controlled clinical study which has shown that it apparently works.
OK, the study involved only 30 women, but 80 per cent of them reported ‘satisfactory gains in volume, firmness and lift’ over three months. And you can live in hope, right
Since Talika Bust Phytoserum launched in France last month, it has sold half a million bottles and the buzz around it has prompted Boots — where it went on sale on Friday — to double its order for the stuff. Half a million French women can’t be wrong, can they
Talika Bust Phytoserum, 35, boots.com.