Bust (Breast) Care
are largely made up of fat globules and fibrous connective
tissue. Breasts in fact do not have any muscular tissues and
are held by the muscles, which lie between the rib cage. Hence
if these muscles, which are called pectorals, are in good
shape, then your breasts will get a good cleavage and lift.
Around 50 per cent of women are unhappy with their breasts.
And their size and shape is largely beyond our control. They
are liable to change size of their own accord quite regularly
due to hormonal changes, losing or gaining weight, pregnancy
and menstrual cycles. Ageing, pregnancy, and repeated dieting
can all contribute to the southward journey of your bust by
changing the natural elasticity of the cutaneous tissue. But
diet, exercise and proper care can all contribute towards
a healthier chest.
Exercise of the pectoral muscles will help to improve the
appearance of the bust as you can strengthen the supportive
ligaments, which stretch from the nipple to the underside
of the breast. The actual breast doesn't have any muscle so
if it's already sagging, there's not much you can do to defy
gravity. Exercises, breast creams, along with massage, may
improve appearance and texture and even lessen stretch marks.
However if you have a real problem, then cosmetic surgery
is probably the only way to really change your bust.