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Thu Jun 11, 2015 12:23 am      Reply with quote
Hello, I'm 24 years old and have been overweight for most of my life. My breasts are quite saggy because of this though I have been losing weight now. It makes me feel so ugly. I know there is no miracle solution aside from actual surgery, but I was curious if anything could possibly help? I have read exercise, breast massage, primrose oil, retin a and copper peptides. If these can make even a small difference I would like to try. Does anyone out there have experience with it? If so, where is safe to buy these medicines without a perscription? Also any other tips for filling out the breast/lifting the breast naturally I would appreciate. Thank you very much. Sorry if this is in the wrong forum.

I have also been reading about derma rolling. Could this possibly help firm as well? If so, how does it work, how do I begin? Where should I buy? Thanks.
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Thu Jun 11, 2015 4:00 am      Reply with quote
The first and most natural thing I can think of is exercising chest muscles (you can google what kind of exercises). As they fill up, they push the breasts forward.

Plus a good bra. Are you sure yours is matched well? Even if it was before, when your body size changes your bra size needs to be adjusted too. A good bra fitter may be helpful, or use bra fitting guides on the internet. That will provide support and won't let the skin to stretch more.

It will heal and shrink during the time. I don't know how much weight you lost. I lost 13kg in relatively short time and these two things helped my breasts look normal again after a year. If you add massage and medicines, it may take shorter.
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lehti wrote:
The first and most natural thing I can think of is exercising chest muscles (you can google what kind of exercises). As they fill up, they push the breasts forward.

Plus a good bra. Are you sure yours is matched well? Even if it was before, when your body size changes your bra size needs to be adjusted too. A good bra fitter may be helpful, or use bra fitting guides on the internet. That will provide support and won't let the skin to stretch more.

It will heal and shrink during the time. I don't know how much weight you lost. I lost 13kg in relatively short time and these two things helped my breasts look normal again after a year. If you add massage and medicines, it may take shorter.


Thank you so much for your reply. I have lost roughly around the same amount so far, though my breasts were very saggy even beforehand. It seems they may have tightened some but I am worried because they are somewhat flat hanging if that makes sense, not completely pancakey or devoid of shape but pretty bad. My bra is definitely not the best for shaping so I am looking into getting new ones now especially since weight loss. Can you please tell me what exercise in particular you recall doing? I have been trying two for a month and so far only notice a different in my arms.
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Thu Jun 11, 2015 2:46 pm      Reply with quote
You're welcome! I know how depressing it is. I was doing exercises from youtube, "Bust Booster Chest Workout" at home and exercising on butterfly machine at the gym. Home 2-3 times a week, gym once a week (although I was getting lazy sometimes and skipped it). And yes, they work for arms too, but try to focus on the chest, kind of like you tried to unburden the arms. Always keep the back straight and chest up when possible.
And yep, buy this good bra as soon as possible, it makes a huge difference not only long-term to the breast but also immediately on your posture.
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Fri Jul 17, 2015 9:28 am      Reply with quote
Hi breasthelp:

I have an old (several years, but likely still in working condition) BRAVA breast enhancement system somewhere in the dark recesses of my closet. It's a massively tedious technique to use, and I never really gave it a chance because of this, but you are welcome to it, if you wouldn't mind paying for shipping from me to you. I can find it, and test it to see if it's still working, if you'd like.
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Wed Jul 22, 2015 4:26 am      Reply with quote
Did you try massaging them? I have a friends who had saggy breasts and she said massaging them helped a little along with exercise.
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Thu Jul 23, 2015 7:31 pm      Reply with quote
My weight goes up and down and so this is something i am interested in not that I am sure anything really helps.

Apparently a breast rub made of almond oil, geranium and ylang ylang is supposed to help reinflate breasts I suppose though some mixture of the massage and the phytoestrogenic actions in the oils. I read this in a book years ago so no proof but I do think essential oils are powerful stuff!

Also read that Maca powder is supposed to be good for filling out your chest and bottom as it also has an effect on your hormones.

I agree with the ideas to exercise and wear a good bra. I think dermarolling might help with stretch marks and perhaps make the skin a bit firmer but not sure it would be dramtatic.

Anyone know if any kind of radiofractional tightening device works on the bust? There is a Thermage Breast lift available but it says for early stage sagging mainly.

I did read surgeons on realself say that once the nipple is pointing down then surgery is the only fix however they would say that.

I do think the body can heal given the right support and time after all it is alive. That includes issues like loose skin, sagging breasts.

Good luck!
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Wed Aug 12, 2015 1:34 pm      Reply with quote
I have had children, with the weight gain and loss inherent in those. Nothing has brought them back to pre-pregnancy condition and if I clicked on your thread I am obviously still interested in improvement; however, I will say they are improved from the immediate state afterwards. I wear a properly fitting bra (most mid to larger breasted women don't--and if you were fitted by Victoria Secret, I can almost guarantee you don't). I massage. I make sure to eat good quality fats--no transfats, fish or fish oil supplements, etc. Moderate exercise with a supportive bra. And I treat the skin on my chest the same as my face--how I treat my face, I treat my neck.
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Sat Aug 15, 2015 5:47 pm      Reply with quote
I think everyone gave you great advice. I lost 10 pounds in 24 hours from illness and my skin was sagging on my legs. I used Weleda brand Birch oil that promise to help firm up the skin and for cellulite.
I did a lot of massaging and felt panicky about the whole thing, plus I was weak.
I tried to do some walking to get the blood flowing also.

How did the skin on your face, arms and legs bounce back to normal?
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I got so excited when I saw this topic. I was literally sitting here bouncing going "yup, yup" someone's gonna have answers... but nope. Since May of 2011 I've lost 143lbs. My breasts are so deflated and sad looking it's pathetic. I've gone from a DD to a B. I wouldn't have believed it if you had said I would feel less feminine without them.

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Here's a study on radio frequency for breast lifting:

https://drdianeduncan.wordpress.com/2012/07/25/pilot-study-using-rf-assisted-tissue-tightening-for-nonexcisional-breast-lifting/

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Tue Nov 29, 2016 6:59 pm      Reply with quote
I think you need a good bra.
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You can fascia blaster your pec muscles, I do this and I recently had my large implants removed and frankly you can't tell that I even had them.

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The breasts are totally a skin issue, and like the neck the shape is totally governed by the condition of the skin

If you can challenge the skin as you do with the neck and it will get tighter and stronger. Brushing is also good.

It's not the product you use so much as the massage itself that firms the skin and as a result lifts the breasts, the skin responds to a challenge by getting stronger/firmer/younger, just as the thigh muscles and the lungs do.

All best, loulou

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otherloulou wrote:
The breasts are totally a skin issue, and like the neck the shape is totally governed by the condition of the skin

If you can challenge the skin as you do with the neck and it will get tighter and stronger. Brushing is also good.

It's not the product you use so much as the massage itself that firms the skin and as a result lifts the breasts, the skin responds to a challenge by getting stronger/firmer/younger, just as the thigh muscles and the lungs do.

All best, loulou


Sounds like a plan, I'll try anything.

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Tue Apr 11, 2017 5:01 am      Reply with quote
Brushing will definitely help big time. My breasts got firmer after rapid weight loss and the skin was previously sagging big time, but they have firmed up nicely.
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Sat Apr 20, 2019 11:51 pm      Reply with quote
Use some essential oil. Regular massage should be helpful.
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Lisa D wrote:
Hi breasthelp:

I have an old (several years, but likely still in working condition) BRAVA breast enhancement system somewhere in the dark recesses of my closet. It's a massively tedious technique to use, and I never really gave it a chance because of this, but you are welcome to it, if you wouldn't mind paying for shipping from me to you. I can find it, and test it to see if it's still working, if you'd like.


I know you wrote this six years ago...but I'm interested in this, if you still have it!
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