Breast sagging is a natural process that happens with age wherein the breasts lose their suppleness and elasticity. Sagging breast (ptosis) is a common complaint for many women and this occurs in part because of a loss of elasticity due to rapid weight loss, childbirth, wearing the incorrect bra size and the effects of gravity.
Breasts consist of fatty tissue and milk ducts placed atop the pectoral muscles that support them, and by doing chest exercises to build up the “pecs” breasts can receive the lift and support they need.
Many women feel their b**bs have gone past the point of no return as it pertains to the downward shift of their breasts, but there is really no need to worry because there are several home remedies for regaining the firmness of saggy breasts, including regular pectoral exercises, olive oil massaging, ice massaging, cucumber and egg mask, vegetable oils and essential oils in different forms.
Ice Massaging: This is an effective method of regaining firmness in sagging breasts and uplifting them. Take two cubes of ice and massage it in a circle around your breast for at least a minute. Don’t do it for too long, as the skin of the breast is very sensitive. This will help tighten and tone the skin of the breasts. Cold temperatures naturally tighten up skin and slow cellular movement, this is a good technique when combined with immediately putting on a properly fitting bra and then staying in some sort of reclined position to allow the effects of the cold to sink in, thereby increasing the effects.
Cucumber and egg yolk: Another excellent remedy for lifting the breasts is a mask prepared from cucumber and egg yolk, cucumber has natural skin-toning properties and egg yolk has high levels of protein and vitamins that can help treat sagging breasts. Cut 1 small cucumber in a blender, mix in 1 egg yolk and 1 teaspoon of butter or cream to get a paste. Apply it onto your breasts and leave it on for about 30 minutes, wash it off thoroughly with cold water. Use this mask once a week to firm and strengthen the breast tissues.
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