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DON’T PATRONIZE - TOKYO BUST EXPRESS REVIEWS THE PUSH-UP BRA

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Will wearing a padded bra every day be harmful to women?
As wonderful as they are to support your breast throughout your active life, there are some risks with prolonged use.
Breast Cancer According to some medical doctors, the elastic band on most bras can place restriction on the breasts and can prevent the lymphatic vessels from flushing out harmful substances in the breast tissue, causing them to toxify. With padded bras, this is all the more emphasised because the padding adds to the restriction, holding the breasts in an unnatural position. Lumps By wearing a padded bra, you not only restrict the lymph glands but also the lymph fluid. Restriction of this fluid can cause lumps in the breasts as well as fibrous tissue and cysts. Melatonin Wearing a padded bra can reduce melatonin in the body, thanks to its unnatural restriction. Melatonin regulates your sleep patterns, ageing process and the function of your immune system, as well as slows breast cancer. Reduced Circulation A padded bra …

DON’T PATRONIZE: TOKYO BUST EXPRESS REVIEWS DIFFERENT SHAPES OF A WOMAN’S BREASTS

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It is fairly common for most of us to say that there are only two kinds of boobs—big or small—but did you know that women can have one of seven different sets of bust shapes and it is fairly common? Most bra shops that you can take seriously will offer women bras sorted by styles (besides size) so knowing your shape can help you understand how best to take care of them.
Round:Equally full on top and bottom; often surgically enhanced, but not always. Look best in: Balconette styles, which show off your perky shape. Consider round boobs to bras as the oval face to haircuts: Lucky you, your breasts can pull off anything.  
Asymmetric: One breast is larger than the other; ranges from barely noticeable to more pronounced Look best in: Bras with removable pads. You can wear a pad (or more) on the smaller breast to even out your bust line.
Bell Shape: Generally heavier breasts; narrower at the top, then considerably fuller toward the bottom. Look best in: Full-cover styles. Because the boobs are …

DON’T PATRONIZE SAGGING BREASTS | TOKYO BUST EXPRESS REVIEWS MASSAGE

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Let’s face it, we cannot have pert chests like plastic dolls forever. Breast sagging is natural for ageing, changing bodies. The composition of breasts (fat, glands, milk ducts and connective tissues) contain no muscles to hold them up in place. As you grow older, the connective tissues get stretched and lose their elasticity.  In most cases, this natural deterioration of breasts can be reduced by wearing properly-fitted, supportive bras especially when we are the active sort. Don’t patronize yourself for sagging breasts because there is an option to get them pert again without surgery: massage.
Does Bust Enhancement Massage really help in making breasts sag less? Breasts mainly made up of fatty tissues and adipose fats are very responsive to stimulation from massage. By pressing against them, you are also triggering the supporting tissues and lymph circulation to respond. By way of touch, you can induce the hormone oestrogen to flow through your blood stream and reach the breast rece…

DON'T PATRONIZE | TOKYO BUST EXPRESS REVIEWS PADDED BRA MYTHS

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Let Tokyo Bust Expressblogreview a couple of these myths because EVERY woman who owns a push-up bra might not know these.
Myth #1: Push-up bras are designed ultimately for women with a smaller cup size Incorrect. Believe it or not, it could work with anyone, regardless of your size. Keep in mind that a push-up bra actually works better if your breast is composed of more tissues that it can push together to create a cleavage. This is because a push-up bra centres your breasts, regardless if you have small or big breasts.
Tip for smaller cup size:Make sure the push-up bra is scooping your boobs into place on top of the padding. If your breast is sitting on top of the bra like a pillow, it’s wrong for you. To create a nice and central cleavage on a push-up, scoop your breasts in towards the centre of your chest and sit them in place. This will make use of the padding at the side to create a nice central cleavage. Some bras have the boost at the bottom, so you will need to lift your breast…