Dr. Organic Moroccan Argan Oil Breast Firming Cream Review

I hadn’t come across Dr. Organic products before and was interested to discover this multi-award-winning range not only uses natural and organic raw materials wherever possible, and sustainable natural alternatives whenever a organic ingredient cannot be sourced, but they have also recently released an anti-aging Snail Gel harnessing the ‘unique substance’ produced by snails to regenerate human complexions…

Undeterred, and somewhat grateful I don’t work for a facial beauty review site, I proceeded to purchase their Organic Moroccan Argan Oil Breast Firming Cream at £15.99 for 100ml. Style-wise it stands up to scrutiny amongst the other creams I have reviewed, and although it’s more Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Bust Cream than Sisley Phytobuste Intensive Bust Compound in terms of looks, I was soon to find out it was far closer to its more expensive cousin in terms of results.

The cream is described by Dr. Organic as a ‘cosmeceutical breakthrough in organic formulations,’ which ‘stimulates skin cell metabolism to enhance skin elasticity, dramatically improving mechanical firmness of the skin around and supporting the breasts.’ It contains a considerable shopping list of oils including argan, mangosteen, patchouli, lemon peel, mandarin peel, clove oil, cinnamon leaf and vanilla fruit – some of which sound far more at home in a cake than a beauty product.

Which brings us to the smell. Packaged to remind us of the Moroccan element to this treatment, as a one-time explorer of Marrakech I can 100% certify that, over the course of the review month, the heady fragrance of Organic Moroccan Argan Oil Breast Firming Cream transported me daily straight back to the spice souks of that city – intoxicatingly dark scents I have not experienced before or since. That said, it’s definitely not for everybody, especially as the smell lingers somewhat.

The cream itself is white and glides on easily over the bust and neck areas, instantly dissolving and visibly moisturising the skin. In fact, over the course of a month I was delighted to see a definite improvement in the firmness of my breasts and possibly even a little uplift as well.

This one’s a keeper. Maybe I’ll be brave enough to try the snail gel after all.

Verdict: An exotically-fragranced, mid-priced bust cream, which has a visible effect when used daily over the course of a month. Highly recommended unless you have an aversion to strong, spicy smells.

Buy now: Holland & Barrett.

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