Mio’s Boob Tube+ claims to leave you with fit skin for life – they are so confident of their product that they suggest you will be thanking them in 20 years’ time. The down-to-earth marketing doesn’t try to bamboozle with scientific jargon, but simply explains how crinkly the décolletage can look if left unloved, and why the delicate skin is in dire need of a rich moisturiser. It is billed as a multi-action bust firmer, and aims to improve elasticity to help your boobs point north instead of south.
The new and improved formula contains the same “omega and antioxidant rich sag protection” as the previous version, with the addition of a natural range of “plumpers”, “firmers” and “conditioners” to ensure your skin is in fighting fit condition. The boffins at Mio have also added a number of “skin brighteners” to help erase sun damage.
The cream is a good consistency which spreads easily and is absorbed well. The only slightly off-putting point to note is the smell, which is not as pleasing as other products on the market. You are encouraged to use a daily dose “from below your boobs to the top of your neck”, but the product is facial quality skincare and so can be used as a moisturiser for your face as well. In terms of pricing, the Mio Boob Tube+ is great value for money as it will last a long time.
Overall the moisturiser is a high quality product which certainly leaves the skin feeling smooth and nourished. Although it was hard to notice any visible improvement in the claims of brighter skin, that might be more obvious with a sun damaged décolletage.
Verdict: An extra rich moisturiser which nourishes the skin and leaves it looking and feeling firmer and fitter, only slightly let down by the unpleasant aroma.
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