skinChemists Advanced Breast Booster Review

From a quick glance at their website, you could be forgiven for thinking skinChemists is some kind of maverick laboratory-cum-voodoo manufacturer, given that product ranges include Bee Venom, Wild Caviar and the award-winning Wrinkle Killer Snake Serum. Indeed, there’s a new Placenta range arriving this spring. Founded in the 1950s, the company describes itself as being at the “forefront of innovation, fusing science with nature to create the most powerful skincare regimens on the market.”

SkinChemists offers a range of products targeting at improving the bust area, and the cream I reviewed was Advanced Breast Booster. The product sorts the women from the girls in terms of pricing and surprisingly offers little information on the website save that it restores “volume to matured, dehydrated and stressed skin” and “aims to give fuller, plumper breast [sic] by improving skin condition.” One would have hoped the budget would stretch to a proofreader for such a high-end product, but you can’t win ’em all.

The packaging of this product is as discreet as the website, which is no bad thing. It’s a handsome, slightly understated addition to my beauty collection. Advanced Breast Booster’s only “magic ingredient” cited is avocado, which apparently helps to stimulate hyaluronic acid within the skin to create a plumping effect. As a big fan of avocado I was keen to see how my money would translate.

More of a lotion than a cream, the product matches its branding with a delicately-scented, super-light consistency, which dissolves quickly into the skin, leaving it beautifully refreshed. Drying within seconds, the bust and décolletage area are left with a matt finish and a perceptible feeling of tightness. Of the many breast products I have tried, this is the only one that has genuinely felt like something is happening instantly to my skin, and I was suitably impressed. There are no instructions on whether to use it once or twice a day, so I opted for twice as I was curious to see the results, although in the long term I would have probably chosen once so as to make it last a little longer.

Four weeks later, I can definitely see an improvement in the hydration of my skin. It might be my imagination or the fact that there is this noticeable feeling of tightness, but my breasts do feel somewhat lifted, if not exactly plumper. My only quibble – other than cost – would be that the fragrance, which is initially lovely, fades quickly to a soapy after-scent, which was slightly too mature for my taste. That aside, I really enjoyed using this product and my bust feels much improved.

Verdict: This high-end luxury lotion is understated yet brilliant. If your budget stretches to three figures, I would definitely recommend it for dehydrated or mature skin.

Buy now: Amazon.

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