Wondering whether it’s worth splashing upwards of £40 on that expensive bust cream? Read our selection of cream reviews before you make your decision!
Elemis Pro Collagen Lifting Treatment is a cream which promises to address the signs of ageing on the décolletage, giving you a “smoother, firmer, more youthful looking neck and bust.”
Dr. Ceuticals is a range of targeted body-care products which are available exclusively online and at leading high street pharmacist, Boots. There’s a cream or gel to beautify most female body parts.
When I found out I’d be reviewing this product, I was intrigued to say the least. A smart, small bottle waving an extremely hefty price tag must surely be either a miracle product, or a rip-off – I couldn’t wait to find out which.
Nip + Fab Bust Fix comes in at less than half the price of the luxury brands, although is still considerably above budget products. Pledging to ‘sculpt and promote fullness’ and ‘improve tone and texture’ for its user’s bust and décolleté, dozens of online reviewers claim it’s done wonders for their cup size.
Palmer’s Cocoa Butter products are a familiar sight on the shelves of many UK high street pharmacies and shops, and we’re used to an inexpensive brand with a reasonable reputation.
Payot Paris Bust Performance is a gel which boasts an “ultra-firming, tightening formula with a light and silky gel-cream texture that melts on the skin”. With ingredients including soya protein, to remodel and round out the breasts, fortifying calcium, to restructure the framework of the breasts, and smoothing horsetail extract, to strengthen breast support and help reduce stretch marks, it also has a special component of Phytolift-Calcium complex, which acts as a bust “lifter”.
Liz Earle’s Superskin range targets more mature consumers with a selection of beauty products designed to visibly plump and smooth older or particularly dry, ‘crepey’ skin.
Matis Réponse Corps Tonicité Push Up Bust promises to enhance the volume of the bust, as well as achieving a smoother, younger-looking chest. The gel is specially formulated to firm and tone the bust area by tightening the skin tissue and improving elasticity.
Talika Bust Phytoserum looks smart and comes with a lot of claims, but is it really worth the price tag? The stylish bottle-in-a-bottle effect certainly looks the part, but the pump action is shallow and so only a small amount of serum is dispensed at any one time.
Part of Thalgo’s Slim & Sculpt Expert series, Bust and Décolleté promises to plump up the bust area using extracts of marine algae – slightly confusing seeing as all the other products in this range claim to refine and ‘lipo-reduce’ various other body parts!
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