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!
Retailing at £57.00 for just 50ml, the Sampar Lift Me Up Bust Cream is one of the more expensive products, so it’s such a shame that the unusual packaging lets it down.
Priced at £42.50 for 50ml, Clarins Bust Beauty Extra Lift Gel is described as ‘an invisible natural bra’, promising to strengthen, firm, tone and smooth the bust instantly thanks to ingredients such as Oat Sugars, Vu Sua and vitamins E and B5.
Formulated with Vu Sua and Bocoa extracts (the former comes from fruit harvested in South Vietnam, while the latter from an Amazonian tree known for its ‘exceptionally resistant’ wood), Clarins promises that the lotion will ‘restore tone and firmness’ to the décolletage with on-going nightly use.
The Orico Full Cup Bust and Neck Enhancing Elixir is a 100% natural product, with 76% of the ingredients from organic farming. The oil harnesses the power of mukul extract, a resin extracted from the bark of the guggul myrrh tree, which has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries.
There’s nothing quite like walking into a branch of Lush. It’s the cosmetic equivalent of walking into a sweetie shop – a mind-blowing concoction of colours and scents, with all of the products quite literally looking good enough to eat.
Priced at just £6 for 150ml, the Liquid Bra Toning Gel from Avon Solutions is one of the cheapest bust products available, but is it good value for money or just a false economy?
After three years and one million pounds’ worth of research and development, Ultimo founder, Michelle Mone, released a cream which she claimed could reduce breast size in just one week. Marketed as a bust reduction in a bottle, it was the first product of its kind on the market.
For all the hype Ultimo USculpt Boobs Minus received when Ultimo founder, Michelle Mone, launched it as the first cream to reduce breast size, the counterpart Ultimo USculpt Boobs Plus slipped quietly on to the market
Retailing at £35.00 for just 50ml, the Decléor Paris Perfect Sculpt Bust Beautifying Toning Gel is on the pricier side of bust creams, but hardcore Decléor fans won’t be disappointed with this rich gel.
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