Beautiful breasts forever!

Lacking muscle, breast tissue succumbs to gravity, but self-massage, undertaken daily, can lift, round and enhance your natural form.

Lacking muscle, breast tissue succumbs to gravity, but self-massage, undertaken daily, can lift, round and enhance your natural form.

by Julia Busch — 

While great for the heart, regular workouts can be rough on the breasts. Even walking can cause stress for fuller figures. Lacking muscle, breast tissue succumbs to gravity, but self-massage, undertaken daily, can lift, round and enhance your natural form.

In addition to self-massage, cold-pressed vegetable oil, (e.g., sweet almond), laced with aromatic phytohormones or plant hormones (e.g., essential oils such as sage, lemongrass, geranium), is required. Similar to human hormones, they stimulate estrogen. You can use a simple or complex blend.

A sophisticated, exquisitely scented, multiuse blend of oils can bring about glowing breasts as well as emotional support. Good breast self-care allows you to feel more loved and, consequently, more loving. It can be used by nursing mothers to enhance lactation, by babies and moms to enhance bonding, by women who would like their men to show a little more TLC, and even by men who feel the need for more TLC. The recipe may also help with weight loss.

To massage, take just enough oil in each palm so that your hands glide fluidly. Begin at the center chest. Rub, in circular movements, upward and outward toward the underarms, back under and around, just like the hand movements in the Charleston dance. As you massage, visualize increased oxygen and nutrients flowing to your breasts and see the toxins draining out. Feel your breasts lifting and firming. Massage only the flesh of the breasts, avoiding the nipple or areola. Repeat this motion 50 times in one daily session. That’s all there is to it.

Additional tips

  • As you go through your day, imagine the top of your head pulled gently back by a string. This posture flatters your bustline by aligning your ears with your shoulders, hips, knees and ankle joints.
  • Hot water breaks down fatty tissue; instead, try cool splashes of water at the side of the breasts, which helps firm them.
  • Similar easy, at-home exercises can strengthen upper arm, back and pectoral muscles (chest muscles) to lift and prevent sagging.

 

Julia Busch is president of Anti-Aging Press, Inc., editor of the So Young™ anti-aging holistic newsletter and author of 10 books. 800-SO-YOUNG.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 24, Number 3, June/July 2005.

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