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What's the Brava System All About?

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Move over, implants - there's a new competitor on the market. Brava is the name of one of the newest breast enlargement systems to be touted by the media in recent years, but the question is, is it right for you? Find out what the hype is all about here.

Brava is one of the newest alternatives to traditional augmentation surgery, and it is aimed at women who want to change the size and shape of their breasts. The makers of Brava claim that their product helps women grow their own breast tissue without having to set foot in a hospital for a surgical procedure. You can purchase it directly from the manufacturer or an authorized physician near you.

Who is Brava geared toward?
Brava is geared toward women who want more body confidence and want to improve the appearance of their breasts, but don't want surgery. Sounds like most women, right? Candidates must be in good health and be at least 18, and have a breast size of AA, A, B or a small C cup. Candidates must also be willing to commit to Brava for 10 hours a day for at least 10 weeks. Women who are under 18, are pregnant or who have breastfed in the last six months, have a history of breast surgery, have chronic dermatitis on the chest are or who have had an irregular breast mammogram in the past year should not use the product.

How does it work?
The Brava device looks like a high-tech sports bra and consists of two domes and a mini-computer that creates suction on the breasts to stimulate its growth. Women must wear the device ten hours a day for at least ten weeks, as it is necessary to produce new breast tissue. After doing this, they state that a woman could expect to increase their breasts by 1/2 to 2 cup sizes

How does it compare to surgery?
Compared to breast implants, Brava comes out on top, as it doesn't carry with it nearly as many health risks. With a traditional implant, you're looking at the possibility of infection and scar tissue, not to mention the fact that the implant isn't permanent, so the procedure will likely have to repeated someday. However, Brava doesn't provide as good as results for women who seek a drastic change in breast size.

Other options to consider
Let's not forget that there is a third option for women who wish to change the appearance of their breasts-the natural option. There are a variety of creams out there on the market that are designed to increase breast size as well as enhance the overall appearance of breasts, and they should be the first resort when seeking to change breast size. They have virtually no side effects and are much, much cheaper than their medical alternatives. It simply makes more sense to start with the simplest and cheapest solution first, before you buy a product that will stretch your breast tissue or go under the knife.

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