They come in all shapes and sizes and, as women, we know how important they can be for our confidence and womanhood.

breasts lift with all natural cosmetics

 

 

 

One of the most important element when it comes to a naturally lifted bust is of course the elasticity of the skin. And even though,  there is nothing we can do to fight gravity all together, there are some home remedies that will help massively when applied consistently skin. These home remedies mostly consist of essential oils and other natural oils that will help boost your skin’s elasticity and tonicity. Many creams and lotions out there on the market promise the same results however it is important to remember that breasts are highly vascularised parts of our body. It is therefore very important to be extra careful about the chemicals you use on that area (especially if you happen to be breast feeding!).

 

Here is our Natural Bust lifting Recipe:

 

 

In a bowl, mix 1 tbsp of Avocado oil, 1 tbsp of Borage oil, 1 tbsp of Evening primerose oil, add 3 drops of Lavender Essential Oil , 3 drops of Cypress Essential oil as well as 3 drops of Geranium Essential Oil,

Apply gently on your breasts and cleavage. Massage the oil so it penetrates completely in the skin.

Use on a daily basis for best results. We love to use it in the evening after showering and before slipping into bed. Lovely smell as well!

If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, please skip the essential oils and only use the vegetable oils. These are completely safe for your baby although it may be best to let the oils sink into your skin and gently wipe off the niples so you don’t cause nipple aversion for your baby before breastfeeding.

We hope you will see amazing results with this oil and as always, please share your  comments in the comment section below and share with your friends!

Lots of Love

The Spoiled Bee Xx


8 responses to “Our Secret Bust Lifting Oil Recipe”

  1. […] My Secret Bust Lifting Oil DIY Recipe […]

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  3. kbandaruk Avatar

    lovely article. I so wish I could go “sans” bra but I’m way too large and would offend most people. Darn!

    1. engelsfrance Avatar

      Yes I know this is “the” issue when having feminine curves, however I thought sharing the information was important! I have very good girlfriends of mine who are voluptuous…and my advise was to go “sans” bra at home and in the evening…
      Relating to some kind of dressing code is part of our culture though…and this is great!!! Living part time in New Caledonia, I can compare the lives of women in tribes (ok they don’ t have to deal with the same taboo…however they have to deal with lake of respect…and this is a huuuuge issue! So welcome in our ” avec” bra world… 🙂

  4. atkokosplace Avatar

    You are so right in regards to not wearing a bra. My daughter is quite voluptuous and she will go without a bra as much as she can. When going out she will wear a light lacy “bra-like” bra that isn’t too constricting but gives some support. I am going to make her this oil. I make a different one, but I am very excited to try this one. I already can tell how nice this will smell! I appreciate all your recipes. Thank you for sharing them. 🙂

  5. Denise Holland Avatar
    Denise Holland

    Does it really work???

    1. France Engels Avatar

      Thank you so much for contacting us with any question you would have. Indeed our posts are based on botanical benefits for our health, wellbeing and Beaty. We do base our posts and shares on scientific publications (validated by an international comity), . In the case of bellis perrennis or daisy, we based our post on scientific facts too: daisy has been proved to contain astringent, tensor and anti inflammatory substances to name only a few of them. Here is the link of one of the multiple scientific studies proving the effectiveness of this plant. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/313677850_The_Pharmacological_importance_of_Bellis_perennis_-_A_review
      Of course, the soonest we use it, the best the results can be. And , as for each remedy, should it be chemical or botanical, it has physiologic and anatomical limitations . Though it is used even by famous labs (both in homeopathy and allopathy) to take care of wounds, bruises and blood circulations ailments). The science cumulated with the ancestral experience of women using it for centuries is the base of our articles. I hope you found some answer to your questions. Please feel free to come back to us with any further questions. We love botanic and we love helping ladies…and I have a real passion for the science behind botanic and health. Have a wonderful Sunday. 🙂

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