Whether we are trying to increase our breast size or decrease it, the matter is generally beyond our control and dependent upon the adipose fatty tissue that gives our breasts their shape. Keeping the upright, firm breast line of the teenage years involves hard work and patience and needs to be started at a very early age.
Pectoral muscles that are underworked show up in signs of sagging, or as droopy bustlines. Breast stroke in the water–and out–is a good pectoral exercise, as is pushing your hands against each other when placed at chin level with the elbows stuck out on either side. Essential oils can help, together with exercise and cold water and ice treatments –the cold contracts the tissues. Splash the breasts or apply an ice cup, in outward, circular movements around the breasts and follow by applying a massage oil. Massage is the best way to help prevent stretch marks, caused by fluctuation in breast weight.
ESSENTIAL OILS TO INCREASE AND FIRM BREASTS
The best base vegetable oils to use on breasts are grapeseed or almond. To make massage oils use 5 drops of essential oil to each l teaspoon of base oil.
BREAST CARE TREATMENT 1:
Dilute 3 drops of cypress oil as well as you possibly can in 1 teaspoon of witch hazel. Add this to a bowl of cold water, or cold water in a basin, and splash the breasts alternately–at least ten times each. This is done alternately to allow for contraction and dilation. Then massage the breasts in outward, circular movements with this formula:
- Clary-sage 3 drops
- Geranium 5 drops
- Fennel 12 drops
- Lemongrass 10 drops
Diluted in 2 tablespoons base oil
This firming treatment must be done every day after exercise.
BREAST CARE TREATMENT 2:
While you are having a warm bath use the ice-cup over the breasts in outward, circular movements. Massage afterwards using this formula:
- Lemongrass 10 drops
- Cypress 10 drops
- Spearmint 8 drops
- Black pepper 2 drops
Diluted in 2 tablespoons base oil If you really cannot bear the ice-cup method, use cold water from a showerhead.
Wish you always healthy and happy in life.
This article is for reference only and to share experiences, and is not a substitute for medical diagnosis or treatment.
Source: THE COMPLETE BOOK OF ESSENTIAL OILS & AROMATHERAPY – Valerie Ann Worwood & Essential Oil Natural Remedies – ALTHEA PRESS