I have never used it, but I was curious myself about trying it. I'm getting married in a few months, and my gown is strapless... kinda want to be able to fill it out. Anyone out there tried it?<p>[This message has been edited by jfroggie (edited 08-22-2001).]
It is fiction. And even if it did work, you'd have to take it forever to retain any benefits you got from it; also, there is no proof that it won't cause problems down the road. Many of these products contain hormones, and we don't know that these hormones won't later cause cancer or other complications. For your wedding, there are tons of strapless push-up bras that will give you a nice,full effect.
I wish I had some input about the supplements, but I do not...however I did want to agree with "wearesiamese" on her advice to the bride-to-be. I wore what I fondly refer to as my "bullet-proof bra" on my wedding day, and if I do say so myself, my dress looked great. <IMG SRC="http://www.healthboards.com/ubb/wink.gif"> Whether you try the pills or not, be sure to get yourself a great bra! You won't regret it! (On a totally unrelated note, also carry some blotting papers in your purse that day...you can run to the ladies' room or even a deserted corner and freshen up without having to reapply a ton of powder or makeup!) Lord, I love talking about weddings...I swear I should write a book!! <IMG SRC="http://www.healthboards.com/ubb/smile.gif">
Bloussant didn't work for me. I used it for 3 1/2
months witb no change except that I gained some weight.
Also I started to feel a little nauseated so I stopped
taking it. When I called their customer service line,
the rep told me to increase the capsules to three times
a day. Anyway, I was disappointed, but they did
refund my $359.00.
$359!! Let me say that again--$359!! <IMG SRC="http://www.healthboards.com/ubb/smile.gif">
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