by Sophia Marcel
A beautiful bust is in part a gift of nature but also in part a result of the care that you take. To men they’re mainly erotic – but for women it has a positive effect on our confidence.
Of course some sag is inevitable. Gravity, breast growth spurts in your teens and early 20s, pregnancy, breast-feeding, and hormonal changes all cause your breast to change shape. Any change in the shape of your breasts stretches your skin’s collagen and elastin, two components that make skin firm. This leaves your twins less perky over time.
Still, there’s one move that will mess them up for sure and that is weight fluctuations, which will surely cause your boobs to sag prematurely. Breasts are very sensitive to weight changes so it’s best if you keep a stable weight. The breast is the first place you lose volume when you lose fat hence, will lose even more volume if you lose too fast. While a great cleavage is nice, I’m pretty sure we can all agree that small and perky looks better than big and not so perky.