In the U.S., people spent more than $2 billion treating acne in 2004, reports the American Academy of Dermatology. And while most people think of acne as a facial problem, many of the 85 percent of Americans who have to deal with acne at some point during their lives know that breakouts are also likely to occur on your back and chest.
The female breast is a subject of intense contemplation by both men and women. Breasts serve the natural function of producing milk to nourish our young, but they represent so much more, particularly when it comes to attitudes regarding femininity and sexuality. Contemporary Western culture celebrates large breasts as an ideal. As a result many women express dissatisfaction with the size of their breasts and seek natural means, such as exercise, to make their breasts larger and firmer.
Mother Nature may not have endowed you with the goods to fill out that bathing suit top, but that doesn’t mean you have to resort to surgery to get what you want. In fact, Mother Nature herself may provide the ingredients for improving upon the bounty she gave — or didn’t give — you. While few scientific studies support claims of breast enlargement for nonsurgical methods, anecdotal evidence suggests that some home remedies may help increase your breast size. Be sure to discuss your plans with your health care provider.