Growing breasts is one of the most lucrative industries out there today, as such there tends to be a certain level of scamming and malfunctioning going on out there.
This is largely due to certain things:
A relatively uneducated marketplace, the birth of a new industry (scamming is always a thing when new industries pop up, people make quick money and get out), and largely unregulated policies.
Because it’s largely unregulated, things can go awry.
Not to worry, however, this will fix itself up as great products start becoming the mainstay and great companies begin to crop up.
As established corporations or ambitious entrepreneurs begin offering great products, the scammy ones will slowly get weeded out WITHOUT government intervention.
We need to put Ron Swanson in power. Get rid of the government and allow a free enterprise economy flourish in its glory.
Growth, innovation and productivity will increase tenfold. Exponential amounts of commerce and trade will take place.
Winners will emerge and losers will get slaughtered.
The best product wins. That’s a free market economy.
With all these new breast enhancement technology popping up, it may prove difficult to decipher who the best are.
Who’s a scammer, who’s not. Who’s legit, who’s not. And whatnot.
It seems that market research is pertinent in this situation, make sure to ask questions and with newer products – approach the so called “reviews” to not be perfectly accurate.
Companies often give their products out to people with an incentive to have them review the product.
And as we all know, incentivized reviews are not exactly the most accurate. And there are various ways to go out and eliminate the bad reviews from the internet in an attempt to obscure them from potential buyers.
So, you’d have to find a reliable and objective source with no vested interest in your purchasing of the product or not.
As long as they’re an incentive or commission, these reviews might not necessarily hold true to all the “objective” facts they’re providing.
Opinion is subjective, and someone writing their review is simply stating their opinion. Even the product labels are subjective as no company will lightly disclose ALL the products used.
So approach and take it with a grain of salt.
Look for certification stamps such as the FDA and scour the internet for government resources approving or disclosing the safety of the product.
Ask people who’ve used it before to give you a personal in-depth review, not just a hearsay or a second-hand story that might have been entirely fabricated for the financial gain of the company.
And generally be on the lookout for false claims and overextended promises.
Such as, but not limited to, miraculous results in a short amount of time or things that would typically excite you.
A cup or 2 of improved growth over a sustained period of time…say a couple of months or several for that matter, might seem realistic.
But products offering instantaneous, 2 cups over a week span type of results is lying to you and / or they’re using some kind of dangerous method.