Tuesday, 21 August 2012

9 comments:

BeautyGeekUK said...

That's just so depressing; I don't understand why we can't just love and work with what we've got when it comes to our figure. Surely the joy of boobs is that they come in all shapes and sizes?! xx

Philippe Bijnens said...

Is nobody going to make the 'manboobs' comment??

Charli said...

I agree with all you wrote here! Whenever I see boob products it sort of always screams 'false' at me... and cellulite creams.. sadly!!

Meg said...

It's not such a joy when you're weighed down by back pain and stretched skin!

I think the inference from the products is not that boobs are all either too big or small, it's perhaps that if you're boobs are just right for you then don't buy a cream at all. It's not like the female population must choose one UTan product or another...we could just not buy any if we're quite happy.

Sparklz and Shine said...

Any reply I try to type to this just makes me crosser. The whole concept is just ridiculous and selling pipe dreams. Grrr

Bare Faced Chic said...

I'm in the category of people who wishes that this would work. FF boobs are not fun. But I do recognise the fact that all a cream could do would be to temporarily tighten things and that solves nothing. It just makes people feel worse when it doesn't give the magic hoped for results and that just causes even more internal pain and breeds more creams like this and so the cycle goes on.
I feel very sad that women, and I do include myself, do dislike their bodies to thé extent that we will spend silly amounts of money on them, on creams and lotions and potions and injections and surgery to correct what we see as flaws. What we need is for all of us to accept who we are, regardless of the size of our boobs, thighs, nose, pores... I just don't know how to achieve that but I do know that a boob minimising cream is not the answer :-(

valerie @wildbeginnings said...

fantastically well said!

Lynda said...

If this worked wouldn't people just be smearing it on their butts and thighs to "Minus" those too? Such nonsense with no scientific basis whatsoever that I struggle to believe in the manufacturers believe. That it's sold out does depress me because it means money is being made from purposely preying on insecurities (yes i know that pretty much applies to entire beauty and skin industries!)

beauty-laser said...

Well said! If only women would listen to sense and stop trying to look like Barbie. We are so gullible and insecure and we teach our daughters to be the same.