Patches or Breast Enlargement Pills?
Today more than ever before there's been an ever
increasing demand for breast enhancement products. And to fill
this growing demand manufactures and distributors are hard at
work offering a wide selection of enhancement patches and
pills. But with this growing supply comes a varying degree of
quality and effectiveness in products. Unfortunately a number
of women just grab and use whatever enhancement product they
can think of without much for-thought and formulation study.
As with any major purchase we recommend that you do your
homework first. Thoroughly study, ingredients, effects, and
use before you buy. Purchasing breast enlargement products
without research may lead to a wrong product choice that could
costly to your budget.
Both breast enhancement pills and patches have proven to be
effective for helping women increase there breast up to three
cup sizes. There is very little difference in potency between
the two. Both products promote rounder and fuller breasts.
Breast enhancement patches are also referred to as transdermal
patches, since the ingredients are absorbed by the skin and
are directed to the bloodstream. Pills on the other hand work
like a regular medication; the body absorbs the ingredients
and pass them through the blood stream then is discharged to work in
The difference between breast enhancement patches and pills
lies in their form. Patches contain a mixture of ingredients,
which are attached one at a time to a dry, clean, part of the
body such as the abdomen, thigh, waist, and arm for a 72 hour
period. Pills are in capsule form and are taken with a tall
glass of water. Once dissolved by stomach acids, they go
through the liver and later the bloodstream.