Jul 25., 2016 / General
Total Curve Review
Total Curve is a 3 step breast augmentation process that promotes itself as a healthy alternative to silicone breast implants. Consisting of a daily supplement of phytoestrogens, a lifting and firming gel with Volufiline and an exercise program designed to firm and develop the muscles supporting the breasts, Total Curve takes about 90 days to deliver the goods.
What Total Curve Claims to Deliver?
They’ve obviously spent considerable time and money developing a formula that, according to Total Curve, gives natural looking and beautiful breasts to women. While this generally means reducing the appearance of sagging and the effects of aging on the breasts, it does claim to increase breast size.
Not Anna Nicole Smith breast size mind you, but honestly, who wants that anyway?
Total Curve Ingredients
Total Curve has most of the ingredients found in competing breast enhancement systems. In the daily supplement you can find buckwheat leaves, fennel seed, dong quai root, damiana leaf, blessed thistle, hops, watercress leaves, black cohosh root and wild yam.
But it’s in the lifting and firming gel where Total Curve really went to work. Here they’ve got aloe vera, bearberry, algae, mango butter, Vitamin C and caffeine. However, they’ve got what they call a secret weapon in natural breast development, and they claim it increases breast tissue by up to 8.4%. That secret weapon is Volufiline – a clinically developed breast tissue stimulator.
Does Total Curve Work?
Actually…it does. We were a little sceptical at first, with their claims about Volufiline being so wildly innovative, but it looks like the real deal. We’ve had numerous reports of women using this product who claim to have increased their breast size by two, even three cup sizes. They’ve also reported reduced sagging and that their breasts have become more natural looking and aesthetically pleasing.
How long does it take?
Some women reported faster gains than others, but most users saw the most noticeable difference between two and three months. Not record speed, but well within the normal time span.
Any side effects?
Some women reported a reduction in PMS symptoms and relief from vaginal dryness, which would certainly be welcome news to most women.
We were pleasantly surprised with Total Curve. There’s plenty of competition in this market niche, of natural breast augmentation, so you’ve really got to do something special to get our attention. What we liked about it? They delivered what they said they would – reduced sagging, an increase in breast size and enhancement of overall breast health. We like numbers, and in this case the numbers didn’t lie. We’ve numerous reports of women happy with what Total Curve did. They like it, and so do we.