The standard of “beauty” is different throughout the world; some cultures idolize petite women whereas others prefer voluptuous women, some cultures are attracted to body modifications like lip plates whereas other cultures denounce this completely. Despite the many different idea of beauty throughout the world, there is one ideal which all cultures share: symmetry.
Unfortunately, most of us are not perfectly symmetrical and this takes away from our appearance. When it comes to asymmetrical breasts, it can be particularly embarrassing as well as unflattering. And, in the past, there wasn’t much women could do about uneven breast sizes. They could basically stuff half their bra but this wouldn’t help while at the beach or during intimate moments. If they wanted to actually even out the size of their breasts, then they would have to have surgery. Either one breast would be enhanced or one decreased. Both options are painful, expensive and risky – not to mention create scarring and/or fake-looking breasts.
So, what are you supposed to do if your breasts are uneven?
5 years ago, the answer to this question would have been “get surgery or deal with it!”. Today, women have medical technology on their sides. It is possible to increase breast size naturally. Total Curve is currently the most effective, natural solution for breast enhancement available. It is a two-part system which utilizes phytoesterol supplements and a topical serum with Volufiline, a natural plant steroid which stimulates fat formation. Total Curve is completely safe for virtually all women (shouldn’t be used by pregnant or lactating women because of insufficient study in this area). Plus, Total Curve has actually been clinically tested and proven to work.
If you want to increase just one breast size with Total Curve, all you need to do is apply the topical gel to the breast you want to increase. Because Total Curve is formulated for two breasts, you will still have ½ a container left by the time you run out of the monthly supplement supply.
The only real problem with using Total Curve for increasing the size of just one breast is that Total Curve also lifts breasts. So, let’s say that your left breast is smaller than your right. You only apply Total Curve to the left breast. Soon, the left breast will be as big as the right but it will be perkier and firmer. This creates a different type of asymmetry which also is not so appealing. To avoid this, you may want to apply Total Curve to both your breasts. But, only apply it to the larger breast once daily and the smaller breast 3x daily. That way, the larger breast will also get lifted while the smaller one grows and lifts. By the end of the treatment period, your breasts may not be exactly the same size or perkiness, but they will have a much more appealing symmetry than when you started with Total Curve.