Vibrating bra claims to enlarge a womans breasts by ONE cup size in just seven days
Vibrating bra claims to enlarge a womans breasts by ONE cup size in just seven days
A radical flutter bra could help enlarge a woman’s breasts by ONE cup size. The ‘miracle’ bust enhancer has been invented by Serbian Milan Milić. And he claims it also makes breasts perkier and brings them closer – in just SEVEN days. If the absurd bra passes analytic tests, plenty of women could get a bigger breasts without going through painful breast surgery. The former construction student has spent months designing the unique concept. Architect Milan’s companion Jelena Sabic, 24, first tested the mock-up – and the couple were blown away by the results. Milan, from Lazarevac, Serbia, said: It all started about two years ago. Jelena wanted bigger breasts and wanted plastic surgery but she was afraid of the scars afterwards. She didn’t want to insert a foreign object into her body plus it was too costly for us to afford that operation. ‘So we started to analysis how we could do it differently. ‘After our analysis we made the first mock-up of the new bra. We tried the first test of the mock-up on Jelena. ‘We thought the first result wouldn’t be visible for about two or three months but after just two days the results were very good. ‘After seven days she [had] gone up a whole size. You only need to wear the bra for five minutes a day, three times a week and after just seven days you will have expanded her bra size by one cup size.’ Pre-med student Andrena, from Miami, also tested the bra back in May and saw her breasts grow from 32B to 34C. Andrena said: ‘Obviously I was doubtful at first because it seemed too good to be true but after I used the bra it was just amazing – I’ve had to acquisition new bigger bras and everything. ‘Plus they’ve stayed the same which is what I was worried about – I thought it might just be a brief increase.’ Enhance Bikini breasts: Miami citizen Andrea is now so much more bold about her arrival Milan has brought the device – called the E bra – to the US where two American women have tested it. Now it has been absorb and tested on several women in Europe with brilliant results. Plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzheaur consistent and took image of tester Sabrina Molinar – and accepted her breast size increased. Captivated Sabrina, a stage hand from West Palm Beach, Florida, told Mail Online: ‘I was a 36B before but now I think I’d be a lot more appropriate in a C cup admitting I haven’t been out to buy any new bras yet. ‘I notice it most when I’m unconscious – I wake up and go, my boobs they aching, because I’m not used to having them so I get uncomfortable. ‘I absolutely feel like I fill clothes a little better and it feels good. If I give someone a hug I have to contain for them – it feels contrasting and I’m just not used to them yet. There was a bold change for me.’ ‘Nothing was affect it other than the bra’, she said. ‘I’d love to try the bra out again to see if they will go even bigger.’ Enhance Bikini and after: The breathtaking results show how Andrena’s boobs got bigger Florida-based plastic surgeon Dr. Salzhauer is now calling for a accurate analytic trial with a larger sample size. ‘I can confirm that the tester’s breasts grew’, he explained. ‘We took before and after account and we measured. There was an boost of volume of at least 50cc – maybe even 100cc. ‘It was a small change correlated to an implant – but they were bigger and they were fuller and closer together. ‘Now I don’t know if she gained weight or it was down to her monthly cycle or it was the bra itself. ‘It would absolutely need a more clinically composed study to say for sure it was the bra that did it. ‘But I can verify that her breasts were bigger than they were before she started wearing the bra.’ The bra is still in the very early stages of advancement and architect Milan doesn’t yet have any kind of deal with an bikini manufacturer. Great British boobs survey: We want to find out what real women fairly think of their belongings boobs are toxic timebombs’: Ruling on faulty embed leaves victims with nowhere to turn