Q&A: Do Breast Enlargement Pumps Cause Stretch Marks?

Hi, I already have stretch marks on my breasts. I also have them on my butt and thighs so I think I am already prone to stretch marks and don’t want more. Will pumping my boobs cause more stretch marks?

Super good question. Nobody needs more stretch marks. And it’s especially cruel when you finally get bigger breasts…only to have them covered with those not so cute little lines.

To answer your question – let’s just go into a brief background of what we’re dealing with. This is just a brief reply – make sure you also read our full guide for NOT getting stretch marks during natural breast enhancement. 

Stretch marks are caused literally by the stretching of the skin. And they can happen any time your body grows faster than your skin can keep up with, which causes the elastic fibers under the surface of the skin to break. The result? Stretch marks.

And when it comes to these not-so-beauties, the best advice is: An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. We highly, highly recommend insist that you never use a breast pump (especially Bosom Beauty or Noogleberry since these are both stronger than Brava) without first making sure your boobies are very hydrated, moisturized and nourished.

There is no “too much” when it comes to this. Especially in dryer, colder climates – use deeply moisturizing oils like avocado oil, emu oil (really, really good for stretch marks, btw), and coconut oil or opt for rich body butter like cocoa butter or shea butter.

We also highly recommend breast filling creams with both Volufiline (to plump up your breasts) and Bio-Bustyl. Bio-Bustyl is a handy little ingredient and a must-have when you’re growing larger breasts since it increases collagen production in the skin so that your skin can maintain its elasticity and stretch to accommodate your growing breasts without creating new stretch marks.

As for your existing stretch marks – give SkinCeption’s stretch mark therapy cream a try to visibly improve the appearance of stretch marks.

So always, always slap on the cream before you pump!

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