Women are spending £140 on ‘breast facials’ to perk up their saggy b@obs

Who remembers the days when push up bras were a thing? Well, apparently they’re so last year now thanks to a new treatment. A procedure has been launched which involves women getting “breast facials” in order to perk up their boobs. The treatment by Sia’s Beauty in New York treats the chest area and promises to increase perkiness.

It also creates more supple skin with the use of massage and electrically charged needles which will cost you a whopping £140 ($180), according to the New York Post. Karen Hong, owner of Sia’s Beauty, said: “In China, we do this all the time. It’s very good for circulation and helping the lymphatic system to drain toxins.”

The treatment also promises to create more supple skin with the use of massage (Image: Getty Images/EyeEm)

She says the breast facials are certainly a hit with her clients, with one customer’s skin looking smooth for days following the treatment. Meanwhile, LA-based expert Candace Marino reports that boob-centric treatments are becoming seriously popular, gaining attention from women on the West Coast. She said: “I have celebrities that love the breast facials; they come in and rip off their shirts.”


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Candace added that self-conscious first-timers should worry if they want to try the procedure. The facialist added: “It’s kind of like with a Brazilian wax — the first time you get it is weird but then you get used to it.” In other women’s news, a new study found that small boobs are back in fashion as more people are searching for reduction surgeries.

Research from Cosmetic Surgery Specialists Flawless.org revealed that more ladies are interested in lowering their cup sizes. This year, there has been an average of 22,200 monthly searches for “breast reduction”.

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