Be it fair or modest, all a woman’s femininity hides in her breasts. It’s probably because a woman follows the evolution of her breasts since she was a teenager. She sees the developement as her becoming a woman.
This is precisely why underdeveloped or sagging breasts can be a source of discomfort and low self-esteem. The dissatisfaction of one’s cleavage embraces several age groups.
In fact, we are talking about women in their fifties who, with the passing of the years, have suffered skin relaxation which is nothing more than a natural physiological process, or younger women who after maternity and breastfeeding , see their breasts “emptied”, without tone and no longer feel desirable.
But in recent years even the very young in pursuit of beauty ideals have resorted to plastic surgery. It’s drastic choice that does not take into account less invasive solutions.
It is often believed that the skin of the face is the one most exposed areas to the risk of aging, but this is not the case, because even the breast and cleavage, and they are often neglected. The skin of breasts and cleavage is delicate and thin and begins to show the first signs of aging from the age of 30. Skin aging begins around 20/25 years of age. It happens when the production of collagen and elastin begins to decrease, essential proteins for skin support, favoring a more elastic, hydrated and turgid skin.