There is a buzz going around about Volufiline™ but what exactly is it? What does Volufiline do? Why should I care about it and if I am interested, where can I find products that contain this ingredient?
There are a lot of women and men asking these same kinds of questions since the news about Volufiline came to the health and beauty market recently. The people asking these questions want to do something positive with the curves of their body, namely the hips, thighs, buttocks and breasts.
I read the comments of one woman in a forum in which she was using the Volufiline cream on her the skin above her low neck line call the décolleté, as well as her hand, knee, elbow, temple, cheek, buttock and forearm only one the left side of her body. She had purchased a breast enhancement product only because it contained Volufiline. After three weeks of applying the cream according to the directions she is very pleased with the results she has gotten. This story gives a good example of the many uses that Volufiline can be used for.
What is Volufiline?
It is a cosmetic ingredient that works beneath the skin without hormones. It is made by a cosmetic ingredients company and is the combination of hydrogenated polyisobutene, a synthetic oil that is widely used in cosmetics, and the root extract of the anemarrhenae asphodeloides plant, that has laxative properties when taken internally but is also used to make soap. Unlikely as it may seem, this combination of oil and the root extract is perfect for stimulating adipocytes. This is the connective tissue that makes and stores fat, primarily what the breasts are made of.
What does it do?
It has the ability to define and remodel the curves of the décolleté or body through a progressive cosmetic lipofilling-like action. This treatment does not stimulate hormones to be effective but it activates adipocyte differentiation, proliferation and volume. When applied it will work locally increasing volume where it is wanted. Most people will use it on the breasts or buttocks but it can be used anywhere. Some people are using on their hands and/or cheeks to get a more plump appearance.
Where can I find products that contain Volufiline?
There are a number of them on the market although I am always cautious to use products that I know have high recommendations. The following list are the highest recommended brands:
- Total Curve: This is the product that this blog focuses on.
- Breast Success Cream : This is another 2-part breast enhancement system that I continue to use with the Total Curve. The cream does contain Volufiline.
- SLIM EXTREME 3D Super-Concentrated Modelling Bust Serum -TOTAL PUSH-UP EFFECT: This a a very well priced Volufiline cream that does not have the herbal counterpart so I would recommend buying the herbal counter part and of course, doing some breast exercises.
Has Volufiline been clinically tested?
Yes it has been clinically tested and in one of the tests on women between 18 and 35 years of age who had a cup size between 30A and 34AA. They applied a cream containing 5% Volufiline to one breast for 56 days. On average the treated breast tissue increased in volume by up to 8.4% over the untreated breast.
An in vitro evaluation of Volufiline yielded the following results.
On adipocytes there was an increase in cell volume of over 22 times and lipid storages increased more than 600%!
On pre-adipocytes cell differentiation increased by more than 200%!
Scientific Proof: Lab Test 1
Clinical studies reported that breast volume increased by up to 8.4% with Volufiline in less than 60 days.
Cells Exposed To 1% Concentration of Volufiline Take Up 492% MORE Fat Molecules!
Scientific Proof: Lab Test 2
Cells Exposed To 1% Concentration of Volufiline take Up 640% MORE Fat Molecules! This is shown in the photo with the red showing the increase in adipocytes, which is what adds volume to your breasts.