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“Thanks to my boob enlargement, I finally look and feel like a woman!”

“For ten years I had been thinking about having boob enlargement surgery. Being 1.70 m tall and weighing only 58 kg with only an 85B cup size, I had always been bothered by my breasts.

I wanted to have bigger breasts so I was not always limited in my choice of bikinis, tops and bras. I didn’t want to have big boobs like Pamela Anderson, but just beautiful curvy breasts which would make me feel like I was a real woman.

Then I consulted my plastic surgeon and we settled on the size and the ideal implant so that following my boob enlargement I would have beautiful breasts without them looking artificial like a silicon bimbo.

Now, I have bigger boobs and I don’t need padded bikinis or “push-up” bras which reveal the sad truth when you take them off in private. I am absolutely delighted with the results of my boob enlargement! It’s wonderful, I feel much more feminine and I have much more confidence!”

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Fantastic Clinic

By Deborah on 17/09/2015
Fantastic clinic for my breast augmentation
Fantastic Clinic

Fantastic clinic. Working as a nurse in the NHS the standards in the clinic are out of this world. The staff are professional and despite my initial fears I felt very comfortable and cares for. Would definitely go back again.


“I had never considered a boob enlargement until my first pregnancy.”

“I had never considered a boob enlargement until my first pregnancy.” Once I had finished breast feeding, my boobs became empty and smaller.

Despite the fact that my husband didn’t see the need for it, I started to research the idea, eventually consulting several plastic surgeons and psychologists. Finally I took the decision to get a boob enlargement at Clinic BeauCare and I don’t regret it because it seemed necessary for me to feel good.

Nothing has changed in me and my husband supports me in my decision. I can’t say the same for some friends who have had boob enlargements. They have changed their look, their attitude and how they think, which to me is not a good thing. I think that you have to be careful not to overlook the psychological consequences. Above all, you have to do it for yourself, to be true to yourself and not just to be part of the norm.”

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