American Health and Beauty: CACI – New Treatment To Nonsurgically Enhance Bust Size
- Posted on: Sep 6 2011
Interesting article from American Health and Beauty:
A new treatment is available for women who are looking to increase their bustline without surgery. The CACI treatment is a procedure that uses electrical stimulation to temporarily increase breast size. Two electrodes are placed on the breast, one above (near the pectoralis major muscle) and one to the side of the breast. An electrical current is then sent to the muscle, causing the fibers within to constrict momentarily for a lifted and fuller appearance.
The CACI procedure takes about 15 minutes to perform and most patients report that there is no pain associated with the procedure. Results last for about 3-5 days, during which patients can expect an increase of 1-2 additional inches to their bustline… The best candidate is a patient with smaller and already firm breasts.
I’ve not heard about this procedure but it appears pretty mild with minimal changes. Might be worth a try before a big beach vacation!
For the remainder of the article in American Health and Beauty, click here.
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