At your comprehensive mammary gland treatment clinic, we understand how important the health of the mammary glands is. Often breast care is neglected, so we have put together our top tips to keep your breasts happy, healthy and healthy!

Beauty treatments

Over the past decade, the Cosmetics industry has grown significantly, fueled by social trends such as personal care, body health and relaxation. The market for skin care products is growing faster than any other industry. Many of us have more complex “self-care” routines than ever, and we include top-quality products in our skin care programs to keep the skin young and radiant. With age, effective skin care becomes essential and should not be limited to the face, neck and limbs.

According to dermatologists, our breasts are more prone to the signs of aging than other areas of our body. The skin here is usually thin, exposed to the sun and very sensitive. To avoid inflammation and pain, it is necessary to carefully choose skin care products, avoiding irritants, allergens and strong-smelling products. To action wrinkles and sagging skin, try products containing antioxidants, retinol and growth factors that stimulate the production of elastin and collagen.

Exfoliants can also be used, but limit them to once a week and be gentle! For dull skin, we recommend using an exfoliant containing AHAs. AHAs are water-soluble acids and promote cell regeneration. If you are prone to acne, try using a salicylic acid cleanser to action breakouts.

Breasts prone to friction? Find a product with a combination of witch hazel, silica and vitamin B3. This combination of ingredients effectively absorbs sweat.

Try using the weather app to check the UV levels before leaving the house. The UV index is measured daily and is an excellent indicator of the peril of exposure to harmful UV rays that can damage and age the skin. Any UV value above 0 can cause sunburn, so we recommend that you apply sunscreen every day to avoid damaging your skin. If the UV radiation rate is higher than 3, try using a sunscreen with a higher sun protection factor. Remember that AHA and retinol increase the rate of renewal of skin cells, which makes it particularly sensitive. If you use them in your daily skin care, increase the SPF regardless of the level of ultraviolet radiation.

A regular examination of your breasts to detect swelling and redness is essential for the early detection of breast cancer. Stand in front of the mirror and straighten your shoulders. Place your hands on your hips and look for dimples, rashes, redness or swelling. Watch for disfigure or bloating. Raise your hands and notice any changes. The liquid that flows out of the nipple can also be a sign of breast discomfort. Feel your chest lying horizontally. We recommend that you keep your fingers flat and perform circular movements. Start with the nipple and move in large circles until you reach the edge of the chest. Try to move your fingers vertically to make sure you are careful. Finally, repeat this step while sitting or standing.

If you think you have a tumor, don’t panic. Most tumors are benign (non-cancerous) and non-malignant. Lumps can be caused by hormonal changes. Ask your therapist or gynecologist for advice, especially if the changes in your breasts last longer than your menstrual cycle. We recommend that you keep a journal, as this makes it easier to track changes.

Every year, millions of people around the world attend breast exams. Examination of the mammary glands, also known as mammography, is a great way to identify early signs of cancer. For more information, try to consult your doctor. Most people get the test result within two weeks.

Adjusting your diet can also contribute to breast health. Foods rich in antioxidants, such as cauliflower and white cabbage, can resist toxins known to produce cancer cells. Meanwhile, flax seeds contain more lignans than other foods. Lignans are plant compounds containing fiber and a phytoestrogen, an antioxidant. Studies show that phytoestrogen acts on estrogen receptors by preventing the formation of estrogen-stimulated cancers. Turmeric, berries, nuts and soy proteins are also linked to cancer prevention.

The right choice of bra

Shopping for underwear is fun, but choosing the right bra is not always an easy task. We recommend that you be patient and try on many different styles and sizes. A size can be perfect in one style, but completely wrong in another. We recommend that you focus on the sensations rather than the label. The elastic of your bra, which is essential for support and comfort, should be flat and parallel to the floor. The central part of your bra, also called gore, should fit perfectly to your sternum. This helps to secure the bra. The BONES, on the other hand, must completely cover the chest. Make sure that the thread is not annoying and does not penetrate into the breast tissues.

Those who have larger breasts may prefer bras with seams or with a cut and seam. Sewn in mesh or lace, these bras offer more support than t-shirt bras. If you have a small bust, try bras specially designed for a smaller figure.

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