At first glance it may look like a torture device but breast enlargement pumps are actually highly effective at getting the job done – growing bigger breasts.
Breast Enlargement pumps require a lot more time and effort compared to other breast enlargement methods but the patience is well worth it.
Before starting a pump routine, you need to be honest with yourself. If you don’t have the time or energy to commit, the pump may not be a good option for you. Even just a few days of not pumping can set you back weeks on your progress. But many women who are serious about growing bigger breasts will make the time for this method because pumps are a truly non-hormonal way to grow breasts naturally – a major upside for those who don’t want to mess with pills and their hormones.
Noogleberry and BRAVA, the top two breast enlargement pumps on the market, use the same concept for growing bigger breasts but are vastly different in use and cost. Both pumps have people who love them but below are a list of pros and cons for each so you can decide for yourself if you choose to go the breast enlargement pump route.
Inexpensive – Noogleberry is the least expensive of the two. At less than $100 for the complete system (domes, tubes, hand pump, carrying case) it is the most popular option among budget conscious NBE’ers.
Great Support – Noogleberry has great customer service. Their team is very responsive and happy to answer any questions you may have before and after the sale. Noogleberry also has a very active users forum where people share their experiences and tips.
You Have Control – You get to choose how strong you would like the suction. This allows you to start with less suction and work your way up as your body gets used to it. You also have control over what kind of pumping technique to use (ie pump and release).
Minimal time required – Most people pump for 1-2 hours per day but less than one hour per day is all Noogleberry recommends to get results.
Loses suction easily – Noogleberry domes lose suction easily and can get annoying. You generally cannot move around much because of this possible issue but many women have found ways around it. For example, some women purchase large sports bras to help keep the domes pressed against the chest which helps to prevent loss of suction. But even then, mobility is not as good as BRAVA.
Can be difficult to put on – In the beginning, the domes can be hard to put on and very frustrating but with practice you will eventually get the hang of it.
Too many options – Some people don’t like that there are so many options – how strong the suction should be, what method to do (pump and hold or pump release), how much time domes should be on. Too many options based on trial on error.
Wear it, forget about it – Once you get the BRAVA domes on, you don’t have to worry about a thing. The BRAVA Smartbox applies the correct amount of pressure for you and automatically turns on if you start losing pressure.
Easy to put on & comfortable – BRAVA domes have a silicone cushion that is tacky and gently sticks to the skin. This cushion helps to keep the suction and makes the BRAVA domes much more comfortable than Noogleberry domes.
Mobility – You can easily go about your day once the domes are on. Many women throw on a baggy sweatshirt over the domes and go run errands while the device is on.
Cost – BRAVA is the priciest breast enlargement system around but still less than implants. Different variations of the BRAVA system are available but the price averages around $2500. You can find used BRAVA systems on eBay for generally around $1000.
Time commitment – It is recommended that you have the domes on for a minimum of 10 hours per day but many BRAVA users suggest at least 12 hours for maximum, permanent results. 12 hours per day for 20 weeks.
Smartbox – It is the electrical box that controls everything on the BRAVA system. As much as it can be a pro, it can also be a con. Some people comment that it is a loud device when on and the alarm can be startling while sleeping.
Skin irritation – Some women have experienced bad reactions to the domes being on for so long or are allergic to the silicone. Some of these reactions include blisters and rash. Another issue women mention are that the breasts get itchy and sweaty while the domes are on.
So Noogleberry or BRAVA? Still don’t know which to choose? We prefer Noogleberry because of the cost and less time taken out of your day. Plus, the team at Noogleberry are awesome and so are the forums. But if money is not an issue, many women believe that BRAVA is a superior product.
Have you used either Noogleberry or BRAVA? What has been your experience? Please share in the comments below.