Breast massage is a very important part of a successful breast enlargement routine but dry massage is not recommended as it can be uncomfortable and not good for the delicate skin around the breasts. You can use water and/or soap in the shower to help hands glide smoothly over the breasts but using an oil is best for breast massage. There are a number of natural oils that you can use, each with its own benefit. Below are five oils that are popular in the natural breast enlargement community for breast massage.
Borage oil (aka Starflower oil) is taken as an oral supplement by many NBE’ers as part of their natural breast enlargement routine but many of these women also use borage oil for their breast massage. Borage oil has some of the highest levels of GLA (gamma-linolenic acid) which is said to regulate hormones and is beneficial to NBE. It is also good for the skin and helps to relieve PMS symptoms.
Borage oil is generally found in the form of liquid gel caps but you can easily snip the capsules with some scissors and squeeze out the oil. You will probably need about 2 caps per massage session, depending on size of capsule and massage area.
Evening Primrose Oil
Evening Primrose Oil is another supplement that is taken orally by many NBE’ers as well as used for breast massage. It is similar to Borage oil in that it contains GLA but in lower amounts. EPO is generally found as liquid gel caps but NOW foods has EPO available as a topical oil in a bottle.
Our favorite oil to massage with is coconut oil because it is not too thick and not too greasy. It also has a very light scent, depending on which brand you buy. Coconut oil is excellent for the skin as it is easily absorbed and it is also an antibacterial and antifungal but be careful as some people have complained that it clogged their pores. Some people have claimed that massaging with coconut oil has helped them grow bigger breasts.
Extra virgin olive oil (yes, the kind you cook with) is good for moisturizing the skin and great for breast massage. It is easy to find and there are so many options available to fit anyone’s budget. If you choose to use olive oil, be sure that it is cold-pressed and hexane free, if possible, as these are the least processed, most beneficial forms of the oil. Only down side in our opinion is that olive oil is thicker than oils like coconut oil which can make it messier to use. Some people have complained that olive oil has an unpleasant scent as well.
Cocoa butter is the vegetable fat extracted from the cocoa bean. Cocoa butter is popular because of its moisturizing and skin healing properties. Many NBE’ers use cocoa butter because it is inexpensive and is available in bulk which is great for those on a budget. The smell of cocoa butter can be a little strong but there are a number of brands available that contain a light or no scent variety. Another bonus of using cocoa butter is that it is said to help prevent and reduce stretchmarks which many of us may have on our breasts due any number of reasons including puberty or pregnancy.
These are just a few of the popular oils that NBE’ers use as part of their breast enlargement routine. Try them out and see what works best for you. You can massage with just the oil or create a “boobie batter” by adding herbal extracts like fenugreek or pueraria mirifica for added benefit.