Rated: 3 out of 5
Bloussant is a breast enlargement pill that was heavily marketed by its manufacturers, appearing in mainstream publications like Mademoiselle, Elle and Allure. The Bloussant formula is similar to the other breast enlargement pills reviewed here. The main difference is Bloussant's excessive price ($230 for a 2-month supply!).
Bloussant capsules come in a bottle of 240 total capsules, a 60-day supply.
Bloussant's formula is similar to other breast enlargement products reviewed on this website. Bloussant's main ingredients are wild yam and saw palmetto. The rest of the herbs are not revolutionary in any sense, nor are they unique to Bloussant's formula.
In addition, Bloussant contains a number of fillers and additives, including silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate, dicalcium phosphate, Flogard AB (an anti-caking ingredient) and gelatin.
Two Bloussant capsules are to be taken morning and evening. Each bottle contains a 2-month supply of capsules. Those of our testers who reported the most results also were those who increased their water intake (12 glasses, or about 64 oz. per day) though this is not recommended by Bloussant's manufacturers.
Bloussant, considering that it costs twice as much as other breast enlargement products, presumably would work twice as well. Our testers did not have these results with Bloussant. Instead, they reported relatively little change in size, shape or texture of the breasts or the skin of the breasts. Considering this, in addition to its excessive cost, we cannot recommend Bloussant.
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