Gravity: A Woman's Worst Enemy
Even before Isaac Newton was hit on the head by an apple at his family farm in 1666 people had long known about gravity.
"What goes up, must come down."
"The bigger they are the harder they fall."
These aphorisms are not specifically about breasts, but they could be. Any woman can tell you that their breast and nipples get lower as the years go by.
Larger breasts get lower faster than smaller ones. Childbirth, breastfeeding and weight gain can all accelerate the process of gravity. Nowadays, we know how gravity works and which way it is pulling the breasts, so we know how to counteract it. Bras that give us support underneath the breasts work against gravity and keep the breasts from sagging and the skin from stretching. Any bra can do this, but some are more comfortable than others.
How an Amusing Name Has Turned Into a Great Adventure
Many patients have had Brian J. Eichenberg, M.D. as their plastic surgeon and over time his experience and expertise in breast surgery had cheekily earned him the name "The Breast Whisperer." Dr. Eichenberg has had extensive training in plastic and cosmetic surgery and performs a multitude of surgical cosmetic procedures. However, he has always had a special interest in breast surgery.
Ankur Chakraborty has been a fashion designer for years. He has degrees in fashion from both the National Institute of Fashion Technology in India and FIDM in California. He has designed apparel for multiple lines and brand names as well as for celebrities such as Brandi Glanville from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. He is currently designing promotional products for Demi Lovato's makeup line.
When passion and skill unites, you can expect a masterpiece. Combine these qualities with the science behind The Breast Whisperer Bra and you get a revolutionary product that will change what women wear to bed.
The Breast Whisperer team is excited to bring a groundbreaking invention to market, and help millions of women around the world feel more comfortable in their own body.
Helping the World, Two Breasts at a Time
Dr. Eichenberg has treated many breast cancer survivors and has experienced this in his own personal life. The Breast Whisperer has determined that a percentage of proceeds from the sale of The Breast Whisperer bras will go towards breast cancer survivors and research: A certain percentage of sales are donated to Young Survival Coalition.
Some facts about Breast Cancer:
- Scientists have studied many factors over the years to see if they could be related to breast cancer. One of the areas studied was bras and underwire bras. The studies concluded that there is no link between wearing an underwire bra or any other type of bra and breast cancer.
- Another area that has been studied is deodorant/antiperspirant and breast cancer risk. Studies have found no link between breast cancer and deodorant, so please keep using it when you need it!
- There have been multiple studies of both silicone and saline breast implants to assess the risk of breast cancer related to implants. A meta-analysis, combining 10 of these studies found that there is no increase in breast cancer risk among women with implants.
- Fact, several studies have shown that women with breast implants have a lower risk of breast cancer than women without implants. Most scientists don't think that implants prevent cancer. We think that either women with implants have more breast exams by themselves or others and find lumps before they become cancerous, or that women without implants have more breast tissue and that's why they are more at risk.
"I've never liked bras like this before. I need underwire all of the time in order for my breasts not to hurt. I have pretty large breasts that need a lot of support. This bra is incredible. Brings a comfort I never thought I could have."Chelsea Uhlon
"This bra was exactly what I was looking for. The fabric is soft, coverage and support was sufficient for lounging, and when sleeping there was no pinching or restriction. I used the size chart from the home page and ordered a small (my bra size is 32DD) and the fit was good."Sandlizard
"Surprisingly supportive and truly comfortable. I didn't believe the reviews that you could sleep in this and forget you had it on but they're true. This is a great product!"Hepburne
"I am a 32A and have always hated my small breasts, but after wearing the bra at night (so comfortable it's like you're not wearing one at all!) the next morning, my breasts are perkier and look as full as a B cup! I wear the bra now religiously every night and sometimes when I work out for that extra ummph! I bought the bra for my sisters too who have D's and love the support it gives them while they sleep. They too feel a difference in the morning."Amazon Customer
"I was skeptical. I always wear a bra because I just don't like having any support for my ladies (36C). So I decided to buy one of these since I saw it in an ad on Facebook. It was a little expensive BUT it is not a bad bra after-all. Don't get me wrong it doesn't really "lift" your breasts to get the same sexy look, it pretty much just holds them in place. The fabric is really soft to the point after awhile I do forget I am wearing it. I did have to put some padded cups in the bra (which there is a slot for) in order to hide my nipples but that wasn't a big deal for me. I wear this bra when I am home because I don't need that sexy lift at that time. When I sleep I have been wearing it and notice my boobs do not move much at all which is good and it is breathable fabric. For me I am a 36C I purchased the Small in black. I choose my size by going off the chart that was on the actual website for the bra."Jessica Paschall