Natural About Woman's Miracle For over 30 years, Christensen Labs, has promoted healthy lifestyles. The Founder, Randy Christensen, originally researched and developed "Woman's Miracle" as an alternative to his daughter-in-law's desire for Breast Augmentation. She had two small children and wanted her full, youthful breast back.

Randy believed, there was a way to increase breast size naturally, without harsh or dangerous surgeries. He contacted companies that "CLAIMED" increased results; however, he kept coming up with the same issues...there were no studies that actually showed real results.

Randy, then set out to learn more about herbs and the affects they have on our bodies. After much research, trial and error, he finally discovered the formula used in "Woman's Miracle!" He quickly got two volunteers to agree to take his pills for 3 months and let themselves be measured and photographed, before and after. The results amazed both the volunteers and Randy!

Knowing, that having only two women was not enough proof of their effectiveness, Randy asked for more volunteers, and the response was huge. Not only, did the pills increase size, but also volume in women who's breast had "flattened" or hollowed out from child bearing and nursing! Volunteers averaged an increase in size of 22% every 3 months and an astonishing 58% increase in density. That ranges from a 1/2 cup size, and in some women, 2 cup sizes over a few months time. A bold claim, but they are ACTUAL RESULTS. Even more amazing were the side effects women reported! Increase in happiness and a feeling of wellbeing, reduction of headaches, increase in skin tone, reduction of wrinkles, regularity in bowel movements, and some reported ease through their monthly period and/or menopause symptoms. These are just a few of the positive effects, which make "Woman's Miracle" a true miracle.

PIP Breast Implants Bursting

January 17th, 2013 |

The recent scandal of the PIP breast implants has caused many issues for women with the implants, many have tried to have them removed and replaced with some clinics offering the service for free.  However, others are not as lucky and have had to pay for the operation again out of their own pocket. The scandal led to a review, which has finally come to an end and a report has been released. The report has found that the gel will not be a long-term threat to the health of women who have the implants.

The report showed that the implants were not made of toxic or carcinogenic silicone filler.  Prof Sir Bruce Keogh, the NHS medical director said the PIP implants would still rupture twice as likely as other implants.

About 47,000 women in the UK have PIP implants with around 95% fitted privately and a small minority on the NHS following cancer for breast reconstruction surgery.

Prof Keogh and his team found there was insufficient evidence to show that the removal of PIP implants was necessary, however they did identify the worry that the problem was causing.

Their research found no link between the implants and cancer and evidence was inclusive of the increase of rupture rates.   The final report has now been published and Prof Keogh says tests in many countries have, “shown that the implants are not toxic and therefore we do not believe they are a threat to the long-term health of women who have PIP implants”.

He noted that the PIP implants were not of the same standards as other breast implants and they were more likely to rupture.  The report said that they would recommend women who have symptoms such as tenderness, soreness or lumpiness to speak to their GP or surgeon.

Women who had their PIP implants on the NHS can still have them removed or replaced free of charge.  The NHS in England and Scotland will also remove private patients implants but not replace them.

It is important to remember to ask questions when having any cosmetic procedure, in addition to breast enlargement, and finding out the risks that may occur.