Inverted nipple problem?
A new gadget from Japan will nix your nuisance nipple!
Just affix the appropriate attachment, and then turn on the suction and apply it to your nipple. Then turn it off, and then back on and off again for a few minutes, giving your nipple a chance to adjust. Three or fives minutes a session per day and your inverted nipples will gradually start to improve.
What if you just don't like the way your nipples look?
Ladies—and, yes, gentlemen—are you nervous about your nipples? Anxious about your areolae? Is your left larger than your right? Is the right darker than the left? Is one too high? Is the other cracked? Or are they just too big, too bumpy, too smooth, or too small
A new craze in the United Kingdom can fix this: nipple tattooing.
And should you even be wearing a bra?
A new French study suggests that wearing bras might be worse for breasts, not better:
Professor Jean-Denis Rouillon, a sports medicine specialist from Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Besancon in Besancon, France, published a study that shows that wearing bras may not prevent women's breasts from sagging, and may in fact increase it.
"Our first results confirm the hypothesis that the bra is a false need," Rouillon told France Info. "Medically, physiologically, anatomically, the breast does not benefit from being deprived of gravity. Instead, it languishes with a bra."
And of course, a new book of boobies in 3D....
All right, this particular item is definitely going to come across as a little bit strange. Wait a minute, I take that back, it is a whole bunch of strange – an entire truckload, if you will. The £24.99 The Big Book of Big Breasts 3D would arrive in a glorious hardcover collection, where it features images that were curated from vintage and classic nudes, arriving in full spectrum red/blue anaglyph 3D effects and of course, it throws in a pair of 3D glasses for maximum effect. Definitely a book for those who appreciate one of the finer features of the female form, where there are more than 110 images that were hand picked from a collection of classic and vintage photography, and all of these shots have been transformed into a multidimensional mammary masterpiece by the very same folks who work on Tim Burton’s movies.