There are some things you don’t want to do to your breasts since they can harm them and endanger your health. If though Kim Kardashian did it, that doesn’t mean you should do it too. Let’s see why.
Put a Duct Tape on Them
Kim Kardashian recently showed up on a red carpet with duck taped breasts, and while some might say it looks good, it is bad for the skin. It can cause a very nasty skin reaction, according to Dr. Katz, “It can irritate your skin and cause a rash, especially around your nipples, which are particularly sensitive.” So it is better to avoid it since you can even end up with eczema or even a severe allergy.
Waxing Nipple Hair
The waxing treatment might hurt you very badly, and you can only get ingrown and irritation. You can use electrolysis, but it can leave scarring. The other options are laser hair removal, but that can cost. So if you have some dollars to spare, try doing that.
There is a procedure called breastox that with a use of Botox injected into the chest muscles to lift your breasts. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons states that this procedure actually doesn’t work and it is very expensive. It also does nothing to address sagging skin, which contributes to dropping,” says Alexes Hazen, MD, a plastic surgeon at NYU Langone Medical Center. Scientists don’t have data about the safety, so it can be very harmful.
Running in a Yoga Bra
Yoga bar simply is not supportive enough for running. It is also very uncomfortable, but that isn’t the main issue. Running in this bra can break down connective tissue in your chest. So the best thing is to buy a running bra and keep your breasts safe.
Piercing Your Nipples
Even though many celebrities such as Rihanna and Kylie Jenner pierced nipples, that doesn’t mean this procedure is safe. It is painful, can cause infection and also damage milk production ducts which can cause problems when you try breastfeeding. Dr. Katz also says, “Some women are allergic to the metal used for the piercing or in the ring itself, which can cause a severe rash.” You can even end up with hepatitis B, hepatitis C or HIV.