Why do breasts sag?
Breast sagging is a natural and inevitable physiological process similar to the aging of the skin and hair. It spares only women with very small bust, simply because there is not enough skin and tissue, to lose elasticity visibly.
The bad news is that breasts sagging does not depend on the age and can occur at any stage of your adult life. The reason is that bust structure is not built of muscles, which you can affect with exercise, for example, but of tendons, glands and connective tissue, covered with skin, whose elasticity diminishes with time.
The less elastin and collagen the skin contains, the more difficult it becomes to withstand the weight of the breasts. When we also add gravity, which naturally pulls the breast in direction opposite to the "beautiful" one, and causes additional stretching of tendons and skin, the breast sagging process becomes really unavoidable.
As breasts sagging largely depends on the elasticity of the skin and tendons (and this is determined by genetic factors, diet, lifestyle and the natural aging process), breast care is essential for their good shape and contour. There is a greater risk of premature sagging in women with larger busts, but no one is safe.
Experts recommend regular exercise, maintaining a balanced weight (the rapid weight loss and gain, including during pregnancy, are particularly decisive factors for the speed of the process), consumption of healthy foods and plenty of water, wearing suitable bras (including during sports, when larger busts can be damaged by "bouncing") and of course, regular use of special cosmetic formulas with firming ingredients that stimulate the production of elastin and collagen and thus keep breast in good shape.