BustPro – What they are not telling you
BustPro is a combination of wild yam, fennel, saw palmetto, don quai, black cohosh, damiana and blessed thistle, all of which are natural ingredients that are said to improve the shape and the size of a woman’s breasts. There are also other benefits of this product that may be expected – the product may ease menopause symptoms, regulate periods and it can also have a positive effect on a woman’s sexual drive. But these are not the reasons why women choose to buy the product. The main reason why someone would buy the product is the fact that when BustPro is taken, estrogen activity is increased, breast tissue grows and as a result, a woman manages to increase her bust size.
It is claimed that the results can be expected only after four weeks, which is definitely appealing, but it is recommended that a woman uses the product for 9 months if she wants to get optimum results. It all sounds great, but there are also other facts about the product that have to be considered.
First of all, there is no guarantee that the product works and there is no refund policy which sometimes make it easier for women to choose the best product. If there is a refund policy, then many women feel that the manufacturers are confident that their product works. On the other hand, if there is no refund policy, it makes us wonder whether the manufacturer doubts the efficacy of the product.
Also, no contact details are provided. There is no phone number, fax or even an email, which makes it very difficult for people to contact anyone in case they have further questions before or after they buy the product. This also raises the question of where the product is actually produced.
Last, but not least, there is no clinical study that supports the claims of the manufacturer, a fact that, if combined with all of the previously mentioned facts, suggests that buying BustPro may not be the best idea. Not being able to get additional information about the product, get a refund or at least express your dissatisfaction without expecting your money back is definitely something that makes this product less appealing. Similar, but more promising products like Triactol seem to be a better idea.
Triactol also promises to deliver the results in just about a month or two and unlike BustPro it provides a full refund after two months, not only for the unused bottles, but for the used ones as well. Furthermore, it provides contact information for their clients, which gives women an opportunity to ask any question that they might have. There are also two separate clinical studies that supported the claims of the manufacturer, which seems promising and gives a clearer idea of what women can expect from Triactol.