Small Boobs Now Can Be Made Bigger With Your Own Body Fat (VIDEO)

Recently, Kelly Osbourne echoed a complaint of many women: She's unhappy with her small boobs. Kelly lamented that 10 years ago, she had ginormous double D breasts, but now they're a paltry B cup. She tweeted: "Off to the g (gym) maybe my empty sacks of s**t that I call t**s will get even smaller!"

Hey, Kelly, if you find your missing cups, let me know where they went so I can look for mine too. Maybe boobs shrink with age? Kelly lost a bunch of weight after her Dancing With the Stars appearance, so maybe that's the culprit. It would be nice if fat merely disappeared from thighs and bellies with exercise, but often the boobs seem the first go. Now, however, there might be a dream solution to getting back your boobage. Your own fat transferred from a part where you don't want it, and into your bubbies. Hallelujah!


If, like me, you've always wondered about breast augmentation but were concerned for a variety of reasons, this might be the solution. Doctors can take fat from one part of your body and inject it into your breasts. You don't even need an operation -- it's all done with a local anesthetic. And there's barely any recovery time.

This procedure was done years ago, but after concerns that the fat might calcify in your breasts and make mammograms difficult to read, it was banned. Now, however, mammograms have gotten a lot more sophisticated -- and doctors can tell what is your boob fat and what is something to worry about.

The downside is that the procedure won't increase your breast size that much. If you want to go all Playboy Playmate, you're out of luck. And you've actually got to have fat somewhere else on your body so it can be taken and put into your boobs. Which rules me out. (Let the hate comments commence!)

But if you just want a little more boost in your boobs, and a little less jiggle in your wiggle, then this might be your thing. As for myself, maybe I'll hit the Ben & Jerry's and hope it all goes to my bubs. Check it out:

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