Vacation Breasts or 'Instabreast' Is An Actual Thing
July 27, 2015
What would you do if you could test drive a bigger pair of breasts for 24 hours? Well, now you can (if you want) because Dr. Norman Rowe, M.D., a Manhattan-based plastic surgeon developed a unique procedure that allows women to have vacation breasts “instabreast” as it’s being called.
Dr. Rowe says it’s “an excellent way for women to see how their body might look before deciding on surgery.” The procedure takes roughly 20 minutes, costs $2,500-3,500 and lasts up to 24 hours. It’s basically a saline solution that fills up your breasts for 24 hours, but it can be absorbed in as little as 1-2 hours. Charlotte’s Book states the “initial intent was to help women see how their more permanent breast implants could look, Dr. Rowe is now working on a procedure that would last two to three weeks.”
Vacation breasts may sound great, but are they actually safe? Dr. Tracy Pfiefer says, “Injecting products into the breast is not a good idea. I do not recommend any type of injection into the breast, including fat. There aren’t any studies to show that these injections are safe and don’t have effect on breast cancer development.”
Hmm…sounds a little fishy to me.