Botox provides non-surgical breast treatment

Women who want a breast enhancement without going under the knife may be interested in a new non-surgical cosmetic treatment known as 'Breastox'.

Cosmetic surgery company Transform is offering women the chance to have injections of Botox into their breasts to help tighten their bust and enhance their cleavage.

The treatment takes just 30 minutes, according to the Daily Mail, and requires a minimal period of recovery.

Gwen Davies, head of non-surgical treatments at Transform, told the news provider: "Wrinkles on the chest area are very ageing and a dead giveaway to a lady's age, and sun-worshippers are most likely to suffer deeper set wrinkles."

The expert noted that while women are starting to recognise the importance of applying sun cream to their faces, "they're not paying the same attention to their chests".

However, the procedure costs £1,000 per session and is therefore likely to be popular with women who want an occasional boost, rather than those who are looking for a regular treatment.

Transform offers a range of cosmetic surgery procedures - including breast surgery, liposuction and tummy tuck surgery - as well as non-surgical procedures, hair loss treatment and cosmetic dentistry.

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