What is it? A skin friendly latex-free instant breast lift

What does it claim? To allow you to just place, peel, lift and go

Who tested it? Virginia Beach resident Stacie Bennett

What are the instructions? It can be worn with our without a bra. If you're a more than a D cup BareLifts can be worn with a bra for added support and comfort. BareLifts work great whether you're an A,B, C or D cup. The first thing you need to do is make sure your skin is clean and dry. If you need to cut the BareLifts along the dotted-cut-lines according to your cup size. If you're a D cup or larger no cutting is necessary. To apply you need to place the BareLifts backing onto the breast just above the nipple. Then apply the sticky bottom half of the BareLift directly about the nipple. Press and smooth to avoid wrinkles and creases. Bend the top half of the BareLift down and peel away the remaining backing. Now use the sticky top half of the BareLift to lift your breast to the desired position. Firmly press and smooth the top half of the BareLift against your skin. Repeat the same procedure on the other breast. It's recommended that your remove your BareLifts daily and apply a fresh pair the next day. If redness occurs you should wait a day or two before resuming use. If the redness and irritation continue you should discontinue use. Keep in mind suntanned and sunburned skin may be more sensitive, so you should wait until your skin is no longer as sensitive before applying the lifts. BareLifts are skin-friendly, latex-free and water-resistant.

Did it work? Our tester really liked her BareLifts. She had a little difficulty getting them on smoothly the first time she tried them. But she said with a little practice it's gotten easier. When she removed them she did experience a little redness but it didn't take long to go away. She said removing them was like removing a band-aid.

Cost/Availability? You can purchase BareLifts at Walgreens for $9.99.

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