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Lovely Jubblies Breast Cream by LUSH: Miracle Product or False Advertising?

Image via Lush

Image via Lush

I purchased this product. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

I've recently moved into a new house that is dangerously close to a LUSH store, so I couldn't resist stopping in right away to stock up on new treats. I've had my eye on this Lovely Jubblies cream forever, but have been too chicken to try it. This time I picked it up with the rest of my haul, determined to give it a go.

Like many full busted women, extreme growth spurts centered around my breasts have left me with some serious stretch marks that I'm sensitive about. As I get closer to 30, I can definitely see a difference in my skin around my breasts and neck so this cream seemed like it might be the miracle solution. I've been using regular moisturizer on those areas, but it hasn't seemed to lead to any changes in terms stretch marks or skin tightness. I'll admit that I was also more willing to try a cream I might have dismissed as silly due to my previous positive experiences with other LUSH products --- they generally are really honest about the effects of their products and I couldn't imagine them making big claims without following through on them.

Following the instructions, I rubbed the cream on post-shower. I'm not usually into heavy floral scents, but this cream smells truly incredible. Instead of smelling like weird imitation flowers, it smells like you're standing in the middle of a real live garden and taking a deep breath. I'm assuming this is due to the high quality flower oils and extracts used in the lotion, which I imagine also contributes to the cream's $25 price tag.

I have fairly dense breast tissue, so I didn't notice any immediate difference in terms of perkiness. You might get different results if you had softer breast tissue that was more pliable to start with. The lotion was surprisingly moisturizing and had a nice whipped texture, so I mostly just enjoyed the smell and went about my business. Several hours later, I went to get ready for bed and noticed something amazing: all of my stretch marks had faded by about 50%, including my darkest ones. For me, that makes Lovely Jubblies cream immediately worth the price. I just wish I'd known about it before I'd wasted money on tons of other stuff that didn't work! If you struggle with stretch marks, this cream is definitely worth investing in.

While I obviously can't speak about long term results yet, I'm thrilled with this purchase for a whole different reason than I expected to be. I've since gone on to try it out on stretch marks on my thighs and other areas with similar results. I've also heard people rave about it as an eye cream, so it's clearly multipurpose. I suspect when I run through this tub I'll be repurchasing, even at the higher price point. While it isn't quite a breast lift in a tub, I'm still adding myself to the list of Lovely Jubblies fans.

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Holly Jackson

The Full Figured Chest provides creative and elegant copywriting for the high end lingerie industry.

7 Comments on this post

  1. Elizabeth Hills says:

    Ive been using this cream for over a year and it is a musthave for me. One tub lasts me about 3 months. You dont need to use tons. Just a small enough dab for each breast and your chest and neck. Heres a tip; you can use it on the back of your thighs too. It reduced my cellulite a lot. Give it a chance and swap out your latte or lunch out budget every few months and treat yourself!

  2. Heather says:

    The cream works great but I cant get past the horrible rose smell….I guess I’ll mix it in to my regular moisterizer & see if that helps

  3. Ms. Pris says:

    WHen you say “faded by 50%”, do you mean 50% relative to how they look usually, or relative to right after you showered? I ask because stretch marks, especially newer ones, are usually more vivid right after a shower.

  4. Lily Twigg says:

    Here the cream is $30! I do want to try it, but it is a lot for cream… I’d probably buy some if it went on sale.

  5. Amber says:

    I tried this when it first came out and only followed through with the one tub, so I’m not sure of the results. I did *feel* like it might been offering my breasts some firmer tighter skin thus offering a bit of lift, but to get the lifting effects, they want you to use this at least twice a day and probably for months before you actually see lifting results. I didn’t notice any difference on my stretch marks, but like I said, I tried this product when it first came out a few years ago, and the formula may have changed since then. I’m definitely planning on trying this again soon and investing a few months into it to see how the actual firming goes.

  6. Evija says:

    Sounds too good to be true! :D Too bad they don’t have sample sizes but I guess I still would give it a go, given that my local LUSH has it. And I’d have to remember to put it on regularly, which is the hardest part!

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