In the modern world people have less free time than ever and it shouldn’t have surprised us to see a breast enhancement supplement in the form of a chewing gum, but that is exactly what we felt when we ran across the Zoft product. It is a chewing gum that is chewed two times daily and which guarantees an increase in bust size, easing in tension, and balancing of hormones. Naturally, we were a bit skeptical of such claims from a single piece of chewing gum and decided to investigate.
How Zoft Works and Ingredients
We anticipated that this gum would contain some of the more familiar herbal compounds known for breast enhancement, and were not disappointed when we read the list of active ingredients. There was the mandatory blessed thistle, dong quai, damiana, wild yam, saw palmetto, fenugreek, fennel, L-Tyrosine, and more. Unfortunately, we also saw listings for two of the most offensive artificial sweeteners, and when you see that you can use up to six pieces in a single day you can see that the laxative effects of these ingredients might quickly become an issue.
As we began to sort through the various professional and consumer reports on the Zoft product we were surprised to see that some people had what seemed like allergic reactions to the product. Others used it as directed and had no results, and many felt it to be a complete waste of time and money. We actually did not run across a valid positive comment from those who had purchased the gum.
A sample review of Zoft we found:
“I am not a big gum chewer and reading that it takes around six months for full results was just a huge turn off. I won’t buy this again and will opt for a pill or crème instead.”
Where to Buy
Zoft gum is available online and from the manufacturer directly. It is going to cost around $180 for three months of product, and this tends to be way too high for such an unproven breast enhancement tactic.
We cannot recommend the use of Zoft gum as a form of breast enhancement. The manufacturer has not demonstrated the validity of the formulation and offers no clinical evidence that delivery via the salivary and digestive system is better than a pill or topical cream. Until that happens we would suggest using a more reliable product.