Naturaful is sold as a natural breast enlargement cream that firms, lifts, and enhances your bustline with a formula made of the highest-grade botanicals. The manufacturer claims that many women see a 1-3 cup boost in their bra size after using Naturaful, with results showing in as little as a few weeks.
Feeling insecure about an upper half that falls short of bursting with feminine curves isn’t new. However, some of the tricks Naturaful uses to create buzz are sneakier than those implemented by potions, supplements, and lotions in the past.
Here’s a closer look at how Naturaful supposedly works—and whether or not their formula is as “science shattering” as they claim.
How Does Naturaful Claim To Enhance Your Breast Size?
Naturaful claims to go a step beyond boosting your breast size to help balance your hormones—alleviating symptoms of menopause and PMS, as well as promoting overall breast health.
Didn’t know that your hormones needed balancing?
The manufacturer’s of Naturaful state that a woman’s breast size, shape, and fullness are all dependent on the amount of hormones produced during puberty.
Further, they claim that many women experience a shortened period of puberty or a low production of hormones related to breast development, and that this results in breasts that are underdeveloped.
How does Naturaful help? The product promises to correct underdeveloped breasts “by simply encouraging the natural growth process” using a formula that includes “secret phytoestrogens”—resulting in an enhanced bosom.
Naturaful promises that, by enlarging your breasts, you will save thousands of dollars, enjoy an increased sense of well-being, and improve your confidence—all without experiencing any side effects.
Don't’ worry, gentlemen, you can also experience the increased confidence that comes with having bigger boobs! Without stating why these effects would be desirable to the opposite gender, Naturaful claims that their formula works for males, too.
How To Use Naturaful Cream
Naturaful’s manufacturers recommend that you apply liberal amounts of the cream to your breasts twice daily, massaging until it’s fully absorbed into the skin. To aid absorption, it’s recommended that the cream be applied after a hot shower or hot towel compress, so that the skin’s pores are open.
Naturaful claims that to see significant results, the cream should be used from three to nine months or longer.
Naturaful Pricing & Refund Policy
Those considering purchasing Naturaful have several options. Several pricing packages are available through the product’s official website:
- 1 Jar: $70.00 + $9.95 shipping (Total $79.95)
- 3 Jars: $149.00 + $9.95 shipping (Total $158.95)
- 5 Jars: $199.75 (Free shipping)
- 9 Jars: $269.55 (Free shipping)
Each purchase includes a free gift of Naturaful’s “Breast Enlargement Handbook,” valued at $25.00.
Naturaful purchases are covered by a 60-day satisfaction guarantee. If you’re not happy with your purchase within 60 days of when your order was initially placed, you can request a refund by contacting Naturaful’s Customer Care department via email at email@example.com.
Upon contacting Naturaful and requesting a refund on your order, you will be provided with a Return Merchandise Authorization ("RMA") number—this must be written on the returned package to avoid being billed for the product. Please note that you’re responsible for the cost of return shipping.
Additionally, Naturaful must receive your return within 10 days of the 60-day mark. There is a $10.00 handling fee deducted for each jar being returned, and Naturaful doesn’t accept any jars that have been opened or used.
For example: If you buy 5 jars for $199.75, use 2 and return 3 unopened bottles, a refund in the amount of $199.75 divided by 5 = $39.95 per bottle x 3 returns= $119.85 less ($10 restocking fee x3)= $89.85 will be refunded. This means that the two jars you used cost $109.80 out the door.
Naturaful’s manufacturers also sell their product by the jar on Amazon. Each jar is $79.00, plus $6.99 shipping and handling.
Are Naturaful’s Ingredients Supported by Science?
Naturaful claims to enhance your breast size with all-natural ingredients, including sabal, damiana, dong quai, blessed thistle, dandelion root, oat bran, wild Mexican yam, and motherwort. Let’s take a closer look:
- Sabal: Also known as Saw Palmetto, Sabal is best known in modern medicine for its use in decreasing symptoms of an enlarged prostate. However, when this plant first attracted medical attention in the 19th century, it was more widely used for breast enlargement. It's not clear why, since Saw palmetto isn’t estrogenic. Additionally, it's a diuretic, meaning it rids the body of excess fluid. This contrasts with most traditional breast-enlarging herbs, which help the body retain fluids.
- Damiana: In traditional medicine, people used damiana as a stimulant and treatment for menstrual problems, constipation, and kidney disease. However, there isn’t evidence to back up these uses. Additionally, we don't know if damiana is safe for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.
- Dong Quai: Dong quai, a Chinese herb used in many women’s health formulas, has been tested for hot flashes in a randomized, double-blind clinical trial; there was no effect on hot flashes, vaginal mucosa, or endometrium. The herb is not considered estrogenic (causing the growth of breast tissue) in traditional Chinese medicine. There is one report of dong quai was associated gynecomastia (breast enlargement in males). However, the product was not analyzed. Dong quai also comes with a chilling list of potential side effects, including increased bleeding, potential heightened risk of cancer, kidney problems, vision problems, nausea, and dizziness.
- Blessed Thistle: Blessed thistle (Carbenia benedicta) is a flowering plant that has been used to promote milk flow of breast milk in new mothers. However, there is no evidence to show that it increases breast size.
- Dandelion Root: Commonly used in homeopathic remedies to promote a healthy liver, we were unable to find any evidence supporting the use of dandelion root for breast growth.
- Oat Bran: Some homeopathic sources state that oat bran can be used to increase milk production, but we were unable to find any evidence that it increases breast size.
- Wild Mexican Yam: Wild yam (Dioscora villosa) contains potent plant estrogens (phytoestrogens). Estrogen causes fluid retention and stimulates breast tissue growth, which is why many women who take estrogen-based birth control pills report weight gain and breast swelling. This herb's estrogenic effect explains its use in Naturaful. Its phytoestrogens may cause fluid retention and possibly some breast enlargement.
- Motherwort: This herb is used to in some medications intended to treat heart conditions, and is theorized to slow down the heart and thin blood. There is not currently any evidence that supports motherwort’s uses in breast enhancement creams.
Breast-Enhancing Supplement Claims Aren’t Supported by Research
According to research published by The Department of Health Care Sciences at George Washington University School of Medicine, no clinical trial of a bust-enhancing herbal product has yet been published. Additionally, the report states that:
“It is unlikely that any of these products, if they contain what their labels say that they contain, would cause breast enlargement.
Drugs associated with gynecomastia [male breast enlargement] or mammoplasia [female breast enlargement] include estrogen, protease inhibitors, penicillamine, neuroleptics, and antidepressants. No cases of gynecomastia or mammoplasia have been reported for herbs or grains except for a single unreliable case of gynecomastia associated with dong quai (the product was not analyzed to exclude steroid adulteration, which is not uncommon in Asian herbal medicine products).
Some herbs contain estrogenic compounds, but the phenolic phytoestrogens found in plants would not be expected to be potent enough to cause mammoplasia.”
In the most basic terms, there is no evidence supporting Naturaful’s claims that their cream will help enlarge your breast size. Additionally, there is no long-term data showing that any of these herbs, used singularly or in combination, won’t negatively affect your health.
Naturaful’s Less-Than-Honest Advertising Technique
Perhaps to compensate for a lack of evidence supporting their claims, the company uses a shady technique, whether directly or through affiliates, to convince consumers that Naturaful is well received by reputable companies, such as Cosmopolitan Magazine.
In the screenshot above, you see a page that’s designed to look just like an article from the real Cosmopolitan.com. However, any attempt to navigate away from the article back towards the website’s homepage is interrupted by a pop-up ad urging you to make a Naturaful purchase.
This tactic is commonly used by scam websites as a last-ditch effort to try and convince you to make a purchase—and wouldn’t ever be seen on the real Cosmo website.
While the presence of a pop-up advertisement doesn’t immediately mean that a product is a scam, it certainly shows that the “article” is a fake.
Bottom Line: Should You Buy Naturaful?
Applying cream anywhere on your body will inevitably cause a slight plumping effect, including the skin on your breasts. This is because you're restoring moisture to the area. However, that’s pretty much the limit of Naturaful’s effectiveness.
How can we be so sure? As we stated in our Miracle Bust review:
“Supplements containing herbs, such as Naturaful, are sold under "generally regarded as safe" (GRAS) rules—meaning these products do not need to be approved by the Food and Drug Administration or even proved effective before they can be sold.
As a result, companies can make these claims because there is no federal entity that oversees “holistic” or “homeopathic” products. However, if they could effectively create change in your body, they would have to be more strictly regulated as a drug—and only available by prescription.”
More importantly, if Naturaful could enhance your breast size, it might very possibly do so at the cost of increasing a your risk of breast cancer—which is proven to have a direct correlation with increases in estrogen.
Bottom line: Due to the complete lack of evidence that Naturaful works to increase your breast size, plus the company’s scammy advertising practices, we suggest that you’re more likely to see results by stuffing that $80 down your top and calling it a day.
Learn more about options for increasing the size of your breasts by reading: 4 Safe Tips For When You Must Increase Your Bust