The first ingredient in Dr. Spencer's Breast Cream is Love. It also contains the essence of a dozen roses. Other natural ingredients include:
This is an all-natural cream. However, some of the ingredients have names that would seem to indicate otherwise. The following is a description of the ingredients in lay terms.
The Spirulina in this cream is a special strain of algae developed specifically for this product. The uniqueness of the algae is a result of how the algae is grown. Spirulina is a fresh water blue green algae that is commonly ingested as a super food. Spirulina is considered to be one of the most concentrated and health giving super foods on the planet. There have been more studies on the benefits of this super food than perhaps any other food. Multitudes of benefits have been ascribed to this very special algae.Spirulina is a blue green algae. The light green color of your cream comes from this ingredient. This algae is not harvested from a lake where there is no control of contaminants or pollution. This algae is grown in man-made ponds containing fresh pure water that is regularly monitored so as to insure the purity of the growing environment. Nutrients are specifically measured. There are no pesticides or harmful chemicals used in the growing process. Spirulina in the growing process keeps its own pond free of bacteria. These biological contaminants are not able to grow in its presence. This makes it very easy to maintain a pure growing environment.
The Fine Print
There are provisions within the FDA that allow for health benefit claims to be made with oral nutrients. The FDA, however, does not have the same provisions for nutrients that are administered topically and thus no claims are allowed at this time. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or condition. If pregnant or breast feeding consult a physician prior to use.
If You Experience Discomfort
It has been reported that some women experienced temporary tenderness of the breast tissue with regular massaging with the cream. It has been speculated that this may be a result of triggering lymphatic drainage as a result of regular massage or the active ingredients entering the skin may be facilitating a detoxifying reaction, although there is no proof that these explanations are correct.
If you feel any discomfort, stop using the cream until the sensation has completely subsided. At that point start the cream again. If the tenderness returns after initiating use of the cream, again stop using the cream. Do not return to use until all tenderness again has dissipated. As you go through this process the tenderness should become less with each return to use of the cream or it takes longer for this to show up. Eventually tenderness does not return.
If you are an exception whereby discomfort always returns with use of the cream and it is not becoming less with each attempt, it is advised to discontinue the cream entirely and consult your physician for a breast exam. To date there are no reports of such an experience. However, if this does take place please contact us and report your experience.