Most women want to have large breasts and are even willing to spend thousands on surgery to increase their breast size. But millions of busty women can tell you that having a large chest isn’t always ideal, especially when it comes to signs of aging. Just like the skin on your face and hands can reveal your age with wrinkles, your cleavage can also become wrinkled – and busty women are more likely to get chest wrinkles.
Why Chest Wrinkles Occur
Chest wrinkles occur when breast tissue gets pulled to one side for extended periods of time. As the collagen in skin breaks down with age and damage, such as from UV ray exposure, wrinkles form in the areas where the breast tissue overextended.
In most cases, chest wrinkles are long lines going from the collarbone to the space between the breasts, making a V shape of wrinkles. This is because chest wrinkles generally occur from sleeping on one’s side, since the top breasts will be pulled downwards. Sleeping on your back can reduce chest wrinkles, but it can still cause aging lines to appear – just extending outwards instead of down to the cleavage line. Another reason that chest wrinkles occur is because of sports bras and pushup bras. These bras can flatten the breasts or push them into unnatural positions so wrinkles form in the areas where the tissue has been overextended.
Chest wrinkles can occur in any woman but are most likely in women with larger breasts – whether natural or surgically endowed.
Reducing Chest Wrinkles
If you have chest wrinkles, you are far from alone in the problem. In fact, numerous women have come up with solutions to fight cleavage wrinkles. Your options are generally broken down into pillows which are worn between the breasts during sleep or special bra-like supports.
Injections for Chest Wrinkles
Pillows and bras can do wonders for reducing chest wrinkles, but they probably aren’t going to get rid of the wrinkles on your cleavage completely. For a quicker, more effective solution, you can try wrinkle-filling injections like Juvederm. Do be aware that these wrinkle filling injections usually cost about $600 and have to be repeated every 5-12 months to keep the effects.