Women’s Breasts
  • Some women have nipples that aim in different directions. Up, down, left, or right pointing nipples depends on their structure and where the areola sit on the breasts.
  • Breasts are known to sag during times of tension and stress.
  • Breasts are thin-skinned because they’re stretched as they are developing producing a thinner skin than the rest of your body.
  • Breasts are prone to dryness, moisturizing with a firming cream to stimulate collagen and elastin growth, plus has UV protection and retinol to prevent wrinkling can help.
  • The largest natural breasts in the world belong to Annie-Hawkins-Turner who wears a 102ZZZZ bra and whose breasts weight 85 lbs.   Her chest measures 70 inches.
  • After looking at breasts, men tend to perform more poorly on cognitive tests.
  • Pregnancy can darken nipple pigment.  Newborn infants are colour blind so the darker colour helps the baby find its food source. In time they may fade but will always remain darker than before having a baby.
  • You have an equal chance of acquiring your breast shape from either your maternal or paternal side.
  • As many as 80% of women wear the wrong size bra and besides affecting the way your breasts look it can also cause back pain, indigestion and headaches.
  • About 3 in 100 nipples are inverted.
  • Average breast size is D cup in Canada, US, and countries throughout Europe.  Average breast size is C cup in Africa and is A cup throughout Asia.
  • Breasts bouncing around during exercise can stretch supportive ligaments causing them to sag, so a supportive bra is a must.
  • A study from the Victoria University of Wellington, UK claims that staring at women’s breasts for just minutes a day can improve a man’s health and add four to five years to his life.