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Caramason1971

Hi can I ask what's  the best way to look after your  silicone breast forms also I have a pair of B cups and D cups should I get some C cups 

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They will all come with the manufacturers care instructions as to washing them and it will depend on the type you get.  Some have no adhesive on them others have a silicone material to keep them in place on your chest.  Do not waste time or money unless you have a lot of both on forms that "glue on" and you can go braless with. They are a lot of fuss and bother as I can relate from sad experience.  They will come in a plastic tray, Use the tray for best and safest storage.  Store in a closet that does not get too hot or dry. 

 

I do not give recommendation on form sizes.  If YOU think the "B" s are too small and the "D" too big, you can take your chance on the "C", but I will not say should on it.   I am a bigger woman myself but my homegrown "B's do me just fine. for looks.

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