Ice for Breast Tightening: How to Massage, Precautions

Ice for Firm Breasts

There are many reasons for the breasts to loose firmness. But the most common reasons for the breasts to lose tone and elasticity are:

  • Aging
  • Having too big breasts
  • Lack of exercise
  • Poor or unbalanced diet
  • Not taking care after child birth

But by being consistent and following a few simple tips, women can achieve the ideal breasts.

Using Ice for Breasts Tightening

Applying ice on the busts is one of the most common tricks used by women, since the cold on the breast area will make it contract and the bust will seem firmer. But remember this is a temporary effect and there is no evidence to support its efficacy.

How to Apply

  1. To apply ice on the breast, take couple of ice cubes and wrap it in a cloth
  2. Massage in a circular motion for 1 minute
  3. After this, you should sit in a slightly backward position for 30 minutes
  4. Once the massage is over, dry them carefully and put on your bra
  5. Massage twice a day, every day


  • Do not apply ice directly to the skin of the breast, as it is more sensitive than other parts of the body, and can cause burn.
  • Ice can stop blood flow, if left on the skin too long. That’s why wrap ice in a towel, cloth or a bag.

Aloe Vera + Cucumber Pulp + Honey

Another widely used methods to firm the breasts is to use aloe vera cream. Aloe vera is a plant with many benefits for the body, including its properties to promote skin elasticity, thanks to collagen and elastin.

How to Apply

  1. You can apply aloe vera gel directly to the breast or
  2. Make a mixture with aloe vera gel, cucumber pulp and honey
  3. Apply this preparation, massaging in a circular motion
  4. Leave it as is for about 20 minutes
  5. Then remove it with cold water

Author: Nilam

Nilam Author

This article has been written by Nilam Mehta and she is one of the owner of this site/blog.

Nilam has worked in Pharmaceutical industry and have studied – Lifestyle Medicine from Doane University; Science of Exercise from University of Colorado Boulder. She believes that many of health problems can be cured naturally.

You can reach her on [email protected]

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