boob 380x218 Cleavage wrinkles + 10 bizarre boob products

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Here’s one more thing to add to your list of things to worry about: cleavage wrinkles. That’s right – it’s a fact of life that as you get older, the previously smooth skin on your chest won’t always stay that way.

Rest assured that there are a number of ways in which you can prevent those pesky cleavage wrinkles. Enter Zoe Foster, genius when it comes to all things beauty-related. Last year she wrote on Primped about a woman who woke up to discover wrinkles on her chest:

Shit sticks, the woman thought. I can’t believe I’ve been rambling along through life not knowing that you can get wrinkles in between the cans. I mean, I knew to protect that area from the sun, and I always moisturize it, but I didn’t realise there was an issue of bloody sideways wrinkles down there.

So she started using her face cream on the area every morning and night, taking special care to massage it in properly, and attempted to start sleeping on her back. She would beat sleep’s silent skin assassin! With ease! But she didn’t, actually, because she was a side-ways sleeper and her body was controlled by small invisible elves who pushed her right back onto her side each time she tried to sleep on her back.

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Click through our gallery of bizarre boob products:

Introducing the Décolleté Pad... sexy isn't it?

What’s the weirdest beauty product or service you’ve ever heard of? Any that you’d really recommend? Cleavage wrinkles anyone? Anyone?

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