Latavi Review: Does It Really Work?

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Editor Review by : Heather Walter : 1.5 / 5.0
Latavi Review: Does It Really Work? This is an exclusive review of Latavi, know complete information pros and cons about Latavi on the beauty insiders

Latavi Overview

Latavi is an all-natural two-part breast enhancement system designed to increase breast size and boost firmness. The company behind Latavi is Shoreline Business Enterprises.

Latavi – Product Description

Latavi

Latavi is a herbal supplement and a cream that is applied to the breast area. The herbs in Latavi are phytoestrogens, which are thought to increase the size and fullness of breasts. Other stated benefits include a reduction in the severity of PMS and menopause symptoms. The site is cryptic about the actual herbs in Latavi, referring to them as a proprietary blend or complex instead of identifying them by name. They are said to be all-natural, however. The results are permanent, so women do not have to take Latavi after they achieve the size gains they want.

There is a 30-day guarantee for Latavi. Prices for Latavi are $89.95 for a one-month supply or $59.95/month if customers want to enrol in the home delivery system. Latavi will automatically bill the customer each month and send additional product every 30 days. This is an arrangement some customers may not be comfortable with, especially considering that there is next to no info about Shoreline Business Enterprises and numerous people have filed complaints about them with the BBB.

Latavi Advantages

  • 30-day guarantee
  • All-natural ingredients
  • Does not need to be taken indefinitely

Latavi Drawbacks

  • Ingredients not identified
  • Company concerns
  • Automatic billing with home delivery system

Latavi – The Bottom Line

Aside from a few testimonials, there is little on the site to support the claims made about Latavi. Information about the ingredients used in Latavi and their mechanism of action is absent from the site, and the fact that Shoreline Business Enterprises has a rating of F with the BBB is cause for concern.

Currently there are many products that claim to be capable of enhancing breasts. However, each of these products should be evaluated in light of their ingredients, and the following chart rates several of the top breast enhancing supplements/creams. Specifically speaking, the best quality breast enhancers should formulated from compounds that have a proven potential to increase bust size, and this increase in size should be observable for a significant period of time; temporary results are not ideal. Of course, a quality breast enhancer must also contain ingredients that are tested both for their safety and quality. Each of the following breast enhancing products has been rated according to how well it meets these nonbiased standards of quality.

Top Breast Enhancement Creams and Pills

Rank
Product
Description
Rating
Info
1
Breast Actives

Breast Actives

Ability Breast Enhancement Long-Term
Potential to Increase Bust Size
Safety of Ingredients
Quality of Ingredients
98%
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2
BioBust

BioBust

Ability Breast Enhancement Long-Term
Potential to Increase Bust Size
Safety of Ingredients
Quality of Ingredients
85%
3
Breast XL

Breast XL

Ability Breast Enhancement Long-Term
Potential to Increase Bust Size
Safety of Ingredients
Quality of Ingredients
81%
4
Perfect Woman

Perfect Woman

Ability Breast Enhancement Long-Term
Potential to Increase Bust Size
Safety of Ingredients
Quality of Ingredients
78%
5
Breast Enhance

Breast Enhance

Ability Breast Enhancement Long-Term
Potential to Increase Bust Size
Safety of Ingredients
Quality of Ingredients
70%

**This is a subjective assessment based on the strength of the available information and our estimation of efficacy.

*Results may vary. The information contained in this website is provided for general informational purposes only. No medical claims are implied in this content, and the information herein is not intended be used for self diagnosis or self treatment of any condition.

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Heather Walter

Heather Walter is an LA based health writer and a researcher on women's health & beauty. She finds it interesting and fascinating to know and spread the knowledge on women's health. She thinks that now a days most of the women are unaware of various factors causing harm to their body and need to be given sufficient knowledge.