Total Curve Supplement & Gel ingredients List

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Total Curve Supplement – Full Ingredients List

Buckwheat Leaves/Flowers

Medical studies have demonstrated the health benefits of buckwheat, including protection against heart disease, a lowered risk of diabetes, and gallstone prevention. Buckwheat contains rutin, an antioxidant that strengthens the capillaries and improves circulation, as well as bioflavonoids, which support collagen production, both potentially beneficial in improving breast size and shape.

Fennel Seed

Fennel contains potent – but safe – phytoestrogens which have a balancing effect on female hormones, making it useful in treating conditions such as PMS, menstrual irregularities, and the symptoms of menopause. These same phytoestrogens can play a role in improving the milk supply of breastfeeding mothers and promoting the growth of breast tissue.

Dong Quai Root

The female ginseng, Dong Quai, believed to promote the production of progesterone, another female hormone linked to breast development, can enhance blood circulation and promote a healthy sex life, and is helpful in treating gynecological ailments, fatigue, mild anemia, and high blood pressure.

Damiana Leaf

Damiana has been used as a sexual stimulant for both men and women, to treat stress, depression, and anxiety, and for general hormone balancing. Damiana is among the six medicinal herbs with the highest progesterone-binding properties, making it useful in the production of milk and breast tissue.

Blessed Thistle

Used in traditional medicines throughout Europe, India, China, Russia, and Africa, Blessed Thistle can be used to relieve painful periods, menstrual headaches, and the symptoms of menopause it can be used to increase milk production and helps repair damaged collagen and elastin.


Hops are a natural phytoestrogen producer, and its used to promote lactation and breast development in women.

Watercress Leaves/Shoots

This fast-growing aquatic plant is a member of the cabbage family, and it’s one of the oldest known vegetables to be consumed by humans. Gout, acne, anemia, arthritis, asthma, poor circulation, and emphysema are just a few of the many conditions that can be treated with watercress.

Black Cohosh Root

Because it produces powerful phytoestrogens, Black Cohosh is used to treat many female health concerns – including PMS, menstrual cramps, and symptoms of menopause. It can help alleviate or diminish many symptoms associated with a lack of estrogen.

Black Cohosh is a wildflower related to the buttercup and has been used by generations of Native Americans to treat numerous ailments, including arthritis, fever, and rheumatism.

Wild Yam Root

Wild yam produces a phytoestrogen called diosgenin, which makes it a natural alternative to hormone replacement therapy in treating the symptoms of menopause. It is also used to treat vaginal dryness, PMS, menstrual cramps, and osteoporosis, to increase energy and sexual drive in men and women, and for breast enlargement.

Lifting & Firming Gel with Volufiline

There have been trials and studies to show that Volufiline can increase the volume of your breasts up to 8.4% in less than 60 days. In order to facilitate the absorption of Volufiline™ into the breast tissue this gel has been formulated to include a selection of gentle, natural skin care botanicals that help to even skin tone, moisturize, and strengthen collagen.

Again, this sounds amazing, before using, let’s take a look at the ingredients of this gel.

It contains besides Purified water, propylene glycol, carbomer, triethanolamine, vegetable glycerin, hydroxyethylcellulose, methylparaben, STR multi-peptide complex, natural and artificial flavors and preservatives, also Aloe Vera Extract, Bearberry Extract, Algae Extract, Mango Butter, Vitamin C, Caffeine.

Let’s see what these plants are good for!

Aloe Vera Extract

The Aloe Vera plant is most commonly known for its ability to heal burns, it also has many excellent anti-aging properties. It penetrates the skin quickly, nourishing and regenerating the cells while healing the internal tissue damage.

Bearberry Extract

Bearberry works to fight free radicals, prevent additional skin conditions, and even serves as a natural sunscreen. Bearberry extract contains a natural substance called “arbutin,” which soothes and moisturizes the skin and promotes an even skin tone for all skin types.
Algae Extract

Algae extract is derived from sea plants and is very rich in minerals that nurture, soften, and smooth the skin by helping it retain moisture. It has firming and anti-irritant properties that make it highly suitable for treating skin infections, as well as helping aging skin retain its pliability and younger look.
Mango Butter

Pressed and rendered from the seed kernel of the Mango tree, this highly prized butter is an exceptional ingredient for body care products. Its skin-softening, soothing, moisturizing, and protective properties help to restore skin’s flexibility while reducing the degeneration of skin cells.
Vitamin C

Vitamin C can benefit skin in two important ways: First, it’s essential for the synthesis of collagen, a key structural protein of the skin. Second, Vitamin C is an antioxidant and can help reduce skin damage caused by free radicals. When delivered to skin cells, it can reduce wrinkles and improve skin texture.

Caffeine has long been known for its anti-inflammatory benefits, but more recently, it’s been getting a lot of attention for its antioxidant properties. Because of all skin problems – from wrinkles to sunspots, to loss of elasticity – are caused by free radicals, caffeine can attack the free radicals and improve the overall look of your skin.
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