Earlier this year, a plastic surgeon in New York City introduced the world to the InstaBreasts — a 15 minute procedure during which saline is injected into the breasts and provides volume and fullness for 24 hours.
“The saline gets absorbed by the body,” Dr. Norman Rowe told ABC News. “It’s for the women who don’t have time for implants.”
After a successful launch of InstaBreast, Dr. Rowe found a demand for a slightly longer time period.
“Twenty-four hours is great,” said Dr. Rowe, “but it’s still just 24 hours.”
Now, for those women who don’t want to fully commit, but do want to test drive the larger model for more than one day, here are Vacation Breasts.
This latest procedure is for perfect for holidays or special occasions, says Dr. Rowe.
“You can use 3-D imaging and put implants in bras,” Dr. Rowe told ABC News, “but it’s another thing to see what the weight will actually feel like and what it will be like to live with the new breasts.”
InstaBreasts will set you back about $2,500 and Vacation Breasts will be slightly cheaper, depending on demand.