Everything You Need to Know About Gummy Bear Breast Implants

Gummy Bear Implants Pros and Cons


1) They’re cheap!

(They’re not even that expensive!)

2) They don’t taste bad.

3) They’re delicious!

4) If they fall out, they won’t hurt your body.

5) They look cute on you!


1) Some people may have allergic reactions to them.

2) They might cause problems with your skin if you get too much of them.

What are Gummy Bear Implants Made Of?

The gel inside the gummy bears is actually a type of jelly called polyethylene glycol or PEG. It’s a clear liquid that comes from sugarcane juice, which is extracted from sugar cane plants. It’s usually used in food products like ice cream and soft drinks because it doesn’t contain any calories or fat. However, it does have some uses outside of these foods. For example, it’s used in medical devices such as pacemakers and defibrillators. It can also be found in cosmetics and toothpaste.

Why are they so popular?

Well, I’m sure you’ve heard about how Gummy Bears were invented by two brothers named Donny and Sandy Miller back in 1928. And since then, there hasn’t been another brand that could compete with them. These bears have been around for nearly a hundred years, and they’ve managed to keep up with the times. For example, they recently came out with blueberry flavored gummies, and they’ve managed to make a profit out of them. They’ve come out with other types of flavored gummies too.

Gummy Bear implants can be made in many different shapes too. You have your basic circle shaped ones. They also have star-shaped gummies too. They come in different colors too. For example, you have your red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple gummies.

And of course what kid (or adult for that matter) doesn’t like candy?

Maybe that’s why they’re so popular among children.

Nowadays, you can find people wearing gummy bear clothing and gummy bear hats.

I mean you definitely wouldn’t wear this stuff to an interview for a job, would you?

Gummy bear clothing can be pretty hard to find, especially since it’s more popular in other countries rather than the US. I’ve been to a couple websites that sell gummy bear socks. However, you’ve got to be extremely careful when you’re ordering these items because some of these websites try to take your money and send you nothing in return. I’ve done some research on how to avoid being scammed and I’ll tell you some tips in the next section.

So are you ready to have beautiful Gummy Bear locks?

If you’re really serious about this, then click on the link here to learn more about it. But if you’re still a little on the fence about this, then that’s okay. Not everyone was born to have Gummy Bear locks. There are other types of implants that you can get instead. But before you go, please share this article online to let others know about this!

Sources & references used in this article:

W. Grant Stevens, MD, FACS, on Cohesive Gel Breast Implants by S Merrill – theperfectbreast.com

Reasonably safe? Breast implants and informed consent by DM Zuckerman – Reproductive Health Matters, 2010 – Taylor & Francis

Public health implications of differences in US and European Union regulatory policies for breast implants by D Zuckerman, N Booker, S Nagda – Reproductive health matters, 2012 – Taylor & Francis

Dr. Samuel Lin Helps You Decide Which Implant Is Best For You by S Head – hauteliving.com