The Intimate Health ‘Brassage' Claims to Kneed Away Toxins

By: Rainer Takahashi - Published: Apr 1, 2009 • References: abcnews.go
Brassage, a bra the inventor claimed would improve breast health by massaging away toxins, has been pulled from the market. Once sold by Intimate Health for $59 USD, the bra had received rave reviews in ELLE, Teen Magazine, and Consumers’ Digest, among many other elite media outlets.

The Brassage was pulled after ABC’s GMA report showed there was no medical science backing up the inventor, Christina Erteszek’s, claims and argued that it was ‘exploitative’.

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