Why Are Boobs So Soft?

Boobs are a pretty rad human organ that work as an essential part of the breastfeeding process. They’re made of fat and breast tissue, and they help women feed babies.

They can be a bit skittish, so it’s important to build trust with them. Breasts are also very sensitive to changes in hormones, so they’re often soft before or during a period.

They’re made of fat

When you think of your boobs, you probably imagine soft, supple hunks of flesh that get shoved into bras. But breasts are a lot more than just fun erogenous zones to stimulate with your hands or a place to deposit milk (if you’re breastfeeding). They also function as glandular organs that produce milk and have a network of lobes, ducts, and connective tissue. These various tissues can influence the texture of a woman’s boobs and changes in hormone levels can contribute to softer or firmer tissue during different stages of life.

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Because of this, choosing a supportive bra that has soft cup edges—like stretch lace—will help reduce the dreaded pillowing effect that can happen when hard materials like molded cups push into a woman’s softer tissue.

They’re made of connective tissue

The simplest answer is that breasts are mostly fat, or technically, adipose tissue. Floating in this sea of fat are lobules that secrete milk (if you’re breastfeeding) and connect to the nipple via milk ducts, and everything is held together by soft connective tissue. It’s this connection that makes your boobs soft and allows them to move with you and adapt to changes in hormonal balance, which can include pregnancy and nursing, as well as weight fluctuations. It’s also what makes softer materials like stretch lace more comfortable to wear. Soft cup edges also make it less likely that your boobs will cut into you, especially when wearing bras with wider band sizes.

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They’re made of elastin

Most of us are familiar with boobs as supple hunks of flesh that dangle from the body, get shoved into bras, and offer fun erogenous zones to stimulate. But we may not know much more than that about them. Boobs are more than just a big piece of fat; they include breast tissue, lobes that secrete milk, ducts that connect these lobes to the nipple, and connective tissue. And they change with pregnancy and nursing, weight fluctuations, and aging. This is one of the reasons why it’s so important to use a soft material like stretch lace for your bras.

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