How to Choose a Silicone Breast



This article aims to serve as a guide for those who intend to purchase a silicone breast form in the near future but do not include silicone breasts (silicone prosthetic breasts) sold in pairs without the breastplate. Silicone prosthetic breasts will be the subject of another article to be addressed later. Few articles address this subject, yet an increasing number of transgender and cisgender individuals choose this option to enhance their profile. It is also commonly used by those working in the entertainment industry and can be found on film sets.


On the market today, silicone breast forms are generally made with medical-grade silicone that is safe and non-toxic for the human body. They are softer on the skin and easily conform to the original shape. This makes them more comfortable to wear and enhances durability and tear resistance. Manufacturers from China and Asia are the main producers of these products. It is important to note that there are various options available regarding skin tones, silicone layer thickness, as well as choices for underbust sizes, shoulder width, and neck opening, which can vary from one manufacturer to another. Furthermore, it should be noted that the thicker the silicone layer, the more resistant the breastplate will be to tearing.

The 2 different methods of filling the breasts of a silicone chest

The breasts of silicone chest plates are filled in 2 ways

Some people prefer breasts filled with silicone gel because they feel more realistic to the touch, but others don't see it as necessary due to the minimal difference in realistic feel. However, there is a price difference between the two filling methods, but more importantly, a difference in weight.

In fact, the weight of a silicone breast filled with silicone gel can vary, for example, from 3.54 kg for a cup size C to 3.68 kg for a cup size E. In contrast, the weight of a silicone breast filled with elastic cotton silk can range from 2.08 kg for a cup size C to 2.16 kg for a cup size E.

Skin Tone

Manufacturers generally offer 6 different skin tones ranging from the palest shade of white to black. Manufacturers tend to label them with numbers since naming skin tones can be challenging. For example: color 1, color 2, color 3, etc.

Of course, there will also be variations in skin tones among different manufacturers for a given color. For instance, color 1 may vary from one manufacturer to another based on the recipe they use to create them. Therefore, it is important to refer to the manufacturer's color chart.

Here is a color chart from a specific manufacturer that can give you a preview of the available choices in different skin tones.

Charte de teintes de peau

There are multiple color options depending on the manufacturer's pigmentation recipe, with tendencies towards either yellow or pink tones suitable for Asian, North American, or Mediterranean skin tones. The more pinkish pigments are recommended for white skin tones in North America. The last two skin tones are suitable for Africans and Haitians. To compare and find the skin tone that suits you, it is important to compare not on your arms but on your neck and shoulders, as that is where the breast demarcation will be.

At Boutique LGBT / SeducZone, they offer breasts from 3 different manufacturers, increasing the chances of finding a match for your skin tone.


When choosing silicone breast forms, it's important to consider not only the cup size but also the width of the chest, which includes the underbust measurement and shoulder width. While silicone can stretch up to 150%, it's still preferable to wear silicone forms that match the dimensions of your shoulders and underbust for two reasons:

Generally, the underbust is measured using a measuring tape or, preferably, a measuring gallon. This measurement is taken around the full circumference of the chest just below the breasts. Similarly, for shoulder width, measure from one shoulder to the other at each endpoint.

It's recommended to note the measurements in centimeters and choose silicone breast forms that match your bust size. Avoid selecting a size that is too large, as the forms should be able to stretch slightly to fit your body, creating a more natural effect.

Cup Sizes

Cup sizes refer to the measurements around the breast's contour and shape. These sizes are denoted by letters ranging from B to G, and some manufacturers even go beyond. Therefore, cup size D is the smallest, while cup size G is the largest.

How to Put on and Wear Silicone Breast Forms

It is highly recommended to use talcum powder on your body before putting on the silicone breast forms. You can find talcum powder at a pharmacy, but often you need to ask for it, as it may not be prominently displayed on the shelves.

Here is a diagram illustrating the steps to follow when putting on a silicone breast form camisole by yourself.

Comment enfiler une poitrine en silicone

How to Buy Silicone Breast Forms Online

Since the purchase of silicone breast forms can be rather costly, it is essential to take certain precautions before ordering them online. The following recommendations will increase your chances of receiving breast forms that match your measurements and skin tone.

At Boutique LGBT / SeducZone, we are always available to answer your questions via email or phone to assist you in purchasing the silicone breast forms that suit you best. Do not hesitate to get in touch with us, as we are here to help!

Furthermore, in case your purchase does not meet your expectations, you can rely on our exchange policy. We will send you a return label via email, which will allow you to return the package for an exchange.

Caring for Silicone Breast Forms