FYI Chloe Ferry's New Boobs Are Made Out Of The Same Stuff As NASA Spaceships
Chloe Ferry already thinks her new boobs are out of this world - and she’s actually notwrong. Her new implants are basically made of spaceships.
Let us explain... The Sun Online reports that Chloe’s surgeon used B-lite implants for the Geordie Shore star’s new chest, and they are made from - and here’s the science part - Borosilicate glass. That's the same material used on NASA space shuttles as a heat shield to protect them during re-entry to Earth.
The implants - which were pioneered by Dr Roberto Viel at London Centre of Aesthetic Surgery - are full of tiny balls made from Borosilicate glass instead of the standard silicone.
Chloe actually had her surgery at the the London Bridge Plastic Surgery & Aesthetic Clinic and our lass could not be happier with the results.
“Everything has gone so well - it’s perfect. I’m not even joking - my boobs are the best boobs I’ve ever seen in my life. Honestly, I’ve never seen boobs as good as this before.
“Because of the bandages and plasters following the surgery, I’d not actually been able to have a proper look at the end results until this week,” she said of her new chest just the other day.