A ‘revolutionary’ new breast implant that harnesses NASA technology and is used on board the International Space Station has won over a legion of fans.

B-Lite implants use borosilicate glass, a strong but lightweight material used in the heat shield that protected Nasa’s space shuttles during re-entry to earth.

Touted as ‘the implants of the future’, they are said to be not only 30 per cent lighter than traditional silicone implants, but also ripple-proof thanks to their reduced weight.

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