Why every girl should fear 21…

Finishing off February with an email tailored to young women.

Enjoy.

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You know the deal…

It sucks so say it so directly, but it’s the truth. When you hit 21 years of age, your body starts producing less collagens, which means your hair, nails and skin and even bones get affected by it.

By the time you’re 30, the changes are very visible.

After all, why do you think women age so much faster than men?

It’s common for a lot of women to see their first wrinkles as they hit that 30 year mark.

Same thing with grey hair….

And the nails get that matte, unappealing color…

Frightening, isn’t it? 

You don’t want to end up looking like your mother when you’re still so young, right? 

Well, now you may not have to. [REDACTED] uses a patented formula, called [REDACTED]. The [REDACTED] will encourage your body to start producing collagen, keratin and elastin.

Put an end to those wrinkles and lines with [REDACTED].

Get it here:

[Link]

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Obviously I’m a man, so I’ve been sneaking around in girl forums carefully reading what is being said. I could have used multiple ways to write this email, but I chose to go with the obvious one; how every girl deep down doesn’t subscribe too much to the idea of aging, wrinkles and lines.

There’s a reason some use those ‘filters’ on social media photos, you know.

Anyway, what comes without any filter, totally uncensored and delivered from the heart when it comes to writing persuasive emails is my content that you’ll get when you subscibe to my email list.

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