Dear fellow women,
I am Annette, and I wanted to let you know why I decided to try this product and to share my early results with you. My neighbor knows me, and she knows that I want bigger breasts. She always says accept yourself for the person you are inside and out, but I can’t help and disagree.
Do we, women, really do that? Do we accept our physical appearance? I don’t think we do. We may learn to live with it, but we don’t accept it. Let’s talk about her for example. She works on her nails almost every day, she shaves her armpits, and she goes to the hairdresser at least bi-weekly. All that, on top of going to the gym regularly. Does she do all that because she accepts herself, or because she wants to look better? It is clearly the latter, and how is wanting bigger breasts any different from that? What about our rings, necklaces, earrings, piercings or tattoos? We are born without all of these accessories, yet the vast majority of women enjoy them and use them to look better in the eyes of both men and women.
I thought I had my argument down to a tee, but apparently not. She dismissed my ideas, which I thought was a little bit rude, but I guess we can’t all agree on everything. I have another friend, who is a natural beauty. She is in her 30s, yet still, have the body of a 20-year-old. Long, toned legs, and perky, firm breasts on the large side. The kind of body that just won’t quit, and wherever we go, men and women often stare at her. I am a little bit envious, to be honest, but she is not the main reason I want to modify my appearance. I honestly think that I would feel a lot better if I would do it. It is as much about my confidence as it is about my status, which would undeniably improve among men. It is just the way it is, and maybe it is unfair, but those are the cards we women were dealt.
Even she, by the way, isn’t always happy about the way she looks, which is crazy. She goes to a beauty specialist frequently, who does her pedicure with toe rings and all that. She looks like a movie star, and still not fully satisfied with how she looks. To other women, this may seem weird, but it demonstrates the truth about us, we all want to look better, no matter how society sees us. We are not wired to accept the way we look, to give up without a fight. I certainly am not. I tried this product for a variety of reasons, but mostly because I chose to fight the good fight, and try to make my situation with the girls – if you know what I mean – at least a little better.
In addition to that, I don’t see any other realistic, safe option to increase my breast size. I guess I could go under the knife, but have you read about those procedures? There are two major problems with them. We all know they are risky, that’s one thing, but turns out the doctors cannot even guarantee that your breasts will look the way you imagined them. That depends on many factors, the size of the implants, and the elasticity of your skin. In addition, it also matters how strong your chest muscles are, and how quickly – and how well – your body can heal. It is a big gamble, any way you slice it – no pun intended -, and I am just not comfortable with taking that kind of risk.
I tried this product instead, and I think I am already seeing some results. I realize that it will be a long process, at least a couple of weeks, but I am cautiously optimistic. The treatment is easy to keep to, I take three pills in the morning and two more before I go to sleep. The best thing? The pills taste quite good. I tried Hop pills in the past, and those I had to swallow as quickly as possible because they tasted bad, not to mention the smell. These are actually quite nice.
I hope that I’ll soon have fuller and perkier breasts. That was my story, and I hope I did not bore you with it. Best wishes, Annette.