Beauty is “the possession of that inner quality which excites us to functioning harmoniously with our own nature.” (Ethel P. Howes, The Psychology of Beauty). Everyone has it, but storm tossed by the stresses of everyday life, it can become difficult to maintain a loving perspective on reality. Anything less can age us and take a toll on our appearance.

A high opinion and love of one’s self is the ultimate aphrodisiac, but by what criteria and through whose eyes does a woman come to see herself as attractive? Beauty ideals are ingrained from birth by culture and by the media. At an even deeper level, Man’s predisposition to think and feel in certain ways that will guarantee his continuance, has always favored breast size. To the male Hominid looking for mating opportunity, large but firm breasts were a reliable indicator of youth and fertility in his unconscious drive to promote himself. This is what makes them erotic, perhaps mixed with a little regression for mother’s breast.

Indeed, the human female is the only primate who develops full breasts long before they are needed to nurse her offspring. Evolutionists characterize them as sexual ornaments, like the fantail of the male peacock. When you think of it, what is the purpose of perennially enlarged breasts other than to signal and entice? It’s only implants that lend them the dubious distinction of being an “anomaly.”

Despite the widespread acceptance of implants, the drawbacks remain at cross purposes. Our mission is to turn out customers secure in their own beauty, comfortable in their own skin, healthier than before. That said, how comfortable can prosthetic breasts be? They are easy to spot, plus there is an inordinately high incidence of regret, for medical as well as aesthetic reasons. They offer immediate gratification, but for all the money, they can lead to even more self-consciousness than insufficient mammary glands.

For most, they become a new and constant source of stress. Common complications are breast pain, capsular contracture, changes in nipple or breast sensation (some women lose feeling, some become intensely sensitive), leaking or rupture. They require more extensive breast cancer screening and interfere with breast feeding. They sag with age and can take on a weird shape. They can become a money pit, especially because they usually need further surgical intervention, do not last forever, and over time need to be replaced.

Indeed, we would all prefer our breast to be out own. The good news is that the potential for breast growth is maintained throughout reproductive life and even thereafter. Mammogenesis begins in puberty and does not reach its full expression until a baby is born, but the cycle of proliferation and differentiation is repeated with each pregnancy—or by taking Natural Woman®  The difference is that the results are permanent.

Natural Woman® can bring your breast to fruition even if things did not happen as they should have during puberty. It reawakens the biological mechanisms in the body that may have been dormant since then (also, small-breastedness may not be the genetically pre-determined condition as once believed, rather the result of toxic chemicals or lack of the necessary nutritional factors at the time);  or even if you have never been pregnant (breast development is not considered complete until a baby is born). It can also restore volume after breast feeding, weight loss and to aging breasts, as well as provide a new opportunity for growth beyond firming up and filling out—with reports of up to three cup sizes.  It has also proven to be effective in boosting implants.

If transgenders routinely report going from flat to a B, from an A to a C, etc.,  using this product, just think how well you as a born female will do!

Over the centuries women have manipulated nature with corsets, bustles, wonder bras and implants. Though men cognitively know the difference, they are hard wired. There is no substitute for the kind of confidence that comes with a woman knowing that at the moment of truth she has the real peacock feathers to back it up!


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“Beauty is simply reality seen with the eyes of love.” 
 - unknown

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