The project was designed to reach out via email to women looking for relief from menopause symptoms. Customer avatar is for women 40 to 60 years old, looking for alternative supplementation from other prescription hormone replacement therapies.

Email 1

Subject: The night sweats. The hot flashes! Make them stop …

Dear Mary,

The night sweats were awful. I’d wake up drenched in a pool of my own sweat.

If that was it, maybe I could have survived it. But I wasn’t that lucky.

While I thought night sweats were terrible, they were nothing compared to the hot flashes that seemed to come at the most random times.

I remember when my daughter was performing her first piano solo a few months back. She’d gotten into the college of her dreams, and I was the proud mom in the front row. It was her first concert. I was so proud!

In the middle of her performance, I could feel it coming on. It started rolling up from my feet to my head. The heat building. My face flushing. I thought I was going to die.

I stripped off my sweater without too much distraction. I used the program to fan myself, trying to cool down. I increased the speed, until my husband wrapped his hand around mine, stopping the sound of the crinkling paper. He gave me a look that said: Really? Be quiet, and watch your daughter.

I didn’t make it. I got up and missed the last half of the program. I was so embarrassed at having to leave, I didn’t even try to re-enter.

That’s when I decided it was time to do something about it.

And what I did, worked like a charm. It worked so well, I was at my daughter’s very next performance, smiling from the front row the entire time. (I didn’t have to get up once. And my husband held my hand because he loved me. That’s it!)

It’s not surgery.

It’s not a prescription.

It doesn’t have any of those questionable ingredients you might be trying to avoid.

It’s much simpler than that.

And if it helps you as much as it helped me, you’ll be feeling like your old self in no time.

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Email 2

Subject: The one thing no one wants to tell you about menopause

Hi Mary,

What’s the worst thing about menopause?

Women often talk about night sweats and hot flashes. And while they can truly be miserable, what I’m talking about is something even worse. Something so secret, very few women talk about.

But I found someone who does, and frankly, his advice changed my life.

Sit back and watch this 3-minute video.

He’s a world-renowned doctor who explains why low libido is the number one problem facing menopausal women. And the one thing women can do about it.

This isn’t about surgery or prescriptions.

It isn’t about “waiting” for something to change.

If you want to move past, “Not tonight, I’ve got a headache,” stop right now and watch this video.

You (and your husband) will thank you tomorrow.