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  • No7 shows that ageing shouldn’t be a challenge
  • No7 shows that ageing shouldn’t be a challenge
    Mother London (2018) ©
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No7 shows that ageing shouldn’t be a challenge

Mother’s ad for No7 features champion surfer Lisa Andersen, who shifts focus away from aging and onto the other impressive challenges she faces in daily life. As people call for the reframing of aging in advertising, No7 is challenging the idea that aging is a battle women should fight against.

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