Just as animals use scents to attract the opposite sex, we humans
release pheromones and respond to the pheromones released by other
people. Pheromones are naturally occurring chemicals in animals and
humans which attract the opposite sex elicit sexual behaviour.
fragrances, which are detected by the Olfactory
Glands in the nose, Pheromones are detected by the Vomeronasal Organ or VNO. The VNO is located in the
Nasal Pit directly under the nose. When the VNO receives a pheromone
signal it sends a message to the brain that stimulates the body and
creates a subconscious increase in sexual desire.
Pheromones are a natural
aphrodisiac now produced commercially using a process of isolation and synthesis
of unique pheromone compounds which are then mixed with essential
oils to create a smell that attracts the opposite sex. If you have
the desire and don't think you are producing enough of your own
pheromones and want to be approached more often,
you can buy
pheromone perfume to help feel more
confident and sexy.
be worn just as you would wear any perfume. Apply
them to your neck, forearms or any other part of your
body. They can be worn anytime you are interested in
getting attention from the opposite sex or even just
to feel the power of being noticed and attracting
others. They can be used on a daily basis to gain an
edge in business, school or any social event.
Please note that pheromones are not a guarantee that you will instantly attract
a mate, however they are another useful element to help you look and feel
confident and attractive.
Apply your pheromone perfume before dressing but after your shower. Spray one squirt into the
air and stand under the spray letting the micro droplets settle over your entire
skin. This way you will feel refreshed, sexy and scented all over and not just in one
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