Monday, 28 November 2011

Pheromone Colognes


There is nothing like the feeling of raw human attraction and although the feeling comes as a mystery to most of us, scientific investigation may have uncovered part of the root of the enigma. Humans, as well as other animal species, have been found to secrete silent chemical communicators that are believed to cause other members of the same species to behave in a specific way. These chemicals called pheromones which are not only believed to be a contributor in sexual attraction but are also contributors to aggression, socialization, and contentment.

Since the discovery of pheromones and their subsequent effects, humans have been trying to harness their power to be used as an aphrodisiac and those efforts have proven successful for many. Since the 1970s companies have been marketing synthetic pheromones in the form of colognes and perfumes designed to attract and enthrall the opposite sex. Today many companies have developed and produced numerous pheromone formulas that enhance ones animal magnetism. Pheromones are currently in many popular perfumes, colognes, shower gels and even deodorant and hair gel!
 

Because pheromones are sex specific and each produce unique effects, the synthetic chemical content of pheromone cologne
differs. Some may contain androstenone that is found in both men and women but is more predominantly male. These formulas give the wearer a dominant, aggressive, and slightly intimidating aura that drives sexual attraction and enhances others respectful actions. 

Other
pheromone colognes contain synthetic versions of androsterone, which is also more masculine. Androsterone is much like androstenone except that it creates an aura of safety rather than aggressiveness, which causes females to gravitate toward protective male figures. Copulins are another pheromone that increases testosterone production in men. Warn by males or females it increases the sex drive and masculinity of any male in close proximity to the biochemical scent. 

Androstenol also can be used by men and women and is considered to be the producer of comforting interactions. In social situations or on the dating scene, this pheromone creates an aura of approachability that stimulates conversation and feelings of romance. It also promotes attraction, playfulness, and feelings of sexual vitality. Those wearing androstenol tend to come alive and get noticed at group functions.

Specifically in the women’s arena, estratetraenol creates a unique aura of feminine sensuality that compels others to treat the wearer with gentility and kindness. Naturally produced only in women, it draws interest, softens mood, and evokes friendliness in everyone around you. Other women who are unapproachable suddenly become warm and caring, and men feel overcome with a soothing urge to hold and caress the female emitting the chemical.

Many pheromone scents on the market mix a number of these sensual chemicals to create the desired effect of increased sexual attraction. Although some formulas are designed specifically for men or women, others are concocted to form a unisex chemical response that focuses more on increasing sociability and comfort rather than sex drive in general.
 

Men and women all over the world have been benefiting from the use of synthetic pheromones for over three decades and today their availability is ever increasing. Whether you’re unattached or in a relationship, pheromone cologne
and perfume can help to enhance your natural desirability, boost your sex life, and create sparks like you’ve never felt before.

1 comment:

  1. At long last, a thing just like this emerged. I might like to try if perhaps this will be able to give me good fortune in love.

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