A pheromone (from Greek φέρω phero “to bear” + hormone from Greek ὁρμή – “impetus”) is a secreted or excreted chemical factor that triggers a social response in members of the same species. Pheromones are chemicals capable of acting outside the body of the secreting individual to impact the behavior of the receiving individual.
Have you ever been out at the club, and you look at a guy and before even asking his name, or opening your mouth to say hello, you think, “I am going to sleep with him.” I think most people make up their minds about somebody, if they are going to sleep with them or not, the first time they lay eyes on them. That’s why that sly grin just appeared on his face, as your eyes linger on eachother through the club. Yes, I think physical appearance plays a role, and personality as well. But sometimes we find ourselves magnetically attracted to someone. Something that we can’t control. And that my friends, is phermones. I hate going to the gym and smelling the guy next to me sweating. But when you’re rolling around in bed smelling “his stink” it’s a different smell, and you are attracted to it.
Have you ever stood next to a lady at the counter who wore rancid perfume that smelled like your dead grandma? Immediate turn off! Something as simple as the smell of vanilla can especially trigger sexual arousal. They say baby powder is a stimulant, but I despise the smell. So I guess that everybody is different in what is attractive to them. If you wear an unconventional perfume, that might be the strange scent that attracts “him.”Don’t wear cheap perfume ladies.
One fragrance or sexual attractant made up of 17 different scents has the property of a phermone. To be consistent the agent must have high quality scents to be a consistent sexual attractant. The scents have to be chosen carefully
and kept in the correct ratios. The results over a period of time have been outstanding. The idea is that not one scent can be identified In fact knock off perfumers have tried to duplicate this product without success because of its complicated makeup. In addition the multi scented fragrance has powerful pheromones added to it making it more powerful than just pure pheromones alone.
I use to wear “Jadore” and often found men sniffing me trying to figure out my perfume. I wear different perfumes depending on the what I am doing. When I have a hot date, I wear a stronger perfume like Versacce Crystal, or Ja Dore. I actually call Ja Dore my “Whore perfume.” When I work at the club, my interest is to attract men, and I wear sexy scents like Cool Waters or Michael Kors. During the day I like to keep casual and wear lighter scents like Issey Miyaki or Sugar by Fresh.
Many mainstream perfumes are designed to smell appealing to the wearer, but make poor attractants. The key is to wear a fragrance that “he/she” is not use to. An unknown scent will keep them coming back to try to identify it, however with each sniff, the scent changes, making it hard for them to pinpoint, a mystery they find attractive. Here is one test to determine if a fragrance has sexual attractant properties. Place a small amount of the fragrance on your wrist and smell it. Then extend your hand completely away from your nose. Then bring it back to your nose and smell it again. Do this several times. If the aroma smells different but at the same time is pleasant you may have a powerful sexual attractant.
The men’s cologne which usually increases a woman’s vaginal blood flow is a natural fresh scent, other scents actually decreased a woman’s sexual response. What women found most appealing were very light scents, such as ocean breeze, kiwi, or a combination of baby powder and chocolate. The smell of a mans clean skin with a little sweat, combined with fresh fruity scents, was the strongest stimulant for women. Hirsch’s research also found that men’s penile blood flow increased up to forty percent from the scent of cinnamon buns, roast meat, cheese pizza, chocolate, vanilla or peppermint.” Scientific studies show that they do know that scents stimulate, however, I believe everyone is different as to what scents are attractive to us, and that is what makes certain people attractive to certain people. If the scent of strawberry pie can stimulate me, why can’t his “stink” stimulate me either way?
There are 3 stages of a relationship that change by the chemicals your body gives out.
Stage 1 – lust – ruled by testosterone and estrogen (the sexual hormones)
Stage 2 – attraction – controlled by dopamine, norepinephrine, and serotonin (those feel-good compounds)
Stage 3 – attachment – initiated by oxytocin (aka: the hormone thought to create the bond between mother and child; known to play a role in trust, empathy and generosity)
I would suggest a potential 4th stage – jealousy – which has recently been linked to oxytocin as well. And a potential 5th stage – infidelity – which has been linked to a genetic allele in some studies, and has also been linked to high levels of the hormone estradiol in women.
It’s worth it to buy that one bottle of $100 perfume.
Some of the best phermone colognes and perfumes out there:
for men: Alpha 7, Chikara, Edge Men’s, Nexus
for women: Pheromax, Primal Instinct, Scent of Eros