Chances are you heard numerous times for pheromones, and probably even in the context we’re going to talk about today. After all, that context (sexual) is the only context that interests me, and you for sure, otherwise you wouldn’t be on this website 😉
But before we dive into science behind that, let me tell you briefly how sensitive olfaction (sense of smell) is. There was a study where they were researching empathy through sense of smell, where researchers believed that if men smell tears of sadness (different types of tears are chemically different, i.e. tears of joy and tears of sadness are chemically different and our brain knows the difference) that will create empathy. So they had women watch a sad movie scene, collected their tears and gave men to smell that fluid, while they didn’t have any idea what is that liquid that they smell. However, in standard lab tests those tears didn’t elicit empathy, but they did reduce men’s testosterone level and sexual arousal. So what can you conclude from this study (that also answered do pheromones work), besides that you shouldn’t smell tears of sadness?
Well, I like to look at it this way. If there is something “bad” that can make us lose interest in sex, there has to be something “good” that will make us gain more interest in sex.
There are airborne molecules that “trigger” certain reaction in members of the same species, and we call them PHEROMONES. Even if you never heard for pheromones, you did hear for the most famous pheromone – aphrodisiac!
What are pheromones?
Pheromones are chemical molecules that trigger some type of a social response in members of the same species. You can notice that I’m talking in general and I’m writing “species” not “humans”, and that’s because pheromones are not unique for our specie, far from that, it’s believed that every living organism uses some type of pheromones to “communicate” with other members of their specie. There are many different types of pheromones, like food trail pheromones, alarm pheromones, sex pheromones, and many more. We, however, are usually interested only in sex pheromones.
Sex pheromones are released (by us) to attract other humans and encourage them to mate with us or perform some other function closely related with sexual reproduction. Shortly put, more pheromones you release, more likely you’ll have sex.
Bad news is that we can’t increase production of pheromones just by wishing that, but the good news is that we can use synthetic pheromones for men!
The best pheromones (cologne and perfume) for men
When we talk about synthetic pheromones, it’s important to distinguish two types off pheromones.
- Oil based – I personally didn’t find any oil based pheromone that I can recommend to my friends, so I won’t recommend it to you. I will say that I don’t have any scientific claims that this doesn’t work, but it didn’t work for me so I’m staying away from them.
- Spray cologne – this golden nugget works for me like a charm every time I use it. At this moment I can recommend only one product, but I am testing some other so I will update them once I have some results I can share with you.
So this is the product I’m using with great results, so if you’re interested in trying it, click on the picture, and decide for yourself. They also offer money back guarantee, so I think that’s great as well.