Do you have the secret ingredient that attracts strangers dates or long time lovers to you? If you do, then it might be more than just your good looks and great personality. Your sexual magnetism could well be the way you smell, otherwise known as your pheromones.
Pheromones are nature’s way of sending sex signals, secreted in human sweat, especially where we have hair follicles on our scalp, under our arms and around the genitals. Our personal pheromones are the chemistry referred to as “animal attraction” or “sexual chemistry.”
In the Old West, cowboys would place their scarves between their legs and then wear the sweaty, musky aroma scarf around their neck to attract women.
We send subconscious signals through our pheromones, which travel in the air to the opposite sex’s nasal cavity through the vomeronasal organ (VNO). These pheromones affect our biological processes by heightening sexual desire.
The national TV show 20/20 aired a segment on this controversial topic and did experiments with two sets of identical twins with one twin from each set applying pheromones to their neck and wrists before going out to a speed-dating club. By the end of the night, the twins wearing the pheromones got 10 out of 10 phone numbers they wanted from prospective dates with the opposite sex. The other twins weren’t so popular or lucky. Then the show demonstrated that pheromones can work just as well for the older generation and asked two single women in their forties to adorn themselves with pheromones every day. By the end of the experiment, both women were convinced of the power of pheromones, confessing that they had been more successful in attracting men than before they used pheromones.
So you be the judge as to whether you need to buy some artificial pheromones to intensify your sexual magnetism or if your own pheromones are powerful enough.