Do Pheromones Work?
Pheromones : The Art of Human Attraction for Men and Women

There are actually very compelling studies which have shown that when a "pheromone cologne" was
applied to a man, a woman would actually find herself more attracted to him, but on a subconscious level,
unbeknownst to her as to the exact reason why.  
Same goes for women, when they applied pheromones to
their skin,
they found they got more attention from men.  The pheromone formula you’ll read about below
exploits this powerful natural attractant.

Human Euphoria natural human pheromone colognes and perfumes makes pheromone formulas you
may want to take a gander at, for both men and women, and each are a real, unique scent that each of us
and many other mammals gives off in order to attract the opposite sex.

And can even help make it a bit easier for them to approach you - it’s what
we’ve all experienced when we  
the power of “magnetic” sexual attraction
.  The perfumes and colognes smell wonderful too.  

It's like the saying goes "sometimes you feel lucky and get lucky, sometimes you know the night is going to
be fruitless".  Have you ever had nights where you look pretty much the same, but it just seems the
opposite sex is noticing you so much more than they usually do?  

Chances are, you don't even know it, but your body is producing more pheromones than usual.  It happens
to women during various times of the month, and men are likely to mimic some sort of seasonal cycle as
well, that's why sometimes you're feeling it and sometimes you're not.
 It is pheromones at work, it's what
attracts animal to animal and human to human.  

The Scientifically Proven Effects of Pheromones in Your Life and Others

There have been multiple studies done where both men and women exposed to pheromones reported that
they felt noticeably more self-confident, more attractive, and romantic than they would normally feel.  In past
testing of pheromone effectiveness, it has been found that roughly 74% of test subjects experienced an
"increase in hugging, kissing, and sexual intercourse."

Another interesting and compelling piece of evidence that pheromones affect us on a deep sexual and
attraction level is that
foods that have been known for centuries to have aphrodisiac qualities, like
truffles and oysters, have recently been discovered to chemically mimic and correspond to the same
chemicals in pheromones
.  Interesting, huh?

In fact, ABC News conducted their own little experiment for a piece they did on human pheromones to see if
they really work. They took a set of female identical twins, and applied a
pheromone oil cologne to one twin
while applying just a witch hazel solution to the other.

The results of this little experiment were pretty amazing.  About 30 men approached the twin who was
wearing the pheromones while only 11 men approached the sister wearing witch hazel. In this experiment,
the use of pheromones applied topically almost tripled the approach of the opposite sex, adding convincing
evidence to the argument that pheromones work on people.

The effectiveness of pheromones is actually well documented by other TV shows and documentaries as
Sex and the Power of Smell -ABC News
Pheromones: Participants in your Sex Life -CNN
Signs of
Elusive Pheromones Working in Humans -NY Times
The Science Of Sex: What is it... -The Scientist
There is something that makes us all human and attracted to one another through
forces that we cannot necessarily explain all the time,
called the human pheromone,
actually draw the opposite sex - women, men or one another.
Pheromones for Attraction Used to Be Just a Theory....

The theory of pheromone attraction is basically that there are
undetectable "smells” if you will that are sensed by the opposite sex that
you naturally put off. This effect was found to be intensified when test
subjects actually applied
solutions with human pheromones (both men
and women) in them to their skin.  

Test subjects would report back that they noticed a
improvement in the attention and attraction from others
they received
while they had the pheromones applied to their skin, versus when they
did not have the pheromones applied to their skin.