Pheromones are natural chemicals produced by the body, they are used to subconsciously send communicational signals with others around you. Scientists from the universities of Colorado and Utah have found that human pheromones are detected through the vomeronasal organ (VNO) in the nose. The VNO functions as the distinct sensory organ that detects human pheromones. Naturally the human body produces pheromones through sweat. These pheromone molecules when sensed by women subconsciously trigger an undeniable emotional response in the woman’s brain. That response arouses women, it draws their attention and brings sexual emotions and desire. Pheromones can also break the ice between two people allowing women to approach men more easily.
The amazing effects of pheromones were first discovered by Dr. David Berliner while working at University of Utah with natural compounds produced by the human skin. After that many studies have been performed to research and better understand pheromones. Some important ones were performed by the University of Chicago, where researchers establish the first scientific proof for human pheromones. Another important study was performed by the University of California Berkeley where scientists discovered that the pheromone molecule Androstadienone causes hormonal as well as physiological changes in women. To read more about how pheromones work, check out the pheromone studies page where you can find links to more than fifteen different pheromone studies.
When you wear pheromone colognes you may notice small behavioral changes and indicators of interest from people exposed to them. We call these indicators of interest ‘hits’ and they can be classified in two categories: simple and blatant.
Simple ‘hits’ are: More looks, more smiles, more compliments, people showing proximity, increased conversations, inviting body language. Blatant hits are: Woman just staring at you, woman hover around you, woman touching you, flirt and sexy talk, sexual interest in you.