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Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Types and Effects of Pheromones

There are several kinds of human pheromone: Androstenol which makes the wearer seem more approachable and friendly; Androstenone which projects a dominant and aggressive aura and has a strong and sharp smell; Androsterone, creates an aura of protection usually associated with peaceful alpha males; Androstadienone, increases caring feelings and closeness; and Copulins - female pheromones that can increase testosterone levels in men. Some of the lesser known pheromones include Androstadienol and Estratetraenol.

How To Apply Pheromone Products

Here are some basic tips and guidelines for applying pheromone perfumes and colognes:

The most important thing is to carefully read and follow any special application instructions that come with the pheromone product you want to use.

Apply the pheromone product to the pulse point areas of the body. Pulse points (hot spots) are areas where human body produces greater body heat. These include: the wrists, inner part of the elbow, base of the neck at the throat, the hair and scalp, center of the chest, and behind the ears. Women can also apply pheromone perfumes to ankles, thighs, and the backs of the knees.

Consider applying the pheromone products to your clothing instead of your skin. Due to your body heat pheromone perfumes applied to the skin can evaporate very quickly. Furthermore, pheromones applied to the skin can be destroyed by bacteria and get washed away by sweat. Some androstenone-based pheromone products can only be applied on clothing. Keep in mind that the pheromone smell will be on there for a longer period of time, and it may take several washes to come off completely.

Always use the correct amount of pheromones to achieve the results you want and be cautious of the “body odor” effect. Androstenone pheromones have a smell which many women perceive as invasive. Keep in mind that many males can’t detect this smell at all, however most women can smell it very well. Also, try to avoid pheromone build-up. This happens when human skin absorbs so much pheromones from the applications over a period of time - that you notice a significant drop off in pheromone effectiveness. To prevent this - apply products to your clothing.

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