As we search for new and improved ways to improve our libido and intimacy, many people are often looking for a quick fix. That often includes a fragrance or scent, just like peoples expectations that a skin cream can turn back the clock and resolve wrinkles, blotches and other skin changes that have occurred because of age, the environment or the sun.
In our quest for immortality, at least in the bedroom, one area of research that continues to be maligned, relates to human pheromones. Those who are familiar with the various studies have concluded that humans, like their lower mammal cousins, also have pheromones that can impart impressions and cause feelings in the opposite sex. Others, who refuse to accept the plethora of evidence, simply say it isn't pheromones, but a chemical mixture of bacteria, enzymes, proteins and other items in our sweat.
The difference is that this chemical cocktail, when smelled, induces feelings of amorousness. It lowers our inhibitions and improves our feelings of security, intimacy and openness. These and other feelings, often induce our feel-good hormones to be secreted, which in turn accelerates our desires and attraction. It's all good and yet, it often scares the nay-sayers because it is very hard, or was very hard to measure.
yet another research study was issued that supports the principal that specific pheromones attracts specific types, which are more compatible for that individual.