For years, scientists have been studying how odors and subliminal scents—pheromones— influence how animals develop, mate, bond, and nurture their offspring.
More recently, scientists have discovered that human animals are no exception…
… and we’ll show how pheromones, applied to your skin, produce significant, positive mood changes—both in you and the people you interact with—and increase your attractiveness to others.
We humans continuously emit pheromones through our skin to communicate, protect our children, and recognize and connect with each other, on what feels like an “intuitive” level. Pheromones can influence the onset of puberty and synchronize the menstrual cycles of women living together. They help us distinguish lovers and family members from strangers, and they establish a bond between mothers and infants. They influence how the brain develops, what we remember, and how we learn.
Pheromones may even explain why we feel comfortable with some people and have virtually nothing to say to other people; why we’re physically attracted to some people and repulsed by others. On a very basic level, pheromones—or lack of them—influence how we feel about ourselves; whether we’re friendly and optimistic or detached and pessimistic, whether we’re self confident or shy, and whether we’re easy-going or uptight. Pheromones also affect how often we have sex, and with whom.
How do pheromones work?
Pheromones play an important role in determining our moods and motivations, deepest feelings and fears, and dreams and desires, by sending signals to the hypothalamus. Often called the “brain’s brain,” the hypothalamus is the seat of emotional expression and regulates everything from fear and aggression to sex drive.
The mystery of our secret organ
Scientists are discovering that the hypothalamus plays a critical role in receiving pheromones through the vomeronasal organ (VNO) in the nose, and then triggering an emotion or response.
Until recently, the VNO was assumed to be an important organ in animals, but a vestigial organ—leftover from primitive times and no longer needed or functional—in humans. But in 1994, Dr. David Berliner and his colleagues at the University of Utah discovered that 400 human subjects do indeed have a VNO, which, like in animals, detects pheromones and sends messages to the hypothalamus.
The human VNO, a tiny pit located on the divider between the nostrils, ranges in size from 0.1 to 2 millimeters. The opening isn’t always visible to the naked eye, but you might be able to see it by aiming a flashlight toward the front of the nasal cavity. That small, fleshy pit is the opening of the VNO. If you examined the VNO with a microscope, you’d find that the opening leads to a tube lined with columnar cells called pseudostratified columnar epithelium. Interestingly, these cells are not found anywhere else in the body! On the other hand, odors and scents are detected by olfactory epithelium cells within the nasal cavity.
Pheromones are picked up by the VNO, from where they are transmitted to the hypothalamus, reaching the brain in fractions of a second. The pheromonal message then elicits an emotion or response, without our thinking about it.
When synthesized human pheromones are applied to your skin, the chain of events is the same, but very predictable, producing significant, positive mood changes—both in you and the people you interact with.
Enhance your pheromone output
Pheromone molecules waft off your skin and into the air 24 hours a day. But imagine the possibilities if you could enhance your daily pheromone output—so that you could have a more positive outlook and feel like you’re in control of how people react to you—every day. Imagine that the people you interact with are friendly and positive … because they’re responding to your upbeat nature. Imagine that they’re drawn to you because of your body language … the expression on your face … the glow in your eyes.
Sound like a farfetched dream? It’s not. Based on 20 years of scientific research, a cutting-edge, natural health company has produced an exclusive formula of pheromones, clinically tested and proven to get results. It really is possible to enhance your mood and improve your interpersonal relationships just by wearing EroScent™, a fragrance-free pheromone formula.
Use Eroscent and discover these amazing results!
- A revved up sex life
- More dates and romantic relationships
- Increased confidence
- Decrease of “social butterflies”
- More eye contact and interest from the opposite sex
- A rejuvenation of your current relationship
- More passionate lovemaking
- A heightened state of relaxation and ease—especially in social situations
- Increased sense of well-being
- More happiness; optimistic outlook
- Enhanced working relationships
“I put EroScent on under my nose and I just felt a mood elevation. It made me feel giddy. Then we started putting it on people in the office and everybody was in a good mood and had a good day … This was only a half-hour after putting it on! …You could tell that it really worked. Even one person in the office who’s an introvert came over and touched me, which was really different.”
Sheri Lageman, Receptionist
“EroScent works great. My husband was late for an interview and he was wearing a mismatched suit and he walked into his interview and five people approached him telling him how nice his posture was and how nice he looked. The people interviewing him gushed all over him even though he was late. It was pretty funny. He had never even met these people before.”
“Also, I was wearing EroScent today and I was lost. I got out of my car and went up to a group of people and they were more than falling all over themselves to help me find where I was. It makes me feel like it’s springtime and everything is happy. My cats are more attracted to me, too, when I wear it.”
Christine and Rodney Smith.
Elevated mood: Both men and women who describe themselves as depressed report an overall sense of well-being, positivity and energy, when wearing EroScent. Researchers at Pherin Pharmaceuticals, Inc., inspired by the therapeutic benefits of using human pheromones, are now engaged in clinical trials of their use to alleviate panic attacks and mood disorders.
Enhanced working relationships: A journalist researching human pheromones tried EroScent to see for himself what the results were like. “I immediately noticed that the people I work with were looking at me and smiling more than usual. I finally realized that it was me—that I was making more eye contact with them and sending a message of confidence I didn’t normally project.”
Enhanced sexual attractiveness: In a double-blinded study testing the human pheromones in EroScent, 20 women received topically applied pheromones three times a week. The women receiving the pheromones reported a significantly higher rate of sexual contact with men than the control group. A similar study conducted with men had the same results—more sexual contact with women than the men who applied the placebo.
How is EroScent different from other pheromone products?
The pheromone “perfumes” that you see advertised in magazines and newspapers contain androstenone, a pig pheromone from pig saliva. Androstenone works great … if you happen to be a pig! EroScent contains the synthetic version of pheromones produced by human skin. Since we know from a wealth of scientific studies how humans respond to human pheromones, we can predict how EroScent will make you feel.
How do I use EroScent?
To make sure you never waste a drop, EroScent comes in a convenient, roll-on applicator. Simply apply a drop or two directly under your nose, and let the pheromones go to work!
EroScent may just change your life
… whether you’re dreaming of a job promotion, a new romance, better sex, or just more self-confidence, this offer is too good to pass up.
These articles are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Always consult with a physician before embarking on a dietary supplement program.
- S. Takami, M.L. Getchell, Y. Chen, L. Monti0Bloch, D.L. Berliner, L.J. Stensaas, T.V. Getchell, “Vomeronasal Epithelial Cells of the Adult Human Express Neuron-specific Molecules”,NeuroReport 4:375-78, April, 1993
- Kodis, Michelle, Moran, David Ph.D., Houy, Deborah, Love Scents. Dutton, 1998, New York.