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Are there Pheromones in Humans?

Pheromones are produced naturally by your body and secreted through your  pores at many locations of your body.

Unfortunately as we get older our bodies produce less and less pheromones.  You can do several things to help increase Pheromones that are produced naturally. Exercising produces pheromones.  Ever wonder why so many relationships start at gyms? But when we shower after our workout we wash away all  those pheromones. Sweat glands produce pheromones, but the sweat soon starts to degrade and turns into a rancid  smell. We also add deodorants and antiperspirants to cover and block the natural pheromone production.  Pheromones in Humans are contained in all bodily fluids. These bodily fluids are rarely embraced as acceptable,  and we block and wash them away as quickly as they come.

 

PHEROMONES IN HUMANS FRAGRANCES

You can add Pheromones to your body by using a Pheromones fragrance. PHERMALABS cologne and perfume was 
created by replicating the natural human Pheromone scent given off instinctively by men and women to stimulate 
sensual attraction. It is not a rancid smell, it is pleasant smelling. It is based on the 
natural scent given off by the body before it begins to degrade. PHERMALABS cologne and perfume can increase 
pheromone levels that have naturally decreased with age. It can tilt conditions in your favor in attracting a partner too 
you. Try PHERMALABS “ATTRACT MEN”, “ATTRACT WOMEN”, "ATTRACT GAY-MEN" "ATTRACT LESBIAN" to increase your Human Pheromones!

 

Here are the answers to the most commonly asked questions about Pheromones:

 

Q. What are pheromones?

Pheromones are naturally occurring chemicals that send out subconscious scent signals to the opposite sex that trigger very powerful sexual responses.

 

Q. How are pheromones detected?

Pheromone signals are detected through an organ 3 inches inside the nose called the Vomeronasal Organ (VNO). When the VNO detects pheromones, it sends a sexual response signal to the brain.

 

Q. What is VNO?

The VomeronasalOrgan or VNO is the receptor organ of a sensory system involved in chemical communication. Among mammals, sex Pheromones that advertise sexual readiness to potential mates are often, although not necessarily exclusively, detected by the VNO. Odors that are produced by one individual and detected by another of the same species are called "Pheromones" if the process is a real communication with benefit to both individuals. Sexual communication is only one example.

 

Q. How come I haven't heard about human pheromones or this interesting new sense organ before?

Because it's a recent discovery and the media is only beginning to report this scientific advancement! Although you may not have heard of pheromones and the VNO receptor yet, you will, They're fast becoming household words.

 

Q. Is there any evidence to show that Pheromones are effective in attracting women?

There is plenty of evidence. With the advances in science, the evidence that pheromones are effective in attracting women is growing rapidly. 

 

Q. Do we give off pheromones naturally?

Absolutely. We're chemically communicating with each other all the time. That's something many people don't realize.

 

Q. If we produce our own pheromones, why do we need the help of PhermaLabs pheromones?

Because of our cultural habits. What do we do first thing in the morning? Take a shower. It washes off our pheromones! Consequently, we're phenomenally deprived. (Furthermore, we tend to dress from head to toe, thereby covering 90% of the very skin that releases pheromones into the air.)  When we put on pheromones, we're actually replacing pheromones we've washed off.  By supplementing our lost pheromones with  Phermalabs sex pheromones, we're really "getting back to nature" and re-establishing chemical communication with people around us.

 

Q. How do in the body do you apply PhermaLabs cologne or perfume?

PhermaLabs cologne or perfume is best when applied directly on to your skin, spray your entire body right after you shower, specifically making sure you spray the following areas of your body: your pulse points (neck, wrist, behind ears). 

 

Q. How long does PhermaLabs pheromones last?

Our pheromones last approximately 4-8 hours when applied on appropriate spots.

 

Q. What are the benefits of using PhermaLabs human sex pheromones?

-More eye contacts and smiles from the opposite sex 

-You will be found more sexually attractive 

-More dates and sexual intercourse 

-A rejuvenation of your current relationship 

-More passionate lovemaking 

-The opposite sex will feel more relaxed and at ease with you 

-The opposite sex will start up conversation with you 

-Increase your self confidence 

-Same sex will intuitively respect you 

-Better business / employment relationships

Q. How do I order and is it secure?

To order, go to our homepage. Our ordering system is online 24/7 and uses PayPal for all transactions made in our site. Paypal is the safest way to pay online!

 

Q. What are the terms of your 100% Money Back Guarantee?

We are so sure that you will be absolutely thrilled with the results of PhermaLabs pheromones, that we stand behind every order with a 60 Day Money Back Guarantee. We are fully committed to your satisfaction and we well honor you a 100% full money back refund of the purchase price for any reason - NO QUESTIONS ASKED ! Please read more about our 100% Money Back Guarantee.

 

Q. How long does it take to receive my order?

All orders are processed and shipped with in 24 business hours of order placement via United States Postal Service:

First-Class MailYou will receive an e-mail with a tracking number as soon as we ship your order. Please allow 2-3 days to receive your order within the United States.

For International orders shipping cost apply and may take longer since it goes thru customs.

*International Shipping will take longer to arrive, we don't know how long it all depends on your countries customs processing time.

 

Q. Can my Order of PhermaLabs cologne or perfume be shipped out privately?

Absolutely! We understand that your privacy is important to you. We ship all of our products in discrete, plain boxes and envelopes with the return address listed only as “PLOnline” Order and with no identifying markings.

 

Q. Do you ship PhermaLabs pheromones internationally?

Yes, we do ship internationally. We ship with USPS and your order should reach customs in 7-10 business days. Please note that tracking numbers are not provided by USPS for international shipments. A customs form will be filled with "atomizer" as the contents and your order will be shipped carefully in a padded package.  Yes. We have flat rate shipping charge to several countries around the world. When you are ready to purchase a product, simply add it to your cart choose your country where you want the item to be shipped to and place your Zip Code / Postal Code in the space provided.

 

Q. What name will show up on my credit card statement? 

To protect your privacy, you order will simply be shown as "3HOnline" on your credit card statement.

 

Types of Pheromones

Pheromones are chemicals that are naturally produced by the body and are essential for many functions in a number of animals, including humans. There are many different types of pheromones produced by different species. Plants emit pheromones as well, particularly when they are preyed upon which causes plants around them to produce tannins which make them less desirable.

In humans, pheromones are used to promote desirability or to become more attractive to those of the opposite sex. There are many products on the market that contain pheromones which are designed to increase desirability by the opposite sex. Knowing and understanding the different types of pheromones is essential in choosing the right product. Sex pheromones have been studied greatly and their purpose ranges from helping to detect a potential mate to communicating general information about a species.

Types of Human Pheromones

Human pheromones are said to increase sex drive and many products claim to have an aphrodisiac property that will help to promote a higher libido and attract members of the opposite sex. There are four main molecules that make up most pheromone colognes and over the counter products.  These include androstenone, androsterone, androstadienone and androstenol. The different molecules work in different ways to achieve their desired effects. Sexual products for instance that contain higher levels of androstenone tend to work better as attractants for the opposite sex.

Androstenone –Of the four basic molecules, androstenone contains the most potent molecules regarding sexual attraction. This particular pheromone can increase sexual desire in women and can help men to be more attractive to women looking for a potential mate or sexual partner.

Androsterone –Those products that contain androsterone help to make wearers seem more trustworthy and appear more masculine.

Androstadienone –Products that contain androstadienone create feelings of comfort and can help to increase feelings of intimacy. Many married men or those in long term relationships choose products containing higher levels of androstadienone in order to improve their love life and elevate feelings of intimacy with their mates. Androstadienone is also known to help relieve PMS symptoms.

Androstenol – Products that contain androstenol work by making the wearer appear more approachable. Those who typically have difficulties in speaking with women or who are a bit shy find that this particular pheromone helps to minimize awkwardness when meeting women because they make women seem to approach the wearer more easily. The two specific types of molecules that are present in androstenol help to make the wearer a bit more friendly and outgoing, hence making them more approachable by women.

Copulin – Copulin is a female pheromone that when released will cause the testosterone levels in men to increase. Just as male pheromones work to increase attraction and sexual appeal in men, copulin works the same way in women.

Oxytocin – The "love hormone"

 

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