The BBC.com recently posted an article on the latest findings on human pheremones.
“The idea that human pheromones influence our chances of sex and love permeates pop culture. It means some people are even willing to buy perfumes called ‘love potions’. Some contain androstenone – the most potent of all sexual attractants – which its sellers claim increases the libido of women while simultaneously making men more attractive. Androstenol, meanwhile, is promised to make you seem more approachable to the opposite sex. Other pheromones are sold as “icebreakers”, masculinity boosters, and chemical comforters during sexual intimacy.
“So, does the science actually show that pheromones transform our prospects of sex? Is love literally in the air, or do humans just smell?”
Read the entire article here:
thanks to Soror Hypatia for the tip!