How Do Perfume Pheromones Affect Us?
We all enjoy different types of scents and associate them with a variety of things, for example, we often link lavender to relaxation. Many use perfume in different ways to enhance the smell of a room, clothes and even our body. Perfume is extracted from plants and flowers and it triggers different senses to induce a mood or state of mind. Plants also carry pheromones, which are transported in the perfumes and to our senses to bring about the desired reaction.
Insects, animals and plants mostly use to attract the opposite sex and this is not very different in human beings. People use perfume in order to smell better, be liked or be attractive for their partner. We often see commercials where a perfume or new scent is being marketed as irresistible to the opposite sex when used; technically however, it is the perfume that make it happen.
Pheromones are chemicals released by a living organism to attract the opposite sex and it exists naturally in perfumes from the plant extract from which the scent is made. You will find that some perfume are stronger then the others and thus, you may like a perfume on your partner better than the other, it is purely a matter of preference in smell.
How to Choose the Right Perfume for You
You will find perfume in every bottle; the only thing you need to decide is which type of scent you like or which one your partner enjoys most. Some people are allergic to strong perfume especially if they have allergies to flower pollen. If your partner if allergic to perfume you can still get perfume to make yourself attractive by using scented lotion in a scent that he or she enjoys.
Lotions carry very little amount of perfume
in them but because one usually applies it right after showering it enters the pores while they are still open and therefore the scent will stay on longer even if it does not smell stronger.
Use Layering for Long Lasting Scent
Many people have trouble holding a perfume on their skin for long periods of time and half way through an evening they need to refresh the scent. You can do so in two ways; either carry a purse size perfume or use layering to hold down a scent. Layering is done by applying the perfume lotion first on the body as soon as you step out of the shower and then spray the perfume on the pulse points; this should last you for at least eight hours. Also choose perfume and not eau de toilette because the former is stronger and thus longer lasting. Enjoy the perfume pheromones!