HOW DO PHEROMONES WORK?
The perfumes with pheromones work
There is always a constant doubt in the population about if it is true that pheromones work and act directly in the sexual activity. The scientific answer is yes, the perfumes with pheromones do work. The pheromones that we segregate work provoking the desired and expected effects. Also, many renewed perfumes also use synthetic pheromones to make you feel drawn by their scents.
How do pheromones work?
Pheromones are captured by the vomeronasal organ (VNO) that is located inside of our nose. It was scientifically discovered in 1703 and is connected through nerves to the hypothalamus (the brain’s part that produces the emotions and sexual desire). Later, was proved that the VNO was the receiver of pheromones and even controlled such emotions as fear or sexual desire.
Phiero has a formula designed specifically to act directly in the VNO, emitting an immediate sign that will be received and taken to the brain.
How is the scent recieved?
The pheromones’ scent is captured through the nostrils until it gets into the vomeronasal organ that takes the signal to the hypothalamus, which reacts creating a receptive response immediately. The pheromones are chemical substances that we segregate naturally and after perceiving someone else’s the sexual instincts are triggered. The smell is very important in this process, therefore, many times someone might look strongly attractive to us without finding a successful response about the reason, or we can associate particular scents with persons or unique sexual situations
Why people produces pheromones?
The sweat glands have the task of produce and secrete pheromones in the human body. This means that every time a person sweats, gives off a small amount of this pheromones, which at the same time make us more attractive and gaudy for the opposite sex.
Pheromones are Chemical substances that work in the human body naturally. Our body secretes them aiming to trigger sexual responses. Pheromones has always existed but were scientifically discovered in 1703 and later it could be demonstrated that the vomeronasal organ was their receptor, apart from being in charge of controlling sensations related to fear or sexual desire.
Contradictory, this scents that make us more attractive and desirable for people that feels attracting for our sex, are diary eliminated when we bath or wash. Also, it has to be accounted that as the time passes by, the natural production of the pheromones in our bodies decreases substantially, reaching a critic point between the 20 and 40 years old.
Scientific name: estra-1,3,5(10),16-tetraen-3-ol
Definition: Chemical produced by human beings that has proven to have similar behavior as the primates and human’s pheromones. It derives from the branch of the sexual hormone estradiol, is an estrogen that doesn’t have estrogenic effects known. Social recognition suggest that Estratetraenol works as socially stimulating pheromone that can energize and appease at the same time.
Effects: Pheromone that generates sexually intense responses. Also provokes a relaxing feeling and pleasing sensations. Encourages kindness among the ones around you.
Scientific name: alquilo solide 3α-hidroxi-5α-hung - 17 - uno
Definition: The androsterone is an intermediate product within the synthesis of human androgynous. It is an androgen, a sexual hormone naturally produced by the men. Perception is a genetic matter, therefor exist persons inclined to feel more attracted to some kind of pheromones than for others.
Effects: Creates a dominant status and makes people around treat you with more respect and kindness.
Scientific name: Androsta-4,16,DIEN-3-ONE
Definition: It is a metabolite from the sex’s testosterone. Has been discovered that has a very significant role in the mood of heterosexual women and homosexual men, although it doesn’t alters the behavior openly.
Effects : Creates cozy and comfortable situations reducing the nervousness and tempering the tension. It doesn’t alters the behavior openly but affects directly the people’s attention on the bearer. Stimulates the Vomeronasal organ.
Scientific name: Androsta-16-EN-3-OL
Definition: pheromone that possess a similar scent to musk. It’s found in the sweat glands in humans and is secreted by the adrenal gland in the human’s systemic circulation. Its androgenic activity is minimal.
Effects: Human pheromone of androgenic origin responsible of empathy and communication.