Taking note of a slew of pheromone-touting products on the market, the study authors explain that the "selling and marketing of these fragrance materials as pheromonal products are not based upon valid information." However, they say, human body odors do indeed house mood- and endocrine-function-affecting substances that, if isolated, could "affect changes in human physiology and behavior."
— From Pheromone-Touting Fragrances Don't Work ... Yet at Perfumer & Flavorist. The article summarizes the conclusions of a white paper published by Sense of Smell Institute.
Shhh! Don’t tell Dial! lol
HA, they don’t care so long as their customers don’t find out
I think they’re safe. I’m not so sure everyone is going to forgo showering if it means attracting a mate. (But then, I don’t care about these things, so what do I know?)
Meant to write “EVEN if it means attracting a mate.” I need to fire my editor…
Meant to write “EVEN if it means attracting a mate.” I need to fire my proofreader…
Case in point.