Happy Friday, Love Scent fans!
This week, we’re going to take a look at a question that comes up a lot when discussing pheromones with customers: are sexual pheromones better than social pheromones?
Before we begin, a quick refresher: pheromones fall (broadly) into two groups: “sex pheromones” and “social pheromones.” The sex pheromones, which include AndrosteNONE, AndrosteRONE, and copulins, generally stimulate someone’s sexual arousal, interest, or desire; the social pheromones, such as AndrosteNOL, generally work to elevate someone’s mood and make them more sociable and friendly. We say “generally” because an individual person’s sensitivity to a particular pheromone might not be the same as someone else’s, so a pheromone that works exactly as intended on one person might have a very different effect on another person.
It’s important to understand that there is some overlap in the effects of sex pheromones and social pheromones. Sex pheromones and social pheromones can both improve self-confidence, for example, and both can increase energy and focus. But sex pheromones are typically more effective at direct sexual attraction, which is why they are categorized the way they are.
There are also some pheromones, such as AndrostaDIENONE and Estratetraenol, whose effects fall somewhere between the sexual and the social. These don’t just stimulate someone’s sexual or romantic interest, but also affect their other emotions and mood in other, non-sexual ways. These pheromones tend to be more popular among couples or people interested in establishing a committed relationship.
So, back to the question at hand: are social or sexual pheromones “better?” The answer, as is often the case with pheromones, is probably more complicated than people expect! Let’s take a look at why.
The biggest question you need to ask yourself when choosing between a sexual and social pheromone: what do you want the pheromone to do for you? Many people interested in pheromones want them to improve their sex or romantic lives, but a lot of people don’t consider the many ways that those parts of their lives can be improved. For example, if your long-term partner hasn’t been interested in sex for a while, the answer might not be to just apply some sex pheromones to increase their desire; there might be something else, such as stress or anxiety about something outside the relationship, that is having a bigger effect on their sexual appetite. In that case, a strong sex pheromone might not have the effect you’re looking for, and might actually increase the agitation that caused the problem to begin with–but a social or romantic pheromone could soothe away the anxiety and stress and help them feel more interested in sex.
Another example: maybe you’ve noticed that people are flirtatious with you and definitely seem interested in you sexually, but you struggle to get dates with people or get to know them better. In this case, it’s possible that people are already very attracted to you sexually but are intimidated by other aspects of your personality–a common issue for people with naturally high levels of sex pheromones. In this case, adding more strong sex pheromones might just make people more intimidated rather than encourage them to approach you, but a social pheromone could give you a more approachable aura and allow people to feel comfortable getting to know you.
Basically, the question of what you want pheromones to do for you might in itself be more complicated than you first realize. You’ll want to make sure you’ve correctly identified the issue you want resolved before assuming that a particular type of pheromone would be the better choice for you.
In the end, the most important thing when assessing any pheromone is to keep an open mind. There are a lot of factors at work in a pheromones’ success, some of which (such as other people’s stress levels or personal tastes) won’t always be in your control, and sometimes the right pheromone for the job is not the first pheromone that comes to mind.
So what is the answer, then, to the question of whether sexual or social pheromones are better? As you can see, the answer is…it depends. Maybe sex pheromones are exactly what you need, or maybe social pheromones are exactly what you need, or maybe you need a mix of both. It all depends on you, what you want the pheromones to do for you, and which pheromone will best meet your needs–which is sometimes not the pheromone you would expect!
If you’re ever not sure which type of pheromone would be the best for you, you can always get in touch with us. We’re happy to hear more about your particular situation and give you the best advice we can. And remember, we have a money-back guarantee on all products, which allows you to experiment with different pheromones until you find the right one for you.
Once you’ve thought about the different options and decided which type of pheromone would be best for you, it’s time to choose a product to experiment with. Here are our top recommendations for each type:
1. Mistress Pheromones for Women (starting at $9.95)
Mistress is a women’s pheromone perfume that contains copulins and Estratetraenol. This pheromone combo works extremely well to stimulate straight men’s sexual desire; gay and bisexual women will also appreciate Estratetraenol’s strong effect on women who are attracted to women. The formula includes a floral-and-herbal cover fragrance and is worn wherever you normally wear perfume.
2. Alpha-7 Pheromones (starting at $14.95)
Alpha-7 is our most popular sex pheromone formula. It contains a blend of AndrosteNONE and AndrosteRONE, which results in a balanced final product that increases sexual desirability and improves confidence. This is a very potent formula, and we recommend no more than 1 or 2 drops to the pulse points.
1. Love Scent Pheromone Oils ($9.95)
The Love Scent Pheromone Oils are scented, AndrosteNOL–infused oils that elevate the mood, reduce stress, and generally make interactions easier. They come in five fragrances–Woodland, Citrus, Musk, Smoky Amber, and Honeysuckle–and are worn wherever you normally wear perfume or cologne. They can be worn alone or in combination with other unscented pheromones.
A 3.7 ml bottle of one of the Love Scent Pheromone Oils is $9.95. Order a bottle or two today!
2. Liquid Trust ($29.95)
Liquid Trust is our most popular social formula. It contains a social hormone that can reduce stress and anxiety, make you more sociable, alleviate tension, and more. It can be worn by itself or in combination with other pheromones. Apply 1-2 sprays to the pulse points and neck.
A 7.5 ml spray bottle of Liquid Trust is $29.95. Order now!
SEXUAL/SOCIAL PHEROMONE COMBOS
1. Chikara Pheromones for Men (starting at $7.95)
Chikara is our most popular men’s product. It contains a combination of sexual and social pheromones, including AndrosteNONE, AndrosteRONE, AndrostaDIENONE, and AndrosteNOL, which creates a well-rounded and versatile pheromone that most men find works extremely well. Apply 1-2 sprays to the pulse points, and wear either by itself or in combination with another pheromone.
Chikara is available in a scented cologne and an unscented spray. The cologne is available in a ml Chikara Mini for $14.95, or a 15 ml spray bottle for $59.95. The unscented spray is available in a 15 ml bottle for for $59.95. Try it today!
2. New Pheromone Additive ($44.95-$54.95)
Available in an unscented men’s formula and an unscented women’s formula, the New Pheromone Additive includes a combination of sexual and social pheromones to help you cover all your bases. It’s a nicely balanced product that is equally popular with pheromone newbies and pros, and should be combined with your favorite cover fragrance and applied to the pulse points.
There you have it, Love Scent fans! We hope you feel better prepared to choose between sexual and social pheromones now. And remember, if you have any lingering questions or still aren’t sure which would be the best choice for you, we’re always here to help!
What about you, readers? Do you prefer sex pheromones, social pheromones, or a combination of both? Tell us about it in the comments! You can also contact us directly with your comments, questions, and concerns. And be sure to subscribe to our newsletter to be the first to hear about blog posts, new products, exclusive promotions, and more!
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