Copulins: An Overview

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Greetings, Love Scent fans!

First of all, we’d like to update you on this week’s Weekly Special: Primal Women!

Primal Women

Primal Women contains a mix of the social pheromone AndrosteNOL and the female sex pheromones known as copulins. It is one of our most popular products for women, and is even popular among a lot of male pheromone fans due to its confidence-boosting, libido-stimulating self-effects. It is currently on sale for $35.95. These Weekly Specials only last 7 days, so order a bottle today!

Second, we’d like to talk more about one of Primal Women’s key ingredients: copulins. As we said, these are female sex pheromones, and they are a common ingredient in women’s pheromone formulas that are designed to enhance a woman’s sex appeal. Let’s learn more about them, and how to try them!

 

WHO CAN USE COPULINS?

As you probably know, most pheromones are produced by people of all genders. Copulins, on the other hand, are produced only in the female reproductive tract. They are acidic compounds that are produced throughout the month, and at the highest levels during ovulation. In the animal kingdom, copulins serve a very specific purpose: allowing females to signal to males that they are ovulating and ready to mate. The word “copulin” is related to the word “copulate”–in other words, to mate.

Does this mean that only cisgender women should use copulins? Not necessarily! Copulins have strong emotional and physical effects on cisgender men, and many men like to use copulins solely for these self-effects. Copulins can make men more interested in, and attracted to, women. They can also increase men’s testosterone levels and boost their confidence and cooperation.

For women who are interested in men, these effects make copulins an excellent choice for attracting a male partner–whether he’s a new partner or someone you have been with for years. For men, these effects can help improve self-esteem and interest in sex, which are valuable assets in most men’s romantic and sex lives.

(One thing to note: if you are a woman who is interested in women, copulins may not be the best choice for you. While gay and bisexual women have had good luck with copulins, the female pheromone Estratetraenol has more documented success.)

So, in short, copulins are best suited to two types of people:

  • Women who are interested in sexually attracting men
  • Straight men who want to feel more attractive, and be more attracted to, women

If you fall into one of these groups, keep reading! We have some advice on how to incorporate copulins into your pheromone collection.

 

HOW DO YOU USE COPULINS?

If you have ever smelled pure copulins, you know that they don’t smell very good on their own. Some people describe the smell as rotten, acidic, or sickeningly sweet. You can’t change a pheromone’s natural smell, but you can conceal it with cover scents. Some copulin-based products already have a scent added. If they don’t, you’ll need to add one.

If you need a cover fragrance for your unscented copulins, you can choose virtually anything you like. Just make sure it’s strong enough to mask the natural smell! You can use your favorite fragrance, scented pheromone, essential oil, or even a baking extract like vanilla. Some products have a low enough concentration of copulins that the smell isn’t overwhelming, but most people will will still be able to detect it. Use your best judgement, and the feedback from those around you, when deciding whether to use a cover fragrance.

If you’re using a pure copulin concentrate, you’ll also need to dilute the copulins heavily. You can dilute them in another pheromone product or in a cover fragrance. We generally recommend 1 drop of copulin concentrate per several milliliters of fragrance or scented pheromone.

You can wear copulins without any other pheromones, or as part of a blend. Many people like to combine copulins with a social pheromone to cover all their bases. For women, this type of combination boosts their sex appeal while keeping them approachable. For straight men, it’s a great confidence booster before a date.

Women can also combine copulins with other sex pheromones. The copulin-Estratetraenol combo, for example, increases sex appeal while also fostering an emotional bond.

As you can see, there are plenty of ways to use copulins. Use them to turn your favorite perfume into a potent sex attractant. Or, use them to add a sexual element to a social pheromone blend. Men can add them to a cologne to make a confidence-boosting elixir. If you’re looking for a powerful sex pheromone, copulins are a great choice!

Now, let’s take a look at how to add copulins to your pheromone collection!

 

WHAT PRODUCTS CONTAIN COPULINS?

If you’d like to add copulins to your pheromone collection, you have a variety of choices! Those choices are:

Primal Women

1. Primal Women (starting at $9.95)

Primal Women is one of our most popular formulas. It is an unscented product, but its relatively low concentration of copulins makes it easy to mask their natural smell. A small amount of perfume, or a scented social pheromone like one of the Love Scent Pheromone Oils, will be perfect.

You can try Primal Women with the 1 ml Primal Women Mini for $9.95, or a 10 ml Primal Women dripper bottle–now on sale for one week only for $34.95. Order today!

 

Mistress Pheromones for Women2. Mistress Pheromones for Women (starting at $9.95)

Mistress contains a sexy, romantic blend of several pheromones, including copulins and Estratetraenol. This combination is ideal for improving emotional bonds as well as sexual attractiveness. It already contains a pleasant herbal cover fragrance, so no need for added perfume!

You can try Mistress with the 1 ml Mistress Mini for $9.95, or a 10 ml Mistress roll-on for $48.95. Order now!

 

Love Scent Copulin Concentrate3. Love Scent Copulin Concentrate ($19.95)

This one is hands-down our strongest, and smelliest, copulin product. Its natural odor is very intense and requires heavy dilution. Trust us: the added effort is well worth it! A drop or two of this concentrate can turn your favorite perfume into the most potent sex attractant you’ve ever experienced. Just be prepared to take a little extra time when using this one.

A 3.7 ml bottle of Love Scent Copulin Concentrate is yours for $19.95. This little bottle will last you for years, so add it to your collection today!

 

Arome De Femme4. Arome de Femme ($29.95)

Arome de Femme combines the power of copulins with a classic French perfume. The mellow fragrance notes create a sophisticated aura while the copulins enhance your femininity and sex appeal. This is an especially great product to wear on dates with a long-term partner.

A 15 ml spray bottle of Arome De Femme is yours for the new reduced price of $29.95. Order now!

 

5. Attrakt for Her ($59.95)

Attrakt’s pheromone blend includes copulins and a powerful social hormone that improves bonding and reduces stress. A light cover fragrance enhances the effects of the pheromone profile. Attrakt is a good product for women looking for a well-rounded pheromone perfume with social and sexual elements.

A large 1 oz spray bottle of Attrakt is yours for $59.95. Try it today!

UPDATE: We no longer carry Attrakt for Her. Try combining Liquid Trust with Primal Women instead!

 

There you have it, Love Scent fans! A primer on copulins, how they work, and how you can add them to your collection!

And don’t forget to take advantage of our awesome Weekly Special savings by ordering your bottle of Primal Women today!

 

Do you like copulins? Do you use them alone, or with other pheromones? Share your experiences in the comments! You can also contact us directly with all your questions, comments, and concerns. And don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter to be the first to hear about blog posts, new products, exclusive promotions, and more!

 

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

 

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