Customer Questions: Pheromones And Aging

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Happy Friday, Love Scent fans!

First of all, a reminder that you can save 30% on your next order with the coupon code STOCKINGSTUFFERS20! This offer is good on everything in the store, from pheromone fragrances to pure pheromone concentrates to cover scents and supplies. So whether you need some last-minute gifts or just want to stock up on your Love Scent favorites, be sure to order while the savings last!

Now, on to today’s topic: your questions about pheromones and aging!

One question we often hear from people curious about pheromones: does someone’s age impact how effective pheromones are? It’s a good question, and it has the same answer as a lot of pheromone-related questions: it depends!

As you know, people use pheromones for a variety of reasons. Some people want pheromones to give them an edge in their love life; other people want pheromones that will help them professionally; and other people want pheromones that will generally improve their day-to-day life. Depending on what you want pheromones to do for you, some pheromones will be a better choice than others. And, taking those other factors into consideration, your age might be a factor you want to consider.

Let’s take a closer look!



When thinking about pheromones and aging, it’s helpful to remember that you are naturally producing pheromones right now. Pheromones are byproducts of your body’s production of natural steroids and sex hormones.

As you age, your body’s production of these sex hormones and steroids can naturally decrease. That, in turn, can decrease your natural pheromone output. This is nothing to worry about: it’s all part of the aging process!

This natural decrease in pheromone output may impact how other people perceive you. For example, lower testosterone production decreases your natural levels of the sex pheromone AndrosteNONE, so people might find you less authoritative or less sexually magnetic than when you were younger. This does depend on individual people, of course, and some people might actually be more attracted to you when you produce less AndrosteNONE. Pheromones’ effectiveness is often down to personal preferences!

Now, because older folks naturally produce fewer of their own pheromones, they may benefit from higher amounts of supplemental pheromones (such as pheromone perfumes and colognes). They may also want to choose stronger or more potent pheromones, since their own natural pheromone production isn’t as high as it used to be.

So, in summary, getting older can impact your natural pheromone production. If you’re an older pheromone fan, you might consider using a more concentrated formula than you used when you were younger–but even that isn’t a black-and-white question! Keep reading to learn more!



So, when it comes to pheromones and aging, should you just assume that you need a stronger pheromone product than you did when you were younger?

Well, first of all, most people notice that their sex pheromone levels decrease as they get older; fewer people notice big changes to their social pheromones. Sex pheromones include AndrosteNONE, AndrostaDIENONE, Estratetraenol, and copulins. They’re the pheromones that boost your sex appeal and stimulate other people’s sexual attraction to you. They can also have strong emotional effects on men and women alike.

This decrease in sex pheromones can impact your love life. Long-term relationships can see their old spark start to fizzle out, and older single people may find that they have trouble attracting people like they used to. Incorporating sex pheromones into your life–such as a sexual pheromone cologne or perfume–can help you get back to the way things were when you were younger.

Remember, though, that pheromones are not magic potions. There are a lot of factors that can contribute to a slump in your love life, and the natural aging process is often only part of the change. Think about other factors–such as stress, busier lives, changes to your personality, and so on–that might be having an effect, and address those too. Pheromones are excellent tools, but they can’t do all the work for you.

In short: you’ll probably need to increase your sex pheromones as you get older, but are less likely to need higher concentrations of social pheromones. But, of course, everyone is different, so think carefully about what you personally need when choosing your pheromones!



While there are some trends related to pheromones and aging, such as decreases in sex pheromone production, it’s important to remember that everybody is different. You may not notice any real change in your sex appeal as you get older, and that’s great! Some young people may need strong sex pheromones due to natural variations in sex hormone production, and that’s fine too! Human beings are complex, and plenty of people don’t fit into neat boxes.

So, while your age is definitely a factor to consider when choosing a pheromone, don’t assume that your age is the only factor. Think carefully about how other people feel about you: do they find you easy to get along with? Are they intimidated by you? Do they like spending time with you, but don’t seem to be attracted to you the way you’d like? And do you want any of this to change? These are the big questions. Then, research different pheromones and their effects, and choose what will help you make the changes you want to see.

For example: are you an older man who has plenty of sex appeal, but seem to intimidate others? Then choosing a strong sex pheromone isn’t going to change much about your relationships with others. You’ll want to go with a social pheromone to help people feel relaxed around you. Yes, your sex pheromones have probably decreased with your age, but social pheromones are the right tool for the task here!

On the other hand, if you’re a woman who has noticed your sex appeal dropping as you get older, a sex pheromone can be very helpful. Copulins or AndrosteNONE could help restore the sexual magnetism of your youth. Whether you want to rekindle the flame in a long-term relationship or improve your dating life, sex pheromones are probably the choice for you.

All in all, it’s a good idea to consider the factor of your age, but don’t think of it as the only thing to think about. There are a lot of elements to choosing the right pheromone, so make sure you’re thinking about them all!


There you have it, Love Scent fans! We hope this has clarified your questions about pheromones and aging!


What has been your experience with pheromones and aging? Have you noticed changes in your pheromone needs as you get older? Have you needed more sex pheromones, social pheromones, or both? Share your experiences in the comments! You can also contact us directly with any comments, questions, or concerns. And make sure to subscribe to our newsletter to get free samples and be the first to hear about blog posts, new products, awesome deals, and more!


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