Revamp, repel, protect. How would a man know that a woman produces copulins when they are ovulating? Like an airborne virus, the scent of an ovulating woman can’t escape men. Testosterone levels can rise once the odor reaches a man’s nostrils. Men, in return, release androstenone. What does that have to do with planning on hooking up? Everything.
Factory made pheromone scent of a man. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out why men wear cologne. Some cologne scents pump a chemical hook, line and sinker. Back and forth, like a tennis match, the perfume and cologne attract. Men give off androstenone. Androstenone triggers a woman’s hormone part responsible for sexual desire—the luteinizing hormone. Don’t use too much cologne and learn to use a new cologne every now and then. Guy Laroche’s Drakkar Noir is a good scented example that should be used sparingly. A little goes a long way and can last for hours.