Pheromone Selection Guide

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Not all pheromone products are created equal. Many don’t actually contain ingredients that have been established by science as actual pheromones. Others contain pheromones, but in such minute amounts that they are practically useless — or contain too high a concentration, which can be confusing and scary to women. Pheromones are basically unregulated, and that’s one of the reasons we established Pheromones Guru. To make your life easier for you, we’ve narrowed what’s need into two important categories that make it clear what you should look for in a pheromone cologne.
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 The Pheromones

The most important thing that you should be looking for in a pheromone cologne is the type of pheromones contained in that cologne. There are many different types of pheromones used in colognes, but only a few are truly effective — the rest are duds. The three pheromones you should be looking for are:

  • Androstenone
  • Epiandrosterone
  • Androsterone

 The Scent
Some pheromone colognes contain the right pheromones in the right amounts, but smell awful. A cologne should be subtle yet distinct, leaving a lasting impression (and memory) on those who encounter you. Developing one’s “scent memory” and anchoring that scent to positive memories and contentment is very important. An awful, brash scent will not make a good anchor point for memories. We recommend a musky, masculine scent. Coincidentally, this scent interacts well with subtle soaps and other hygiene products, as well as dovetailing with our recommended “alpha male” theme.