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Published on: 15 Jan 2017 by kathywheat
Fragrances have had a lot of changes to them over the years... from delicate, flowery scents for women, to clean, crisp "manly" scents that sometimes push the boundaries.
But there's something new in the "fragrance nut" world, and they're called pheromones... if you've ever heard of them, you probably wrote them off as snake oil and never did any research on them. But pheromone products are basically synthetic versions of natural scents that humans emit to attract potential mates.
In the animal kingdom, pheromones are an important part of the survival equation... but for humans? Well, let's just say scientists are calling this discovery on pheromones, attraction and "chemistry" between potential partners.
Pheromones have often been marketed in a way that makes a lot of people skeptical. And rightly so, because to the normal person, claims of spraying on a product and becoming instantly "attractive" to women seems pretty ridiculous. But is there any truth to them? Or is it all just a bunch of snake oil?
PheroJoe, an expert on pheromones claims that they do work, but are unfortunately overhyped by greedy vendors who will promise anything just to make a quick buck. In his article about one particular vendor, Androtics Direct, he talks about the lengths they will go to fabricate their stories and try to give themselves credibility.
On the "Androtics Direct" forum (named Pherotalk), there are people who constantly make posts praising the products, and giving endless amounts of attention to any post available on the forum. One such product is called "Turn Up The Heat!" - however, many claim that the product is not effective and nowhere near its asking price.
To the untrained eye, it appears that these are legitimate posts from an established user - but to pheromone users who take the products as a hobby, or possibly even a serious side project to improve their personal lives, it becomes more than obvious that this is paid shilling. "Shills" are basically plants that work on the level of the "users", in order to convince people that the products are legitimate and do in fact work.
Pherotalk is a forum also full of censored information, and users are actively discouraged from speaking out on other pheromone vendors. While normally this would promote healthy discussion, comparisons of quality, and spark great competition, they have simply decided to go down the route of ignoring concerns and competition, and instead simply sell off as much product as possible.
People who speak out against the Androtics Direct products are often scrutinized, and then banned covertly. Covertly, meaning that they won't get a notice of being banned - the Pherotalk forum will simply go so slow that it becomes unusable. You will also be presented with a "network error", and assume that you can just come back another time. Unfortunately, it doesn't work like that -- once you get this message, it is a clear indication you've been banned.
Regardless of the practices of this one company, there are other legitimate vendors out there. Pheromones do in fact promote communication, affection, attraction, and generally give out "vibes" that other people will find attractive. There are many of them available on the market, but very few that really deliver on their promises.
If you are interested in learning more, visit the House of Pheromones.