I first heard about Max Attraction Gold from a friend who kept talking about how he thought it could work to help him with “the ladies,” and though I wasn’t interested in it myself, I thought that since I’m in the business of analyzing products like these, that the least I could do is take a look to let him know with a Max Attraction Gold Review if he’d be wasting his money or not.
My concern was not whether Max Attraction Gold was a scam, but whether the use of pheromones could actually help people facilitate the attraction process. In other words, could it help people “hook up?” Beyond that, does Max Attraction Gold have the best value on the market, or is it just a clever ploy to separate people from their money?
Pherlure is yet another product in the already overcrowded pheromone market that uses a sexy woman on the home page to try and sell a pheromone cologne to men looking to increase their seduction power. While I have no doubt that pheromones work, the question I had was is Pherlure a scam designed to use fancy product packaging to rip people off, or a true pheromone product made from a company that understands the industry, and uses research to design products, rather than marketing.
So it was with this sentiment that I set out to review Pherlure Pheromone Cologne, starting with the parent company.
Who Makes Pherlure?
This is a question I had a hard time answering as part of this Pherlure Review, as it isn’t listed on their product page and because their domain WHOIS returns a private registry.