New Pheromone Additive (NPA) is a product of Love Scent, who also makes dozens of other popular scented and unscented pheromone colognes. Though I’d heard of them in the past, and have found several of their products to be legit, I was worried that using a pheromone as an additive to a cologne or perfume, which is how this product is designed to be distributed, might dampen the effect.
Love Scent and NPA
Love scent is a Colorado based company that is not afraid to post their address and phone number information, which in this industry is a rare thing. Being that I’ve reviewed some of their other products, I knew that they were a reputable company, so that wasn’t the issue. The issue was whether this product was actually worth using instead of their other products.
NPA comes in a 7 ml or 15 ml bottle and is not sprayed, but dropped into cologne or perfume bottles. They have a version for both men and women, but it’s a bit pricy, at just under $55 per bottle.
How it Works
According to Love Scent, NPA has 5 times the androstenone of that their old pheromone additive contained, but is designed to be used as an additive, rather than a scented cologne. They say that it’s very concentrated and must be mixed in cologne, perfume, or aftershave, else you risk coming on too strong. This could be good, but having not taken pheromone mixing class in school, I hoped I wouldn’t get it wrong.
Luckily for me, NPA reviews were not difficult to find. One male reviewer had this to say:
“Whether it’s a placebo or not, the stuff makes me feel badass and it helps me to focus. I am already quite a confident guy, but add NPA to the mix and I feel like I’m unstoppable.”
Meanwhile, I was also able to find a rare female review:
“Love this thing!!! i use it with PI/w(not mixed) then SOE/w to cover the scent…this three are really, really, really great..they are (boys) all infatuated with me…”
And there were several more reviews just like those. It appears that not only does New Pheromone Additive work, but it works well for both men and women. However, one caveat is that most people say it should be mixed with other Love Scent products in order to work well, which means you’ll have to spend even more money to get the desired result.
The numbers don’t really lie, and since more people seem to be happy than upset with this product, then I too will give it a passing grade. That being said, it does worry me that this product needs to be mixed with another product in order to achieve the desired effect. These products are not cheap, and at near $60 a bottle, you would expect it to work on its own. Also, combining it with cologne or perfume could be a mixed bag, which is why I’m going to pass this product with a 3/5 stars. It looks like New Pheromone Additive is not a scam after all.
New Pheromone Additive from Love Scent Review
If you look through many of the pheromone colognes and other varieties on the market, you’ll see that one of the primary ingredient in each of them is Androstadienone, which is said to be the best sex pheromone on the market. The question though is this – does it work on it’s own, or does it need to be mixed with other pheromones in order to achieve enhanced attraction. Since Love Scent offers Androstadienone as a solo product, I thought I’d look to see if I could get to the bottom of this and find out if Androstadienone is a scam, or a great way to enhance sexuality.
As I mentioned before, Androstadienone is a product of Love Scent, which is a Colorado based company with a high reputation in the pheromone industry. Though this product is a general pheromone, the product I’m reviewing is the Love Scent manufactured version, so the results might vary based on manufacturer.
Their version sells for just under $50 a half strength bottle, and $80 for a full strength bottle. Both sizes come in a 10 ml dropper bottle and are said to contain 10 mg of the product.
How it Works
In big bold letters, the Love Scent website says that this product is for experimental use only, which had my red flag up a bit. Why sell something for testing if it hasn’t been proven? Still, knowing that Love Scent makes several good products, I thought I would let the Androstadienone user feedback be the judge.
It is said that this product contains the strongest pheromone of them all, so it will be interesting to see how others use it. Do you need to mix it, or try it solo? These were the questions on my mind.
The first review I found had this to say:
“When i used this product, I definitely noticed the effects of it, but the bottle/dropper is of poor quality. I found my bottle empty the other day after it had been left on its side for a few days. I am not very happy about that, but the product does work…”
Another mentioned it was good for women during that special time of the month:
“Unlike most other mones, it is the magic pill for PMS: lifts mood, relaxes and generally helps transform her from a fire throwing (expletive omitted) into a cheerful little quasi-angel. One of two drops…and a few sweet words and she’s like clay in my hands. Unfortunately I haven’t found it useful for much else, and I have tried it extensively for years in mixes and standalone.”
The downside is that I also found several reviews from people complaining that they had a hard time perfecting the mixture, and that it was still too untested to be of great use.
Because of those reasons, I’m leery of giving it a perfect rating, but since it’s included in almost every pheromone mix on the planet, there’s little doubt that it can work. The question is just getting the right mixture, and learning how to use it properly. More importantly, you need to learn when to use it properly.
So with all that said, I’m going to close this review with a 3/5 star rating, which means that it works, but probably best for those experienced in using pheromone products. So the good news is that the Androstadienone user feedback is good, and it’s not a scam. The bad is that you might need to apply it a few different ways before you find a winning combination.
Androstadienone Review – Scam or Great Additive?
As someone off the dating market, it’s been a long time since I have had the need to attract a new partner. That being said, I can certainly appreciate the difficulty involved in not only finding the right place to go, but figuring out how to stand out, especially amongst so many good looking people.
It was with that interest and intrigue that I decided to look into a product called Pherox, which is a pheromone powered product that is said to enhance sexuality and help people increase their personal level of attraction. Of course, at this point, Pherox sounded like a scam, but heck, if Pherox works, it’s definitely something I would share with my friends. Lord knows they need it!
Pherox is manufactured by Womack Labs, who is based in Phoenix Arizona. One thing I liked about their website is that they didn’t try to hide any of this information, and they not only included company information, but a real address too.
Speaking of the website, it’s incredibly sexy and well designed. If the product is anything like the design, then I know I’ll be in for a treat. Aside from a great display, they also present a large amount of research and information on pheromones and their role in the attraction process.
How Pherox Works
Unlike most pheromone products, Pherox is actually ingested orally, rather than applied to the body. Knowing what I know about pheromones, this concerned me, so I looked a bit further. Their claim is that it’s combined with herbal ingredients to “awaken” the body, and that it stimulates natural pheromone production.
These ingredients are Vitamin E, Thiamine HCI, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B 12, Pantothenic Acid, and Caffeine. This is a rather pedestrian list of ingredients, and is nothing more than what you’d find in a simple multivitamin or energy drink. That said, each bottle is around $50 for a single 1 oz size. Does it work? Let’s let the Pherox reviews be the judge.
What’s interesting about Pherox is that I found absolutely zero positive reviews. I also found no negative reviews. There’s absolutely nothing out there, which I thought was odd. So I dug a bit deeper and found out that like me, most people thought Pherox was less than useful, and decided not to buy it at all. It makes sense really, since the ingredients don’t contain anything out of the ordinary or proprietary. While it might work, the lack of reviews was rather alarming.
Obviously, I can’t give Pherox a good review, but also don’t think it deserves a bad review either. The fact is that it’s still untested, and worth a look, though I’d try to find it cheaper or wait for a sale, if you can. I don’t doubt that it does something, but compared to other products on the market (like Pherazone, the current top choice), it’s certainly not one of the best. My final rating – 2.5/5 stars.
Pherox Review – Scam or Legit Pheromone Cologne?
None of use really believes that these Pheromone Colognes work, right?
Do Pheromone Perfumes work? Here’s some scientific background about Pheromones I researched:
Do pheromones work and just what are they anyway? Pheromones are believed to be hormones which are essentially scented signals used to trigger a sexual response from the opposite sex in a species. These pheromones involve a behavioral process when used for stimulation for reasons of genetic compatibility. Some species have intramuscular glands or urinary sacs which they enact to mark their territories to ward away competitors as they are initiating an attraction with their female species. For years, scientists have studied the actual process of how do pheromones work.
Studies have shown that early humans had at one time what was called the vomeronasal gene which may have played a role in these sexual stimulations. In the early 1800’s, Ludvig Jacobson, an anatomist discovered that the location of the gene was once nestled in the nasal septum. This is why the structure is sometimes referred to as Jacobson’s organ. The actual opening of the vomeronasal pit it still intact, although there are no vomeronasal sensory nerves shooting neurotransmitters to the brain. These early studies were the basis for questions of how do pheromones work.
The mysterious workings of pheromones were first discovered by scientists in studies conducted by Peter Karlson a biochemist and Martin Luscher an entomologist in the late 1950’s. According to their research into how do pheromones work, they concluded that humans and animals exude a chemical called pheromone, which is used to sexually attract the opposite sex. The studies indicate that chemicals signal a natural behavioral response from one gender to another of the same species. These pheromones are hormones which elicit specific behavioral patterns in direct relation to the developmental process and sexual maturity of certain species.
Although the research Karlson and Luscher concentrated on mammalian pheromones which directly affect the sexual behavior between a species, many other scientific data lends doubt on how do pheromones work, if at all. Scientist Richard Doty known for his use of the UPSIT test which assessed the function of smell, has long been a critic of mammalian pheromones. In researching the questions of do pheromones work, Doty suggests that mammals do not have pheromones. His statements indicate that the actual term of pheromone has been capitalized on by perfume manufacturers and is simply not how humans naturally communicate through chemical senses.
Through his work, Doty, a Professor at Penn State University in the Department of Otorhinolaryngolgy, set out to distinguish pheromones from chemicals. He insists that the conditioning response plays a role in animal and human behavior to chemicals from the opposite sex, and the brain interprets that behavior. His conclusions indicate that many people oversimplify the actual nature of the olfactory system, in seeking answers to: Do pheromones work?
Still, humans have the cortico-medial amygdala, which indicates a vomeronasal input in many species which indicate the ability to use vomeronasal nerves for the analysis of pheromone activity in the opposite sex. This raises questions by scientist on whether pheromones exist in humans and if they do, how do pheromones work? A more recent study with clinical data gathered from testing similar to those performed on lab rats found that human’s indeed have a genome which contains one gene closely associated with the vomeronasal sensory nerve used by mice and rats in the reception of pheromones. This study reveals that humans may indeed have pheromone receptors which trigger sexual signals between females and males.
Scientist have long concluded that there does exist physiological pheromonal effects in humans as it relates to the synchronization of menstrual cycles of women who dwell together or even work closely together. Newborn babies have instincts to nurse at their mother’s breast and lead scientist to believe that scent molecules play a role in nursing and lay to rest how pheromones work.
Sounds great in theory but there are so many different Pheromone products… which ones really work? Read the Pheromones consumer reviews to find experiences and feedback from others who used Pheromone products.