Can Pheromones Prevent Signs Of Aging?
By NewBeauty Editors |
Human pheromones are most popularly known for their ability to help attract us to one another. In fact, a recent study showed that women become aroused from a mere whiff of a pheromone found in male sweat. But Dr. Nicholas V. Perricone, founder of the much celebrated N.V. Perricone M.D. line of wonder-products, has found new use for them: anti-aging.
Pheromones naturally elicit positive behavioral changes through an imperceptible odor communicated from person to person. With this in mind, Perricone created the Synergy Anti-Aging Aromatic, which contains a combination of neuropeptides that enhances the efficacy of pheromones.
The reported benefits include increased sense of well-being, elevated mood, increased self-confidence, lower stress, increased attractiveness to the opposite sex, and-the ultimate anti-aging benefit-enhanced mental clarity.
In fact, Perricone believes the Synergy Anti-Aging Aromatic is so revolutionary that .85 fl. oz. costs $250. With Perricone's track record, there's no reason to believe it won't work. But if it doesn't, at least you have a really cute new vase.