It’s no secret that having a sexy smell can make a huge difference in how attractive you’re perceived to be by the opposite (or same) sex. Healthy pheromones are more attractive than others. Androsterone, for example, is a real aphrodisiac.
If you’re low on androsterone, don’t worry. You can actually eat celery and start producing more. The scent of sperm and vaginal moisture also can have an aphrodisiac effect on potential dates. Some people even suggest that you can improve your attractiveness by dabbing a little “sample” behind your ears.
Your natural aromas aren’t the only types of scent that play a factor in attraction. Perfume does, too. Another study revealed that the scent of lavender and baked goods are deemed sexually arousing to men.
That being said, there are also anti-aphrodisiacs. Studies revealed that men are turned off by the scent of women’s tears, particularly those that are caused by sadness or grief. Foul body odor is considered to be a universal turn-off, too.