What are pheromones?
Pheromones are odorless chemicals that affect the behavior of others within the same species. Pheromones have been shown to exist in virtually all species of insects and animals, including humans. The animal world has taught us much about how pheromones work. The secretion of pheromones by humans is believed to dramatically increase both desirability and sexual attractiveness.

How do pheromones work?
Human behavior is infinitely more complicated than other animals or species; however, certain biological urges remain the same. All living beings have the need to procreate and therefore need to mate. The secretion of pheromones is nature's way of attracting the opposite sex to one another. Men and women have always known that sexual attraction was partially related to their sense of smell. That is why billions of dollars each year are spent on perfumes and colognes. And even though pheromones are odorless, they are perceived through the vomeronasal organ in the back of the nose, which then sends this information to the hypothalamus part of the brain, which in turn, controls our sexual responses. In essence, the secretion of pheromones is nature's way of guaranteeing that we are sexually attracted to one another. Therefore, it is only logical that the more pheromones you secrete the more desirable you become.

What is the difference in pheromone products?
There are four types of pheromone enhancement products currently available. Three are chemical in nature and the fourth is a high-tech product designed to program the user's mind/brain to increase the secretion of his/her own pheromone level. In the chemical category, you can buy colognes enhanced with synthetic human pheromones, odorless concentrates of synthetic human pheromones that can be added to your own perfume or cologne, and then there's pheromone incense sticks to help create and maintain a romantic mood.

Recommended Use:
Add 1 oz. of CP2+ to 4-6 oz. of your favorite cologne, or use 2-4 drops of CP2+ on wrists or behind neck. Reapply every 4 hours.