Skin Biology scents use natural pheromone oils blended by biochemist Dr. Loren Pickart. Our oils are based on traditional fragrances used for thousands of years at family gatherings, marriage beds, and religious ceremonies around the world.
OPTIONS FOR USE:
1. Apply your favorite Body Perfume with Pheromone fragrance daily --- See options below.
2. Massage in Calypso's Replenishing Youth Oils after bathing.
3. For all-over body care, use a scented Protect & Restore Body Lotion fragrance.
1. SELECT FROM OUR TOP PHEROMONE FRAGRANCES:
Preferred by many around the world and used for relaxation - Body Perfume YlangYlang/Nutmeg, Body Perfume Sandalwood, or apply Dr. Pickart's NEW! Pheromone Lip Balm --- sure to relax anyone while moisturizing dry, chapped lips.
Advanced scent layering is accomplished by using our specialized Calypso's Youth Factor Oils before applying your perfume.
Protect & Restore Body Lotions with relaxing pheromones: Need to rejuvenate loose, lax, damaged skin in need of specialized moisturization? Use a light amount of Protect & Restore Body Lotion daily to take things to the next level in cosmetic skin rejuvenation. Select from the following relaxing scents that are all complemented with our signature pheromone fragrance.
I just got the Ylang and Nutmeg in the mail, and like the scent of it when it's been on my skin for at least an hour. Yesterday I wore it out and had good reactions... it could have been coincidence, or added confidence on my part, but it sure was interesting!
I would just like to add another affirmation of these perfumes. They are definitely winners. I've been wearing them since my last order a few months back, and I can assuredly say that they are quite addictive. They kind of have a bit of an aroma therapeutic lift for me in addition to their powers of attraction... Great job, Skin Biology!
There is no doubt in my mind that Calypso's Oil works. People are friendlier and talk more to me when I'm around them... Sometimes I also spread the oil on my feet and legs to let its fragrance diffuse upward. I learned this trick from an old French perfumer.
I prefer the lavender scent and love how soft they make my skin feel. They are also very long lasting without needing to be reapplied...I soon came to like the comforting scents.
Human pheromone research proves that smells activate nerves in the vomero-nasal organ that act directly on the brain's emotional control areas. All other senses such as sight, touch, sound, temperature are transferred through a series of nerve connections that change and moderate the effects so that the brain does not over-react to new stimuli.
However, the nerves that respond to smell are wired directly into the brain and the stimuli are sent pure and unmodified to the limbic center of the brain. There are three general areas of the brain, the first and most basic is the brain stem which controls basic functions such as breathing and heartbeat. The next higher area is the limbic system in the central area of the brain. The limbic system is where emotional responses are concentrated. When various areas of the limbic system are activated, a person feels intense emotions. Some limbic areas cause feelings of peace, contentment, attraction while others areas causes feeling of anger, rage, hostility, loneliness and so on. The conscious brain is the topmost and outer area of our brain. This is where we spend our time thinking but the conscious mind is not where our emotions are developed. Why we love someone is more how they smell to the limbic system than what we consciously think.
In rats, surgical removal of the vomero-nasal organ or VMO in the nasal septum produces dramatic impairments of mating, dominance status, and gender recognition.
Even though human interactions are more complex than other warm-blooded animals, odors and pheromones still influence attraction and bonding. Relaxing aromatherapy therefore should include the use of aromatic essential oils and mood perfumes that sooth stressed emotions.