The 5 Masculine Scents That Drive Women Wild

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Pheromones, which are odorless and invisible to the eye, are blends of chemicals that a body produces to send a signal to someone else.  Pheromones are secreted externally and increase attraction.

Scent is a powerful factor when it comes to attraction. Because women have a keener sense of smell than men, the way a man smells can have a great impact on how attractive a woman finds him. Here are the five masculine scents that can drive a woman wild

Spicy notes in a fragrance, such as cinnamon, ginger, frankincense, and myrrh, can warm up even the coldest of nights. The scents evoke warm memories for many women, which can be a powerful turn on. In fact, cinnamon, has long been thought to generate sexual arousal in both men and women.

Clean and invigorating, the tangy scent of citrus, such as lemon, lime, orange, lemongrass, and red grapefruit gives men that fresh-out-of-the-shower scent, a smell that many women find appealing.

The clean smell of fresh laundry, soap, or shampoo can have a powerful impact on women who enjoy the fresh smell. Clean scents can be energizing and uplifting, giving women a sense of calm.

A staple for most men’s colognes, musk is a rich, sexy, and sensual scent that drives many women wild. The scent is masculine in every sense, and is one that many women choose for their men to wear, as well as a popular choice for men themselves.

Earthy scents like sandalwood, patchouli, and rosewood are strong scents commonly associated with masculinity. The earthy aroma can warm the body and increase feelings of well-bein.

There are many ways to attract women; scent can be one of the most powerful due to women’s heightened sense of smell. Consider these five sexy scents the next time you’re shopping for a new fragrance and remember by layering your scent using products with the same fragrance as your cologne increases the life of your cologne smell.  Deodorant sticks and body washes are excellent to use.

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