USAGE: For best results, use as directed below
Skin Biology's sensual blend of Licorice Oil,
Anise Oil, Pumpkin Oil and Lavender Oil
plus Pheromone (Ungerer &
by Alan Hirsch and Jason Gruss (Smell and Taste Treatment Research
Foundation, Chicago, Illinois and University of Michigan) found that
expensive perfumes are much less effective than many essential oils
and common foods. They studied effects of different scents on sexual feelings of males and females while wearing scented masks and while wearing
nonodorized, blank masks. Expensive perfumes had little effect. In contrast the combined odor of
Good & Plenty
and cucumber produced a strong increase in sexual feelings and many other
scents worked better than perfumes.
Apply our new Romantic Perfume Oil
lightly after bathing to the lower body, chest, or trunk.
The oil can be worked into the skin giving a soft moisturizing effect.
the scent rises up and around the face these romantic perfume oils help attract
attention more effectively than chemical fragrances without any
damaging effects on the skin.
HOW IT'S DIFFERENT:
Skin Biology's Romantic Perfume Oils are a sensual
indulgent mix of squalane, pheromone, and our unique blend for women. Lightly spray on the skin and massage in.
passed a woman the other day and she said, "Dang! You smell good. And
you smell like a woman!" I was wearing a combination of Romantic Oil,
Sensuous Scents, and my Mademoiselle by CoCo Chanel layered on top. This
combination always draws people in and they compliment how good I
smell. But this woman was swept off her feet!" - A.T.