How to Use Perfume to Get What You Want
A subtle change in scent can help you influence people. Here, the fragrances to help you win in every situation
Why: It sounds like something out of a fairy tale: a scent that promises to make a man fall for you. But a study from the Smell and Taste Treatment Center in Chicago says the concept isn't so far-fetched. Researchers attached subjects to a device that measured blood flow to certain parts of the body, then had them sniff over 30 different scents. They found that the unique combination of pumpkin pie and lavender increased penile blood flow the most -- around 40 percent.
Where to find it: Combine a spicy pumpkin scent like Demeter Pumpkin Pie, Harvey Prince Coupling or Ella Sweet Anthem with a pure lavender like Diptyque Eau de Lavande, Guerlain Jicky or Caldey Island Lavender.
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