New spray will make any man attractive

The composition of the perfume includes syntocinon, a synthetic analogue of the "love hormone" oxytocin. The spray increases the attractiveness of men in the eyes of the opposite sex and increases cravings for the man. Oxytocin is actively secreted in women after giving birth and speeds up milk production. Scientists believe that this hormone is the cause of the establishment between the baby and mother close emotional connection, says The Daily Mail.

Researchers from the University of Bonn conducted an experiment with 40 women aged 20-30 years. All the volunteers at the time were very much in love. One of the subjects scientists are invited to breathe the spray syntocinon, other inhaled placebo consisting solely of water.

Further testing showed that the synthetic hormone increases the attractiveness of males by 15% compared to placebo. Interestingly, the spray did not affect study participants who took at this time the contraceptive pill.

In fact, scientists have developed an analogue of perfume with pheromones, however to apply them every day inventors themselves do not advise. The spray can cause nausea, headaches and provoke arrhythmia.

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