Scents that Women Adore the Most! Women's Scent Preference

Scents that Women Adore the Most! Women's Scent Preference

Scents that Women Adore the Most! Women's Scent Preference
Scents have the power to make a statement without saying a word - smells evoke memories.

We smell not only with our nose but with our brain, where all emotions are processed. Though there are numerous reasons why women wear scents, eventually, it comes down to the way that fragrances make us feel good. Scents are one of the simplest but most enjoyable little pleasures that we do just for ourselves in our daily life.

Science has proven that several scents can influence our own "olfactory envelope". Our own "olfactory envelop" mainly links with the following:
  1. Presence of pheromones.
  2. Warm & positive memories, the scent revives.
  3. The sense of getaway.
  4. The expression of individuality through fragrance.

There may not be a single scent that women adore, but here are the familiar smells that women love the most! according to different research studies and statistics:

1. Vanilla

Vanilla produces the feeling of happiness universally. In the smell report of SIRC, soft, almost sweet, seductive, and sensual, vanilla is a scent that human beings always find pleasant. The smell of vanilla is believed to increase magnetism or lust, but some data shows vanilla can boost catecholamines, or adrenaline, in the blood that helps prepare the body for fight-to-fight reactions.

2. Mint

Mint is a clean and cool fragrance that can be very attractive to women. As for cleanliness coupled with good hygiene, a fresh minty smell can help communicate that you have these attributes. Besides its energizing scent, with fresh and fusing notes that release excitement and open all the senses, making people feel happy.

3. Rose

The warm, deeply floral, slightly spicy honey-like odor of pure rose essential is thought to bring about feelings of love, care, and comfort. Its calming effect, which relaxes body and mind, helps foster intimacy. Moreover, in a 2014 study, researchers revealed that rose oil influenced participants to rate pictures of women's faces as more desirable than they had when sniffing something "undesirable."

4. Lavender

Inhaling the scent of lavender has been discovered to reduce anxiety and stress significantly, in turn, resulting in high levels of relaxation, which could benefit both women and men alike.

5. Fruits

According to the study published in 2016 by Evolution and Human Behavior, it was shown that people who take in a high level of carotenoids (which are found in fruits are of orange, yellow, or red color) have more attractive body odor that is appealing for women. Fruits that contain carotenoids include grapefruit, mangoes, oranges, pomegranate

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  1. Influence of Fragrances on Human Psychophysiological Activity
  2. Psychology of Fragrance Use: Perception of Individual Odor and Perfume Blends Reveals a Mechanism for Idiosyncratic Effects on Fragrance Choice
  3. The Smell Report_ Vanilla
  4. Diet quality and the attractiveness of male body odor
  5. Relaxing effect of rose oil on humans
  6. Odor Valence Linearly Modulates Attractiveness, but Not Age Assessment, of Invariant Facial Features in a Memory-Based Rating Task
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