Phero-X is not like your regular pheromone product. Most pheromone containing products you’ll find these days are in the form colognes, deodorants, lotions and sprays however Phero-X is different in that it is a tongue drop. The product’s unique application makes a lot of people wonder if it is indeed effective.
How Phero-X Works
This product is a pheromone enhancer. It is used by squeezing a few drops of the liquid under the tongue. You will feel a tingling sensation in your ears and neck which is said to last for about 15 minutes after which your body will start producing pheromones steadily for up to 8 hours. According to the manufacturer, this pheromone enhancer contains a combination of herbal extracts and vitamins which when absorbed by the body, awakens and readies the system to naturally produce large amounts of pheromones. Normally, the body only produces large amounts of pheromones when it is on a sexual state. With the aid of Phero-X however, pheromone production can be upped without being intimate.
Is Phero-X Effective?
According to the manufacturer, their product works best on first dates and even on any kind of business meeting. This seems a great product to utilize if you want to make the people around you become more comfortable. This could also be a good product to use if you need your self-esteem to increase. However, this pheromone enhancer’s efficacy seems a bit unclear because there seems to be no studies or tests that can provide evidence to this.
- As it is a tongue drop, it can be used by individuals who tend to develop allergies with topically applied products like colognes and lotions.
- It can be used by both men and women.
- The product comes with a money back guarantee
- There seems to be a lack of evidence regarding the product’s ability to effectively produce pheromones.
- For their evidence-based study on the product, the company used the term ‘third party testing’ which appears rather vague.
The claims of the manufacturer regarding the efficacy of Phero-X may or may not be true. If what they say their product does is not backed by studies and clinical tests, you may just be wasting a good $50 USD on something that won’t deliver.