In many animals and insects, pheromones play an important role in attracting a mate. In humans, several research studies have shown that they also play a role in who we are attracted to and who is attracted to us. Pheromones are excreted from the armpits and the genital areas from the sweat glands, and they are detected by the olfactory glands. Pheromones don’t have a specific scent, and it is not to be confused with body order. They also change slightly during our life cycle. Often, humans wear products that may mask the pheromones. Wearing a Pheromone Perfume, which uses synthetic pheromones, can help bring out and enhance the body’s natural attractant.