Each person has their own unique, natural body scent which diversifies them from the crowd. Setting aside perfumes and colognes, this distinct scent is among the most popular due to its specificity. Automatically, you create your own exclusive brand no one can imitate; making yourself a source of attraction.
Besides your natural scent, however, come other fragrances that mesmerize people’s senses. Rose oil is one of the top smells which form a good impression and makes you more appealing, according to a study made by researchers from the Monell Chemical Senses Center in Philadelphia and the Karolinska Institute in Sweden. However, it is noteworthy to mention that rose essential oil was used, and not artificially fragranced rose aromas.
Interestingly, natural body scent reappears through the lens of diet. A study published in Evolution and Human Behavior revealed that orange fruits and vegetables create the effect of more pleasant-smelling sweat. Carotenoids provide the characteristic of color to vegetables such as carrots, pumpkins, corn, and tomatoes; thus, a diet consisting of these make faces appear as more attractive. Vanilla is a sweet but bearable scent which men supposedly find striking. It is easily combined with other smells, forming a versatile, soothing appeal that is non-comparable.
Simplicity seems to be conquering the realm of aromas as natural scents tend to captivate people to a greater extent compared to artificially formed ones. Light undertones and blends work well with natural ingredients, forming a distinctive, overall odor that is not only charming but also a way in which you can differentiate yourself from the ordinary.