Love, which hormones?
Oxytocin is the key natural hormone of affection and happiness. When you are surrounded by your loved ones, cuddle, kiss them, touch them … you influence your oxytocin level directly. This hormone makes you want to meet others, to share emotions with them, to be tender.
Oxytocin also provides and intensifies sexual pleasure, not just social. I call this “the Disney effect“. It facilitates and intensifies orgasms, whether it is a female orgasm (it predisposes to multiple orgasms) or a male orgasm. Oxytocin is also the hormone that strongly intensifies the attachment between two people, also between lovers. Sexual desire in women is often more powerful if it is related to love, especially to romantic love. A high level of oxytocin appears to stimulate romantic feelings and love.
Touching someone is one of the easiest ways to stimulate oxytocin. A caress, a hug, a massage, etc. puts the other individual almost in another world, a world of higher oxytocin levels, where everything is perceived with more pleasure and sympathy.
Testosterone & Estrogen
Which hormones stimulate sexual desire in women? Testosterone is probably the main hormone of sexual desire. High testosterone levels in women are essential for increasing sexual desire. A woman with a high testosterone level will have a more dominant character, a more adventurous personality, be honest about the desire to have sex, etc. Of course, there must be a hormonal balance. A woman who has high testosterone levels but low estrogen levels (which stimulates libido) will usually have little sexual desire.
Gentlemen, I have a little advice for you: a testosterone hair gel can increase the power of seduction. I myself have experienced it. First of all, the gel gives more volume to your hair. Secondly, it will make your partner feel exhilarated and nervous without knowing why. Testosterone then functions as a pheromone.
What about seduction? DHEA is the main hormone responsible for most pheromones. It is transformed in the glands of the skin into metabolites, which act as pheromones. It is at this point that these metabolites are secreted by the sebaceous glands in the oily substance (sebum). They produce and trigger attraction reactions to potential sexual partners. The secretion of pheromones is most important in hairy areas of the body such as the armpits and pubic area.
A study has also shown that a feeling of attraction is stronger when women feel the secretions of armpits of a man. Gentlemen, the smell should not be too strong, it would act as a repellent. 😉
DHEA also stimulates a woman’s libido, the number, and intensity of sexual fantasies and improves sexual satisfaction *!
* This action is less powerful than the effects of testosterone.