New Aroma Patch Hot Trend with Women

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A new aroma patch, developed especially for baby boomer women, helps stimulate and enhance the libido. The transparent, non transdermal patch is worn on the inside of the wrist and sniffed frequently throughout the day.

The powerful effect that smell can have on our emotions has until recently been largely ignored by the medical community. However, studies carried out at the Taste and Smell Foundation in Chicago, have shown that certain smells can increase sexual arousal. In light of this, Scentuelle represents an exciting breakthrough, offering a simple, non-invasive solution to a lack of sexual desire.

Scentuelle, a groundbreaking new aroma patch designed to help stimulate and enhance the libido by targeting the smell receptors at the edge of the brain, is quickly becoming a hot trend with women, especially the baby boomer generation.

In the absence of sexual desire, the intimacy and closeness that come from a healthy sex life can begins to fade. In fact, a massive 35 percent of women are affected by low libido and the results are often deeply distressing. Yet the answer to this diminishing loss of desire may be as simple as inhaling deeply.

Our most powerful feelings are brought in to being when the emotional centers of the brain are activated by the precise stimulation of different smell receptors. Scentuelle , developed by U.K.-based CST Medical Ltd, targets these smell receptors with a complex blend of aromas contained in a discreet patch. These smell receptors link directly to the limbic system, the part of the brain that deals with happiness and pleasure, including sexual desire.

The heart notes of the Scentuelle aroma patch constitute a blend of scent molecules which mimic the size, shape and electrical charge of dopamine, the moody molecule which causes the brain to release the hormones that make us feel good – even aroused. Scentuelle begins to work from the first sniff and the effect is cumulative, building to an optimum level after three weeks.

“Until now smell has been the most enigmatic and least understood of all our senses but its importance for our quality of life is incalculable,” explains Dr. George Dodd, a biochemist and leading expert in the field of smell who worked with CST Medical in the development of the unique aroma blend used in the patch.

“The powerful effect that smell can have on our emotions has until recently been largely ignored by the medical community. However, studies carried out at the Taste and Smell Foundation in Chicago, have shown that certain smells can increase sexual arousal. In light of this, Scentuelle represents an exciting breakthrough, offering a simple, non-invasive solution to a lack of sexual desire.”

The aroma patch, designed especially for women, was introduced in the U.K. last year and has been a runaway hit with over 325,000 packages in use. A similar product, designed for men, is currently in the last phase of testing and will be available in October of 2006.

Scentuelle helps revive a woman’s desire and puts her relationship back on track. Users wear the transparent, non transdermal (does not enter the blood stream) aroma patch in a discreet place such as the inside of the wrist, sniffed regularly throughout the day and the feel good hormones do their work! Scentuelle does not require a prescription and has no side effects. There are 30 patches in every package and it is suggested that a new one be applied each day with the wearer aiming to sniff the patch at least once every hour. Scentuelle costs $34.95 and is available by mail order (800 301-8502) or onlineat http://www.myScentuelle.com

For more information about the Scentuelle aroma patch, contact:

Luke Vorstermans

Director, Media and Communications

The Orion Group Ltd.

Tel: 800-301-8502

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