If Cupid Had Scentuelle, He Wouldn't Need Arrows

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A breakthrough new product helps women rediscover their sensuality.

Is feeling sexy just a memory? You're not alone. With Valentine's Day just around the corner, millions of women long to re-ignite the passion they enjoyed during those first heady days of their relationship. But for a growing number of women, their desires are overwhelmed by their increasingly busy lives. They get lost to deadlines and schedules, crying babies and expanding waistlines, menopause and aging. The reasons for their flagging libidos are as long as their to-do lists.

But new research in the emerging science of aromachology has shown that a woman's sense of smell is the gateway to increased desire and sexual well-being. Recently introduced to North America, the Scentuelle patch consists of a complex combination of scent molecules that stimulate the libido by targeting the brain's smell receptors. It reproduces the effect of the body's 'feel good' hormone, dopamine, which controls sexual desire.

It was the answer for Linda Ryan, 53, and dealing with the effects of menopause. Frustrated with a declining sex drive, Ryan wasn't interested in taking controversial hormone replacement therapy. Instead she turned to Scentuelle.

"For me, the effect was very obvious," says Ryan. After just three weeks on the patch, she started feeling more relaxed and sexual. In fact, she felt so good that Ryan and her partner negotiated the rights to bring Scentuelle to North America. They saw a huge potential with 78+ million aging baby boomers facing the 'use it or lose it' dilemma.

"I'm not the only one dealing with a fading libido," says Ryan. She was right. Less than a year after being introduced in Europe in 2005, over a quarter of a million women were using the product.

"Smell has been the most enigmatic and least understood of all our senses but its importance to our quality of life is incalculable," explains Dr. George Dodd, a biochemist and the head researcher on the Scentuelle development team. A patch for men, using the same technology, became available in the U.K. last fall.

Simply place the small, transparent patch in a discreet place, such as the inside of the wrist, and smell it regularly throughout the day. Scentuelle begins to work from the first sniff and its effect is cumulative, building to an optimum level after three weeks. Since the patch is non transdermal, nothing enters the bloodstream so there are no side effects. A doctor's prescription is not required. Currently Scentuelle is only available online at: http://www.ScentuellePatch.com

With Cupid just around the corner, it's time for women to start feeling sexy again. Scentuelle can make this a Valentine's Day to remember - and keep that passion burning all year-round.


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