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Pherlure Review: Is It a Scam?

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Are you interested in pheromone colognes? Before you considering using pheromones it’s of vital interest that you first understand how they work and what they do. Today I want to make a quick review of a particular pheromone called Pherlure.

Some of you may have heard about it in on the internet. Pheromones play a pivotal role in understanding the human sexual attraction. Per definition, pheromones are defined as chemical attractants released by mammals to attract the opposite sex.

Introduction

Pherlure is yet another product in the already overcrowded pheromone market that uses a sexy woman on the home page to try and sell a pheromone cologne to men looking to increase their seduction power.

While I have no doubt that pheromones work, the question I had was is Pherlure a scam designed to use fancy product packaging to rip people off, or a true pheromone product made from a company that understands the industry, and uses research to design products, rather than marketing.

So it was with this sentiment that I set out to review Pherlure Pheromone Cologne, starting with the parent company.

About

This is a question I had a hard time answering as part of this Pherlure Review, as it isn’t listed on their product page and because their domain WHOIS returns a private registry.

It turns out that a company called iOnline Order, who have chosen to abstain from listing customer service information, is the manufacturer, and who handles refunds and complaints.

What is Pherlure?

Pherlure has a formula for both men and for women, which I think works better because of the specific nature of male and female body hormones. It has been featured in several magazines, such as Maxim, and has a dedicated research department to ensure that the chemicals are synthesized and tested properly.

Pherlure is best applied to the neck, wrist, and behind the ears, using a single pump spray per region. It lasts 4-8 hours and comes in a single 1 fluid ounce bottle.

Does It Work?

PherlurePherlure isn’t the most inexpensive product on the market, priced at $49.99 per bottle, but it’s not the most expensive either. In fact, if you buy two bottles, you get a third for free.

I found a review of the website at AskMen.com when researching the web for other Pherlure reviews, which had this to say:

“Hey, we need all the help we can get with the ladies, so this site is definitely one that guys should be checking out. A product that makes women more attracted and responsive to you is definitely useful.”

Also, there were several other legitimate websites and magazines that had positive things to say about Pherlure, which puts them well ahead of their competitors. With so many media mentions, it’s hard to imagine that the Pherlure is a scam.

Their website also has a great comparison chart comparing their product to some of the other popular brands on the market. Looking at that chart, Pherlure is clearly a step ahead in many categories.

Pros

  • Backed by legitimate press agencies
  • Easy to apply
  • Blend for men and women

Cons

  • Small bottle

Final Review

If we were judging this product based on its website, then we’d probably give it a poor rating, but because we’re ranking products and not sales pages, I’m happy to give Pherlure a 4/5 star rating.

They’ve done their job of letting people test the product, and have a clear refund policy for anyone that’s not happy with their purchase. With a 30-day money back guarantee, it’s worthwhile to test it and you can’t go wrong.

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