"Are Pheromones a Secret Weapon for Dating?"
ATHENA PHEROMONES win the speed-dating "twins test" for 19 out of 20 siblings as ABC news program 20/20 features the love potions.
...As seen on ABC's 20/20 primetime news program, December 9, 2005.
ABC 2020 also interviewed Dr. Winnifred Cutler, who developed the pheromone products and was not surprised by the positive results of the show's fun, if non-scientific, twins' test.
|-||FROM 20/20's Interview with Dr. Cutler:
"I think our product is the only product that has any proof behind its claims," said biologist Winnifred Cutler, a leading pheromone champion and owner of the Athena Institute, which manufactures and sells pheromone products.
From 20/20's Report in New York City:
To test whether these potions helped people find romance, "20/20" sent sets of 20-something male and female twins to a speed-dating event and gave them each a scent -- one twin in each set received a scent containing Cutler's pheromones. No one knew who had what.
|Athena Institute was pleased to be a part of the 20/20 program and its positive results. This was the second time an ABC national primetime program featured Athena Pheromones (see below).
Actual Athena customers have been reporting their own results for years (names have been changed for privacy):
|The 20/20 Program also addressed the forty-something singles:
Can Pheromones Give a 40-Something A Boost?
..."Women in their 40s are not excreting the same level of pheromones they might have been when they were in their 20s or their 30s," Cutler said. "Adding the pheromone to their perfume can be just the kick that restores some of what they thought they had lost."
To see whether it would work for them, "20/20" asked Kathleen and Lisa Ann, both in their 40s and single, to wear pheromones every day for three months and to keep a video diary of their experience...
In one report, Kathleen said she was getting more attention on the street, while Lisa Ann was initially more skeptical, finding only subtle changes. After one month, the two compared notes -- Kathleen's dates were up to three or four a week ...
So at least in these nonscientific studies, pheromones might increase sex appeal. (20/20 December 5, 2005)
Recently published research on Athena Pheromones is what attracted the ABC producers to contact Athena Institute and Dr. Winnifred Cutler. Conducted by independent scholars and published in peer-reviewed journals ( Physiology and Behavior, 2002. and Journal of Sex Research, 2004) , two double-blind, placebo- controlled studies showed that Athena Pheromones work to increase romantic attention compared to placebo.
Back in 1986 Dr. Cutler's discovery of human pheromones at the University of Pennsylvania, was reported in TIME, NEWSWEEK and a front page story in the WASHINGTON POST newspaper. In 1993, working independently, she developed a synthesized copy of the natural human pheromones produced and broadcast into the air by sexually attractive persons in their 20's.
The first ABC News Prime Time program in 1998 conducted their own 'twins test' on Athena Pheromones and reported that "the results astonished us". The female twin wearing Athena Pheromone 10:13 was approached by 30 guys in the New York bar singles scene, compared to her sister who attracted only 11 approaches. Said the girls, "It was incredible, truly."
Her products are odorless liquids to be added to perfumes, colognes and aftershaves. Her scientific testing of Athena Pheromone 10X for men and Athena Pheromone 10:13 for women demonstrated effectiveness in increasing romantic attention from the opposite sex.
|Visit Athena's Website at www.athenainstitute.com. for more customer feedback and scientific background. The pheromones used above can be ordered online, or by calling 610-827-2200.|