A 2013 study shows that a positive mood is known to facilitate women's sexual response, and increased focus improves sexual satisfaction. Good news, there is no need for a very complicated perfume to achieve this state. And this for both sex. When it comes to aphrodisiacal properties, perfumes and colognes simply can’t compete with easily accessible natural scents such as vanilla, cinnamon and basil.
In an 1898 book, Dr. John King recommended vanilla extract to “stimulate the sexual propensities.” Vanilla’s positive effects are particularly strong among older men. Vanilla is a natural aphrodisiac that simultaneously induces euphoria and relaxation. According to Dr. Craig Warren of the Sense of Smell Institute, “Vanilla produces the feeling of happiness universally around the world. Of all the materials that go in fragrances, vanilla is the most liked globally”.
So imagine the scene, you invite her/him for a last coffee after a night out. She/he comes in and your house is filled with a beautiful Vanilla scent. We bet your coffee machine will remained turn off.