They claim that, with tissue from inside someone’s mouth, the app can match people with others they are most likely to find attractive. The name is a combination of the words “pheromone” -- the small molecules sent from the body and smelled by the people around us -- and “amour”, the French word for love.
Love from science The company says their app is based on 40 years of research showing there are 11 genetic markers proven by scientists to be "responsible for attraction." Asma Mirza is the company’s chief and co-creator.
Pheramor names a study from the 1990s called "The Sweaty T-shirt Experiment." In that study, women rated clothing worn for three days by individual men.
The scientists found that women were more attracted to the scent of a man whose genetics were more different than their own.
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Creators of a new dating app are using people’s genetics to help people find love.
For men who have had experience with both Nude Alpha and Voodoo--when do you use one vs. Voodoo just seems to act more approachable and feels a lot warmer for me.
They both seem designed to have an emotional impact on women with whom you're seeking a Long Term Relationship. I'd be more inclined to "hook" with NA in a bar or another venue or social outing.
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