• Smell Does Matter, and So Do You.

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    Rose-oil-AromatherapyRoses are widely considered as the most beautiful flower in the world. It is incomparably alluring to the eyes and has distinctive quality of fragrance.It was disclosed by Natural Health News last June 3, 2014, that the use of pleasantly scented products such as facial creams and perfumes may have an influence on how attractive others may find you. And for the record, red rose have been used to invoke even the hardest of hearts.

    Recent study from Monell Chemical Senses Center delved the long-held belief that it involves two distinct perceptual processing methods in judging attractiveness; attractiveness is regarded as an emotional process whilel judgement of age are believed to be cognitive.What they found was that,in the presence of odours these pathways can blend.

    Studies were conducted which was partly sponsored by Unilever and later published in the journal PLOS ONE, 18 young adult, two thirds of them are female were asked to rate the attractiveness and age of eight females presented in photographs an d for the record,the images varies differently in terms of ageing features.

    In the process of evaluation,one of five odours were released simultaneously.The subjects were then asked to rate the age of the same faces presented,the attractiveness of which and the pleasantness of the odour.The scientist found that odour considerably influenced the ratings of facial attractiveness.

    Some research had been done in the same area.A diminutive study in 2007 found that male faces looks more attractive in the presence of pleasant aroma.

    Merging pathways

    The new study from Monell Chemical Senses Center, in Philadelphia was designed to explore the long-held belief that that judging attractiveness and age involve two distinct perceptual processing methods: attractiveness is regarded as an emotional process while judgements of age are believed to be cognitive, or rationally-based.


    What it found was that, in the presence of odours these pathways can merge.

    “Odour pleasantness and facial attractiveness integrate into one joint emotional evaluation,” said lead author Janina Seubert, PhD, a cognitive neuroscientist who was a post-doctoral fellow at Monell at the time the research was conducted.

    “This may indicate a common site of neural processing in the brain.”

    In the study, which was part sponsored by Unilever and published in the  journal PLOS ONE, 18 young adults, two thirds of whom were female, were asked to rate the attractiveness and age of eight female faces, presented as photographs. The images varied in terms of …

    As stated in Organic Facts , a site that divulge information unbiasedly on organic food, benefit of food and home remedy, ROSE OIL is exclaimed as the 2014 Best Skin Tightener.

    The hallmark of rose oil can be attributed to its properties as an antidepressant, antiphlogistic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antiviral, aphrodisiac, astringent, bactericidal, cholagogue, cicatrisant, depurative, emenagogue, haemostatic, hepatic, laxative, nervine, stomachic and uterine substance.

    We know about the psychological and medicinal attribute of Rose,more importantly,lets not just end up sitting,reading and scrolling this viewed article.

    Let’s explore,appreciate  and have the savvy kind needed to be more attractive not just to the eyes of others ,but  to the eyes of most.


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