If you’re looking for a REAL review on Pherlure (not one designed to try and sell a crappy product), you’re in the right place.
I actually tried this product in the beginning stages of my pheromone journey. The reason I haven’t written about it was because I completely forgot about it, until I started seeing ads for the product EVERYWHERE.
It only re-sparked my interest because I found the old bottle in one of my bags. It didn’t work 2 years ago as I recalled, and thought maybe I just didn’t have the keen eye for detail to pick out when it’s working or not.
… I gave it another shot a few weeks ago, and didn’t find any effects as expected. I gave it a “more than fair” test as well to determine it’s effectiveness. Nothing. Zip. Nada.
I tested it at work, around my girlfriend, female friends, strangers in public, for at least a week. I didn’t find a single thing out of the ordinary, and I’m pretty good at knowing when real pheromone products are doing their thing.
The only decent thing it had going for it was it’s fresh scent – which was average at best. Nothing mind blowing. Anyway, I decided to do some research online, to see if others had experienced effects or whether it was just straight up bullshit.
As I expected, there’s very few people who have got results from using Pherlure.
During this research, I also stumbled onto some SHOCKING information on Pherlure’s disgusting marketing tricks…
I’m not sure when it launched exactly, but it was in the early 2000’s from what I gather.
Turns out, it really is pure BS. And not just because the Pherlure pheromone product doesn’t work.
… but because company behind it has been involved in lying about studies they supposedly conducted, and completely fabricated a pheromone molecule that doesn’t exist.
Yes, you heard right…
Pherlure is a company that tried to FABRICATE a pheromone molecule and studies on it.
I’ll explain in a sec, but firstly — why are there so many “Pherlure review” sites on the internet saying it’s a good product?
If you search Google for “Pherlure review” or “Pherlure scam”, you’ll probably get pages and pages of fake review websites.
These fake review websites are designed to do one thing – make a profit from you, by referring a sale.
While I myself make a small commission from recommending products, I keep it real all the way. There’s no fluffing, no bullshit, and no unrealistic expectations.
Unlike Pherlure, I don’t fabricate lies in order to sell something.
So let me stack up the evidence. In their old marketing, they created a website specifically for a FAKE pheromone molecule called “Di-Dehydroepiandrosterone”.
They claimed that the University of Chicago had studied the pheromone, and “proved” there was a 62.4% increase in sexual activity.
They removed it once people caught on.
However, it gets even more embarrassing for them because it’s in the “wayback machine” (internet archive by Google) – a site that indexes everything on the internet.
So even if it gets deleted, you can still view the information in the future.
Here’s an excerpt of the fake study:
“Subjects were supplemented with Di-Dehydroepiandrosterone in a fragrance marketed under the trade name “pherlure” (n=43) or a placebo fragrance (n=41) for the 12 weeks… The total journalized sexual intercourse activity levels increased in the Di-Dehydroepiandrosterone group by 62.4%, respectively, in contrast to the placebo group which increased by 2.8%”
If there really was a study done by the University of Chicago, then there would be medical journals (such as Pubmed or NCBI) citing the resource.
There is absolutely NO evidence that a pheromone molecule called “di-dehydroepiandrosterone” exists or existed. In fact, there is NO credible resource whatsoever that has information on the supposed molecule.
The only “evidence” comes from fabricated websites to try and pass it off as a real pheromone molecule.
There were also claims that the University of Illinois conducted the exact same study. They had clearly changed it, when the University of Chicago caught onto the fact Pherlure was using it to sell their products.
Some other important things to note:
- There were 2 other websites that “referenced” false studies from the University of Illinois and Chicago. They were wondersinscience.com and ihealthjournal.com. However, they’ve been REMOVED. They can ONLY have the sites removed, if they actually own it.
- The reason they can’t get the fake study from above removed, is because it’s not their property. Clearly, they don’t want word to spread about their shady behaviour.
This speaks volumes about the credibility of “Pherlure” and “Pherlure review” sites that actually try and promote this product.
What do you think about Pherlure now?
If it’s too good to be true, it probably is. Pherlure is a company with a dubious pheromone product, and I have proof that they are willing to go TOO far with their marketing.
They made up an imaginary chemical, invented a study showing that it works, and created web sites to “prove” their own claims. There are no listed authors, which every scientific study requires to be legitimate. How else can studies be verified by other institutions or individuals?
I understand that not everyone is as savvy as me, and might actually find the website compelling. While they have cleaned up their act, it’s still 2 thumbs down from me.
They don’t make these claims anymore, but the evidence is still available on the internet. I would never give my money to scam artists like the owners of Pherlure.
The very least they could have done is create a product that works “half decent”, so it wouldn’t be a total waste of time and money. Unfortunately, even that seems to be an impossible prospect for the likes of this company. Also be aware of a company called Pherazone which uses similar hype to sell their shitty product.
It’s up to you to decide whether to believe the hype. I’ve provided my own experiences of the product, and discovered some foul play Pherlure engaged in.
I urge you to NOT support their marketing machine and avoid buying their product.
There are much better products on the market that don’t cross the line to try and sell you their products.
I have to say that I was pretty pissed off that people will go this low just to try and sell something. Wouldn’t it just be easier to create a fantastic product, and THEN promote the hell out of it? I didn’t write an in-depth review of Pherlure itself, because it doesn’t do anything in the first place.
Thanks for reading. Hope you make an informed decision 😀
P.S. Check out some of the products I actually approve of. Your money is way better spent on legit pheromone products that have been tested thoroughly by myself and others.
- “Bad Wolf” by Liquid Alchemy Labs (Wolf on CRACK)
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- Nude Alpha by Liquid Alchemy Labs (“The One” Effect)