Pheromones are the natural odors that act as mood enhancers and sexual attractants. There may be several humans pheromones that serve various purposes. For example, newborn babies seek our their mother’s nipple in response to a “nipple seeking pheromone” secreted in the nipple area. (This may also scientifically explain certain obsessions of teen-age boys.)
A primary source of pheromones are the apocrine glands that are associated with hair follicles. Studies of the action of copper peptides have found, that in addition to promoting skin renewal, they increase the size of the apocrine glands. As we get older, the secretion of sexual pheromones decreases which decreases our pheromone associated attraction to others. It is highly probable that the application of copper-peptides to the skin increases the production of attractive pheromones.