The new Hormone Paris perfume house has released a collection of five fragrances named after human hormones: serotonin, dopamine, kisspeptin, adrenaline and oxytocin. According to the brand, hormones can affect human behavior as well as our activity, and perfumes can affect the level of hormones in the body. In fact it is not really surprising that someone thought of putting out such a perfume, especially in light of the long known fact that perfume ingredients can affect our mood, and behavior. In this case, the brand owners decided to choose the one that best suited their fragrances, and hope that these fragrances could indeed behave like human hormones. The term "hormones" was first coined by physiologist professor Ernest Starling in a lecture he gave in 1905 which addressed the issue of the chemical correlation of body functions. His lecture was given by the distinguished professor at the Royal College of Physicians in London. He defined the word hormones as "the chemical messengers that move rapidly from cell to cell along the bloodstream and may coordinate the activity and growth of various parts of the body." In short, these are chemicals designed for signaling and produced by cells in the body that affect cells in other parts of the body - today over a hundred hormones are known. They stimulate and slow down the development of the body, regulate sleep, metabolism and the immune system, quickly change the mood and stimulate sexual attraction. Of course, learning and knowing the hormones is used to invent hormonal contraceptives, in-vitro fertilization and various hormonal medications. The idea of Hormone Paris is to create fragrances that are similar to hormones in their action. It may seem strange at first thought, since hormones work much more efficiently. But when one remembers the pheromone craze one can understand and perhaps even thank popular scientists, who told the general public what adrenaline and serotonin are. And once the knowledge about hormones became widespread, it was only a matter of time before the idea materialized in the perfume world. And of course, in this case the most famous hormones will be the ones to star. The hormone serotonin has been dubbed the "happiness hormone" and the "good mood hormone." Indeed when its level in the body rises it produces a feeling of euphoria that helps to avoid depression. But the truth is that its fame as a mood-enhancing hormone exceeds the fame of its effect in other processes in the human body such as blood clotting, digestion, inflammatory reactions and anti-allergic effect. In the fragrance of the perfume Serotonin, Hormone Paris blends the perfume ingredients known for their stimulating and mood-enhancing effects to create a soft and powdery fragrance. So if chocolates, tanning, exercise and long sleep no longer help you improve your mood, you can try this perfume. Inside the perfume you will find coffee, basil, amber, vanilla, tobacco, tonka beans, cinnamon, coumarin, white musk, white orchid. Another Hormone Paris perfume is Adrenaline. The hormone is known to participate in the physiological response of body mobility in a way that forces the person to make immediate decisions to eliminate the threat. This hormone is released during danger, anxiety, stress, trauma, or intense physical activity. In this case and through ingredients with a strong rich scent and successful trees this perfume manages to encourage the one who puts it on his skin before a difficult task. The perfume contains incense, amber, sandalwood, pine, cloves, oud, geranium, rose, amber, cashmere, saffron. But if you are looking for something soothing then the perfume Oxytocin, targets a hormone known as the confidence hormone. Its purpose is to evoke feelings of calm, kindness and contentment, to reduce the level of fear. The hormone itself helps autistic people express emotions better, and make men more attractive.