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Weight loss through perfume: Too good to be true?

by timetospa August 1, 2012
Weight loss through perfume: Too good to be true?

Do you love the smell of flowers in the morning or have a soft spot for the warm, buttery aroma of vanilla? Exquisite fragrances can leave you smelling great and can be a wonderful way for you to make your mark on the world. But did you know that some perfumes claim they can help you lose weight?

A recently released French perfume claims it can help women gain trimmer figures. What's the secret? According to Britain's Daily Mail, the perfume contains betaphroline, which stimulates the release of beta-endorphins and causes wearers to feel more content, thus decreasing the tendency to overeat.

While more than 6,000 people have joined the waiting list for this hard to access miracle perfume, some remain skeptical of this too-good-to-be-true perfume's ability to facilitate weight loss.

"Betaphroline is a neurocosmetic, which means it only has an effect on the skin or body if your mind is tricked into thinking it will have that effect," cosmetic chemist Ron Robinson told Allure Magazine.

For a more reliable way to shed those stubborn pounds, consider adopting a new workout and diet regimen. A product like Jou Why Weight Dietary Supplement, which helps reactivate your body's fat-burning process, can provide an excellent boost to your new routine!



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