The Sensual Scents libido patch is an attractive alternative for health conscious boomers.

Never before have people planned so well for healthy retirement years. However, with additional two to three decades of "golden years" expected for Baby Boomers, the alarm is sounding over prescription and over-the-counter drugs – including sexuality enhancers from the female libido enhancer to Viagra. As the baby boomer generation weighs carefully the short-term gain versus long-term consequences, alternatives are sought, such as the Sensual Scents, a female libido enhancer. [http://www.scenttherapy.com/products-sensual.asp].

Sexuality (and the loss of it) is a big concern with this generation. While aging men's libidos aren't usually what needs some help in the bedroom, women especially want to learn how to increase libido. Over 35 million baby boomer females are entering their menopause years, and many are understandably shunning traditional hormonal replacement therapy, which has come under FDA scrutiny for good reason.

At the same time, many men are finding that Viagra and its cousins may be exacting a high price in health for their artificial ability to help with erection maintenance.
Women have similar concerns with what is offered to them. Proctor and Gamble’s Intrinsa was banned by the FDA, and without longitudinal safety studies made on this drug's counterparts, women are understandably looking further than their drugstores for ways to enhance sexual desire.
“We’ve bought into the band-aid approach to health... the short-term solution," points out Linda Ryan, president of The Sense of Smell Lab. Ryan adds. "But boomers are beginning to realize that with several decades of living ahead of them, the drugs they take today could have dire consequences come tomorrow.”

The Sense of Smell lab is a leading developer of products that influence emotion and behavior through the sense of smell. A science that has long been practiced in other parts of the world, such as Japan, where peppermint scent has been used in the work place as a healthy alternative to caffeine.

As the popularity of alternative health products reach never seen before levels, companies are working to meet this unprecedented demand with healthy, safe, non-invasive products. One such product, and a very promising one, is Sensual Scents [http://www.scenttherapy.com/products-sensual.asp]. This scentuelle potion in a patch uses the sense of smell to enhance sexual desire. The sexy fusion does not enter the bloodstream and the product is drug free with no side effects.

As millions of baby boomers head into retirement with concerns about how to increase libido, they will be happy to find that one of the safest and most effective answers is right under their nose!

Author's Bio: 

Luke Vorstermans is the founder of The Sense of Smell Lab, a world leader in the development of innovative products that use our sense of smell to influence behavior, trigger memories, manage cravings, enhance moods and improve sexual health. Learn more about enhancing your emotional health at: www.scenttherapy.com