'Man-Attracting Perfume' Put to the Test (VIDEO)

Eau FlirtA perfume called Eau Flirt is making headlines right now --

It's a perfume designed by a Harvard grad student to subconsciously attract men to you through the combination of two familiar scents that have been tested and proven to remind men of "happy, positive, and stimulating memories," according to the Eau Flirt website.

The scent has attracted so much media attention, in fact, that CBS News actually put it to the test.

A reporter put Eau Flirt on one wrist and the old standby, Chanel Perfume, on the other, then took to the streets and asked random men to tell her which scent they preferred.

Watch the video and see their surprising reactions -- after the jump!


Check out this video from CBS and see for yourself what happened.

Surprised? I was!

Particularly after I read which scents were getting the men's attention ...

Eau Flirt is a combination of lavender and pumpkin pie!

What the ...?

At any rate, the story has me wanting to try Eau Flirt for myself. It might come in handy the next time I need to butter up my husband ...

Eau Flirt is available online for $55 for a 1.7-oz. bottle.

Would you buy it?


Image via Harvey Prince

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