You can get paid £500 to test a beard love potion

Alice Mosey

From Digital Spy

Is your beard, bank account and love life in need of some TLC? Or maybe you're just fed up of wasting your time on dating apps? The swiping right and small talk that leads nowhere can get boring VERY quickly. We get it.

Which is why we thought we'd be first to inform you about the latest love potion that will turn your romances, finances and pampering regime around.

Independent British beard-grooming brand Mo Bro's is nearing the launch of the first ever pheromone-infused beard oil in the UK and you'll even get paid to try it. Curious?

The 'love potion' (aka beard oil) is called "The Aphrodite" and claims to help men with facial hair find love by adding Androstadienone and Androstenol, which is reported to 'significantly affect the mood of heterosexual women and homosexual men'.

Photo credit: Mo Bro's

"Pheromone-infused products aren't a new trend, however what is new is infusing these potent pheromones in a concentrated beard oil. A study has shown that when Androstadienone is put on a woman's upper lip, her mood and focus improves, which has a positive impact on her sexual response," explained Kunal Dattani, co-founder of Mo Bro's.

"We like to think of it as a scientifically proven, product version of Will Smith in Hitch, with our aim to help the bearded Albert's of the world!"

Okay, it's no Cupid. Mo Bro's is just relaunching its classic beard oil mixed with pheromones you usually find in fragrance. But some may argue it's better because the manufacturer is looking to pay £500 to volunteers willing to test it before putting the product on general sale.

Want to sign up? Go right here!

The conditioning Argan and Jojoba oil is estimated to retail online at Mo Bro's for £55 for a 30ml bottle.

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