Women love things that smell nice, but so do men! They just don't usually spend as much time describing the smells that they love, so often women are left wondering about what types of scents men are most attracted to. Below is a list of several different natural scents that attract men.
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Rose Hip Oil
Rose hip oil is an ancient wonder oil that has many and varied uses, but most modern-day shampoos contain this gorgeous fragrance. With a light and slightly tangy aroma, men are unmistakably attracted to the scent of this oil---ever wonder why he always compliments you on your clean-smelling hair?
Men are automatically attracted to the smell of cooking oatmeal. Whether it is brewing in a pot on the stove for breakfast or being used as part of a biscuit or cake batter, men will instantly be drawn to the smell of cooking oatmeal. Consider this when you see oatmeal soaps and cleaners on the market for the shower around the house.
Although they don't often love cutting it, men are attracted to the smell of freshly-cut grass. A very natural and "raw" smell, sometimes this fragrance can be mimicked in air fresheners and other fragrance products purely to attract men.
Similar to Rose hip oil, patchouli is an earthly and old-fashioned fragrance that appeals to men for its woody and natural scent. You can find patchouli natural oils and perfumes for personal use and around the home or garden.
Often used in camping equipment supplies and mosquito coils, citronella is an attractive natural scent for men.
Often reminding them of playing outside in their childhood, lavender oil is derived directly from the high-flowering lavender tree and has a very powerful smell that naturally attracts men for its "relaxation" properties.