Liquid Trust Review

Liquid Trust

When mothers hear the word oxytocin, they likely think of the hormone used to speed up the birth-giving process. What they might not know, however, is that oxytocin is used by the body for many other purposes, such as regulating orgasms and building trust between partners. It’s actually a pheromone secreted by the body naturally, that works to cement bonds between partners and lovers.

So it was with great excitement, and veiled skepticism, that I decided to take a look at Liquid Trust, which is the world’s first oxytocin-based pheromone product designed not to seduce, but to build trust.

I could picture it now, using Liquid Trust Pheromones during a sales presentation, or in a meeting with my boss where I might press for a promotion. If it worked, it would be golden, but if Liquid Trust was a scam, then I’d be severely disappointed. Found out more in the following Liquid Trust Review.


Liquid TrustLiquid Trust is a product made by Love Scent, which is a reputable company headquartered in Hotchkiss, Colorado. They manufacturer a variety of pheromone products, such as Chikara and Scent of Eros, among others.

According to their product page, Liquid Trust is a body spray used to increase trust with everyone you come into contact with, using oxytocin as the base. The bottle is a 1/4 oz serving, which comes unscented so that it can be used with other perfumes or colognes.


Unlike other pheromone products, which are usually applied to pulse points, Liquid Trust appears to work best when it is sprayed to the front of the body, where you will be most likely to make contact with the other person you want to build trust with.

The price of each 1/4 ounce bottle is $29.95, and it’s said to work both with men and women. The one caveat I found with its effective use is that if you use too much, it will not only lower the inhibitions of those around you but for you as well. In other words, it will also work on you too! So be careful when using it. You can learn more at

Liquid Trust Research

While looking for liquid trust user feedback and Liquid Trust reviews, I found several people that mentioned that you should establish some sort of relationship with the target before using it, which makes sense. No amount of pheromones can overcome hostility or anxiety. That being said, it can take the edge off to help you get close if you use it over time in several meetings with a particular person.

Here’s what one user said:

“I’ve had the best results when I’ve sprayed three or four sprays half an hour to an hour before the meeting, and then three or four sprays (on clothes) just before. I’ve seen surprisingly strong affiliation behavior in meetings with tough people. In one case a hard-nosed operator continued the conversation walking out and then standing on the street”

The danger for me has been becoming reckless with that level of Oxytocin. The hormone reduces fear and a little caution can be a good thing in meetings. I have overstepped the mark when dosed up.”

As you can see, it’s important to remember that these are highly effective chemicals, and the proper care should be taken when using them.


  • Inexpensive
  • Easy to use
  • Unscented


    • Requires several uses to be effective
    • Untested
    • Can be dangerous
    • Might not work in combination with other pheromones


So it turns out that while liquid trust is not a scam, it also can be tough to get a handle on. Since it’s a new product, and new product type, I’d like to see a bit more research released about the effects of inhaled oxytocin before being able to give it my full recommendation. It can also be dangerous if used improperly, which is why I give it a final rating of 3.5/5 stars.


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