It can be a little bewildering these days, trying to work out what exactly it is that women find attractive in men. Today’s batch of young Hollywood heart-throbs often look like they’d be more at home at the manicurists than a power tool shop.

It might be tempting to abandon any hope of uncovering the logic behind what makes men look good to women. But thanks to some creative new research, it seems science finally has a few solid answers to this age old question.
 

Better Immune System = Better Chance at Getting Women

New research shows that women tend to rate male faces as more attractive when they belong to men with high testosterone levels. Men with features like chiselled cheekbones, lantern jaws.

The researchers also found a link between high Testosterone levels and good immune function; the men who scored highest on both scales also given the highest attractiveness rating by women.

These results are more important than they may sound. As while previous studies have found a link between immune function and Testosterone levels, this is the first time a direct link has been uncovered between immune function and perceived attractiveness to women.

There’s a clear logic behind this finding that women are more attracted to men with better immune function: as any potential offspring from would in turn be likely to possess healthy immune system genes, and be more likely to thrive and succeed.

What’s less obvious is the underlying mechanism. How is it that women can accurately discern a man’s Testosterone levels from his facial features?
 

Handicap Theory

The official explanation for this is what is sometimes called the ‘Handicap Theory’.

In many mammalian species, male features that attract female attention usually bring a kind of physical handicap or impediment  – such as a peacock’s tail feathers, a lion’s mane, or even a stag’s antlers. These features are great for courtship signalling but usually come with disadvantages in other areas of life. Therefore, so the theory goes, only the more robust, healthy males can afford to devote extra time and resources to maintaining them.

And while having a chiselled jawline might not seem like that much of a disadvantage, experts contend that in practice it’s still essentially the same principle.
 

Testosterone the Key

It seems the key factor behind a man’s attractiveness package is testosterone. Which in many ways makes a lot of sense. Not only does testosterone produce a masculine facial traits, it’s also responsible for general muscle tone, vitality and confidence.
And as Hollywood has been telling us for decades, confidence is a huge advantage when it comes to attracting members of the opposite sex.  Some experts have gone so far as to say that confidence is actually the most attractive trait a man can even possess. After all, as has been pointed out time and time again, a women’s most powerful sexual organ is her mind.
 

Boost Your Testosterone – The Natural Way

Unfortunately, declining testosterone levels are a natural part of aging. If you’ve been feeling a little lacking in the vigorous energy and confidence department, a natural testosterone boost may be just the ticket.

A great way to achieve this is with Herbal Ignite. Herbal Ignite is not a testosterone supplement – it works naturally, via tribulus terrestris,  to promote your body to produce more of its own testosterone.  Like it did when you were a few decades younger!  In the fourteen years it’s been on the market, Herbal Ignite has helped thousands of men experience renewed vitality and vigor – not to mention a renewed love life!

What do you think? Is the spirit willing, but the flesh weak? Why not try Herbal Ignite today and see the results for yourself.