I realized that men can be dumb, and the way these supplies are marketed reflects that.
Well, if you look at a random female-oriented body wash, for example, the bottle and the whole packaging highlights what exactly is in the product. So it has coconut oil, aloe vera, jujuba what not, pomegranate, you could actually make a freaking salad in there. Females apparently care about what is inside the product.
Not with men.
I noticed that these products that are geared for men, such as male body wash, and so forth, do not really describe what is inside. Men apparently don't care whether their body wash has aloe vera or pomegranate. Instead, they care about something else.
I noticed that these male products are bottled in a way that makes men think that they can attract women by simply using these products. Heck, this body wash has pheromones! Oh, by simply using this after shave, you can magnetize girls! Really? So no matter how ugly you are, just use this product and you will increase contact with the opposite sex.
Wow. And men fall for that? Apparently so, because if they don't, then this method of product placement would cease, but it still is being done, so obviously it is working.
Do men really think that women operate by just pheromones? That women will get attracted to you simply by smelling a certain product? That I suppose is a very animalistic view of humanity. And here I am thinking that we are higher level cognizant beings.