There are many perfumes and fragranced body sprays (mists, deodorants, etc) advertised to make you more desirable and draw droves of admirers towards you.
However, while it may seem that perfumes help to make you appear sexier, there is no scientific evidence that fragrance is an aphrodisiac. However there is no doubt that our sense of smell is linked to our sexuality and some experts believe that the hormones secreted by the glands in our armpit and groin act as sexual attractants. The cocktail of these hormones blended with the confident/mysterious aura of your fragrance can definitely boost your sex appeal.
So while perfumes don't necessarily contain these pheromones, we can't say no to someone who smells good, especially someone wearing a Waft creation, so go ahead and spray away!