Your Guide To Testing A New Pheromone

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Happy Friday, Love Scent fans!

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Now, on to today’s topic: a guide to testing a new pheromone!

As we’ve said plenty of times before, it can take time to find the right pheromone for you. Everyone responds to pheromones differently, and a product that works perfectly for one person might not work at all for someone else. This is due to a lot of factors that influence your personal body chemistry: age, appearance, exercise levels, diet, and so on.

For example, a young, active, tall, and very muscular man probably already has high testosterone levels. That, in turn, means that he produces naturally high levels of sex pheromones. Adding a very potent sexual product on top of those natural pheromones, and on top of an already-intimidating appearance, can backfire. He could appear overbearing and aggressive rather than appealing, and women might be too timid around him to make a connection. For this man, a pheromone containing a good dose of social pheromones would be a better bet.

On the other hand, an older, less-physically-active man with a more “average” body type could probably benefit from a strong sex pheromone. His natural testosterone levels are likely lower, so he doesn’t have to worry about a sex pheromone overdose. The pheromones would also give him an aura of confidence and authority that he doesn’t always have. So he doesn’t have to hesitate to use a potent product, even though a potent product wouldn’t work well for other men.

All that said, even the above examples might not be true for everyone. Plenty of young, physically large men benefit from using sex pheromones, and plenty of older, more physically slight men can have better luck with social pheromones. This is because the people who respond to your pheromones have all kinds of variable factors of their own! Pheromones’ success also depends a lot on the preferences of the person you’re trying to attract.

As you can see, finding the right pheromone for you can be a multi-step process. The first pheromone you try won’t always work perfectly for you, and that’s okay! That doesn’t mean you need to give up on pheromones. You might just need to try a different product.

So, where should you begin in choosing a new pheromone? And how do you start testing a new pheromone? Read on!



When choosing a new pheromone, think about (a) what you want pheromones to do for you and (b) what factors you need to take into account.

Do you want a pheromone that will help you sexually attract people? Or something that will help you get along better with people in all areas of your life? Or are you mostly interested in a versatile product that can serve many different purposes?

Once you’ve decided what kind of pheromone you want, think about any personal factors that you should take into account. For example, if you know (or suspect) that you have high testosterone levels, you should think carefully before trying strong sex pheromones. (This is true regardless of your gender, by the way!) If people find you physically intimidating, that’s another reason to reconsider a strong sexual product.

Researching different pheromone products is always useful, too! Read reviews, have a look at the Love Scent forum and its archives, and search our blog for different products and tips. Think of other users’ feedback as a generalized guide: remember, what worked for someone else might not work the same for you. But reading up on others’ experiences can give you great ideas for where to start!



Once you’ve chosen a pheromone, you can start experimenting. Testing a new pheromone isn’t difficult, and can actually be a fun process, but there are a few things to keep in mind.

First, know how people usually respond to you. This is important, because it will help you tell whether the pheromones are affecting those around you. You might have already thought about this while choosing a pheromone to test out. If you haven’t thought about it before, pay attention to the people around you for a few days. Are they comfortable around you? Intimidated? Flirty, but unwilling to make a move? Make note of all of it!

If you’re not sure how to read people’s responses to you, brush up on your body language reading skills. Actually, it’s a good idea to review body language even if you think you know enough! There are a lot of misconceptions about body language that float around. Take a bit of time to check that your assumptions are accurate. You might learn something new!

Once you’ve got a sense of how people respond to you without pheromones, and are comfortable reading body language, you’re ready for testing. Apply the recommended amount of pheromones to your pulse points and make note of how people’s responses to you change–or whether they change at all. If there’s no change, you might need a higher dose of the pheromones. If people are responding poorly, maybe by acting timid or agitated, you might need a lower or diluted dose, or a new product altogether.

You will probably benefit from testing a new pheromone in a variety of situations. Trying it out on different people, and in different places, can give you more information. Remember: people respond to pheromones differently, so the pheromone you’re testing might work better on some people than others. The same person can even respond differently on different days! We recommend testing a new pheromone for several weeks at least, and making sure you try it out on as many different people as possible.

Remember, too, that there are a lot of factors at play while you’re testing a new pheromone. Your appearance, body language, behavior, communication skills, and even cologne or perfume will influence how people respond to pheromones. The pheromones are just one variable, so keep your eye on the big picture.



What happens if none of the pheromones you try are a perfect fit? In that case, you might benefit from pheromone mixing. Combining a potent sex pheromone with a social pheromone can help the sex pheromone work better. Additionally, adding a dash of sex pheromones to a social pheromone can give the whole formula a confidence-boosting edge. Basically, mixing two different products together can make them both perform better.

You can review recommended combos and mixes, and other “DIY” pheromone topics, on our blog. The Phero Mixer Cookbook is also a fantastic resource. You might also see some recommendations for mixes in product reviews. And, of course, you can also experiment completely on your own! Find a totally new mix that’s perfect for your needs.

If you’re going to be mixing pheromones and experimenting with them, you might find it helpful to jot down some notes on your findings. This might seem like overkill, especially if you’re a more casual pheromone user, but it can really help you nail down the right formula for you. Just make note of the mix, how people responded to it, where you experimented with it, and any other details you think are relevant.

One final note on pheromone mixing: we highly recommend making small test batches to start out with. This way, you won’t waste a lot of product on a mix that might not work well. Rather than dumping two whole bottles of different pheromones together, put small amounts in an atomizer or roll-on. Label the bottles with the mix ingredients (for example, “2 Parts Chikara, 1 Part Alpha-7”) so you can keep track of different variations. Once you find the right proportions, you can make a larger batch.


Overall, the most important thing when testing a new pheromone (or pheromone mix) is to enjoy the process as much as possible. If you don’t get instant results, don’t worry: you’re still making progress by finding out what does not work. That means you’re one step closer to finding the right pheromone for you!

We hope these tips will help you the next time you test out a new pheromone or pheromone mix! And, if you’re interested in experimenting with Love Scent Copulin Concentrate, order within the next week to save 50%!


Do you have any tips to share about testing a new pheromone? What process do you use when you’re experimenting with something new? Share your advice in the comments! You can also contact us to share your thoughts, questions, and concerns. And don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter to get free samples and to be the first to hear about blog posts, new products, awesome deals, and more!


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