Happy Friday, Love Scent fans!
First of all, we’d like to announce this week’s Weekly Special! As you know, we are re-running some of our past Weekly Specials. This gives you another chance to save on your favorite pheromones, whether you missed the great savings the last time around or need to restock on your pheromone supply!
This week, you can save 50% on our popular Love Scent Pheromone Oils. These versatile scented oils contain AndrosteNOL, a powerhouse social pheromone with a wide range of benefits. You can wear these oils alone or in combination with other pheromones. They pair especially well with strong sex pheromones, and double as a cover scent when paired with unscented formulas!
For the next week, get a 3.7 ml eyedropper bottle of any of the Love Scent Pheromone Oils‘ 10 fragrance options for $7.45! This is a great time to add these fantastic oils to your collection, so order now!
Now, on to today’s topic: improving pheromones’ effectiveness!
Have you ever wondered if you’re getting the most out of your pheromones? Is a new product not performing like you expected? Before you give up on that particular product, or on pheromones in general, reflect on how you’ve been using your pheromones. There’s a good chance that you’ll see better results if you just tweak how you’ve been using them!
Let’s take a look at some of the best ways to improve pheromones’ effectiveness!
First and foremost, make sure you’ve been applying your pheromones in the correct places. Wearing them in the wrong spots on your body can keep them from working their best!
The ideal place to put pheromones: your pulse points. These are the places where your veins are close to the skin. They include the wrists, side and base of the throat, behind the ears, the inside of of the elbow, and behind the knee. You can feel your heartbeat when you touch these spots, hence the name “pulse points.”
Why are pulse points the best place to apply pheromones? Well, the skin is slightly warmer in these locations, which diffuses pheromones and other scent particles into the air. Putting pheromones on the pulse points helps ensure that people can still detect them from several feet away.
Does this mean you can’t put pheromones in other locations? Some customers, for example, have asked about putting pheromones in hair products, hand lotions, and beard oils. Others have wanted to know if they can wear pheromones on the chest or belly. It won’t hurt anything to put pheromones here, but people will need to be a lot closer to you to get the full effect. So save these alternate locations for occasions when you will be very, very close to the person you’re trying to attract, such as an intimate night in with a partner.
In summary: if you’re interested in improving pheromones’ effectiveness, consider the application points first. You may see a big improvement just by wearing your products in a different location!
Another way of improving pheromones’ effectiveness: making sure you’re wearing the correct amount. Different types of pheromones require different doses to work their best. Using too much or too little can lead to poor results.
One thing to remember: strong sex pheromones almost always require a smaller dose. Products like Alpha-7, Primal Instinct, and Love Scent Copulin Concentrate contain a large amount of pheromones in very small packages. Using too much can make the people around you agitated, aggressive, or uncomfortable. So, if you’re seeing unpleasant effects while wearing a strong sex pheromone, use less the next time you wear it.
On the other hand, social pheromones like the Love Scent Pheromone Oils, Liquid Trust, and Super Primal for Him have few (if any) unpleasant side effects. You can safely use a lot of these pheromones, and you may find that you need a bigger dose than you’d need when wearing a sex pheromone. Social pheromones’ effects can often be subtle, too, so increasing the amount you’re wearing can make the effects more obvious.
Adjusting the dose is one of the simplest ways of improving pheromones’ effectiveness. Pay attention to the type of pheromones you’re using, and the concentration of pheromones in the formula, when choosing your correct dose. Then experiment and adjust the dose as needed!
Another good strategy for improving pheromones’ effectiveness: pairing a pheromone with a complementary formula. This is especially true for strong sex pheromones, which are generally more likely to have unpleasant side effects than other products.
Take, for example, Alpha-7 Unscented. This is a very potent sex pheromone that boosts your sex appeal, confidence, and perceived authority. These are great benefits, but Alpha-7 can also have bad side effects: some people are intimidated by its sexual, dominant aura, and others are agitated by it. Wearing Alpha-7 by itself can therefore lead to naturally mixed results.
Does this mean you cannot wear Alpha-7 if it’s not working for you by itself? Not at all! Pairing it with a social pheromone lets you keep all the benefits of Alpha-7 while addressing any unpleasant side effects. Combining Alpha-7 with Love Scent Pheromone Oils or Liquid Trust, for example, can get you the results you’ve been looking for. The social pheromones soothe away any agitation or intimidation Alpha-7 may provoke, without interfering with its benefits.
Basically, pairing complementary pheromones together helps you cover all your bases and reap the benefits from a range of pheromone types. It’s a popular and fun method for improving pheromones’ effectiveness.
A final, simple strategy for improving pheromones’ effectiveness: using cover scents. As we’ve discussed before, cover scents are important for a lot of reasons, and can help pheromones work better. If you’re using an unscented formula (remember, “unscented” means “contains no cover fragrance,” not “scent-free”), you should probably be pairing it with a perfume or cologne.
Cover scents serve multiple functions. First and foremost, they mask any unpleasant pheromone odors. Strong sex pheromones tend to have stronger smells than social pheromones, but virtually all unscented pheromones work better when paired with a cover scent. The fragrance won’t interfere with the pheromones, and will keep you from smelling like body odor.
Second, cover scents can appeal to peoples’ emotions in very significant ways. Our sense of smell is deeply tied to our emotions and memories. Choosing a scent that you know someone associates with pleasant memories will give your pheromones (and you) an edge.
Overall, you should think of cover scents as an excellent addition to your pheromone toolbox. They can accentuate pheromones’ best qualities, mask unpleasant odors, and draw people closer to you. Even if you don’t need to pair a pheromone with a cover scent, a good perfume or cologne would always be a great addition. It could make the difference between excellent and average results!
While the addition of a cover scent may not be the most obvious choice for improving pheromones’ effectiveness, you may be surprised by how effective it is. If you’ve been using a cover fragrance all along, try switching it up to see if you get better results.
There you have it, Love Scent fans! If you’ve been wondering how to get more out of your pheromones, we hope you have some ideas now!
What are your go-to strategies for improving pheromones’ effectiveness? Is it something on this list, or do you have other tips and tricks you’d like to share? Tell us about it 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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