Happy Friday, Love Scent fans!
We hope everyone enjoyed their Labor Day weekends! At Love Scent, we’re keeping the celebrations going for a while longer. You can still get 30% off your order when you apply the code LABORDAY23 at checkout. This offer is good on everything in the store, from pheromone fragrances to pocket atomizers to massage candles, so stock up on all your favorites while the savings last!
Now, on to today’s topic: we’re talking about how to dilute pheromones!
Knowing how to dilute pheromones can help you seriously up your pheromone game. It can let you tweak a formula that is just a little bit too strong for your body chemistry. It can also help you turn any of your favorite fragrances into powerful pheromone attractants. And, if you’re an experienced pheromone fan, you can use the skill to develop a 100% unique DIY pheromone formula!
First, let’s cover how to dilute pheromones. Then we’ll go over some products that might interest you!
If you’re new to diluting pheromones, step one is to learn about what products you should consider diluting! People typically dilute pheromones that are too strong to be worn right out of the bottle. But you can also dilute pheromones that you theoretically could wear right out of the bottle, but which might work better when they’ve been diluted! Some options include pure pheromone concentrates, strong sex pheromones, or pheromone additives. (More on those later!) Diluting these reduces their intensity, allowing them to work their best.
But why reduce a pheromone’s strength? Isn’t stronger better? Not necessarily! When a pheromone is too strong, it can have unpleasant side effects that downplay or even erase its benefits! We call this “pheromone overdosing,” and the bad side effects range from a nasty odor to agitating everyone around you. Not exactly the effects anyone hopes to get out of their pheromones! By diluting extremely strong products, you reduce the likelihood of these bad side effects and help the products work better.
The next step when learning how to dilute pheromones is deciding what you want to dilute them with! Luckily, there are plenty of options for you. You can dilute pheromones into your favorite perfume or cologne, a body spray or lotion, or perhaps an aromatherapy blend. You can even dilute them into other pheromones–for example, by adding a small amount of strong sex pheromone to a social pheromone that will balance it out!
Once you’ve decided what you’re diluting your pheromones into, you’re ready to actually dilute them! Put at least 5 ml of your chosen carrier into a separate container, such as a pocket atomizer or roll-on bottle. Then add the pheromones you want to dilute. The amount you should add to the carrier depends on the strength of the product. For example, if you’re diluting pure pheromones, you should only add 1 drop at a time. With less-concentrated formulas, you can add a few drops at a time. Take the strength of the product into account when diluting!
Once you’ve added your drops, cap the bottle tightly and shake it to mix the products together. Then apply to your pulse points, such as the wrist and throat, and get ready to experiment!
You’ve now arrived at the final step of learning how to dilute pheromones: testing your new DIY mix out! We have plenty of tips on this process that can hep you decide if your new mix is right for you. But some quick guidelines are:
- Are you seeing the responses you want? Great! You’ve found your mix, and can keep using it as-is.
- Are you not seeing any responses? In this case, you’ll want to increase the pheromone concentration in the mix!
- Are you seeing unpleasant responses? In this case, you might not have diluted the pheromones enough, or might need to dilute a different pheromone–so adjust the mix and try again!
This “experimenting” step tends to be the longest when you’re learning how to dilute pheromones properly. You’ll probably need to make some adjustments along the way. But trust us: the extra effort is worth it! With a little extra time, you’ll have a formula that you made just for you. It could end up being the best pheromone experience you’ve ever had!
All right, now that you know the process of diluting pheromones, let’s take a closer look at some of the products we mentioned above!
Unscented Pheromone Additives
If you’re new to the idea of diluting pheromones, and want to avoid the risk of a pheromone overdose, unscented pheromone additives are a great place to start. These products have relatively low concentrations of sex pheromones, so you’re not likely to accidentally use too much. Options include NPA for Men, NPA for Women, and Primal Women. Once you’ve mastered diluting these, you can move onto the more potent formulas if you wish!
A slightly more advanced option when you want to dilute pheromones: powerful sex pheromones. These are best for people who want to experiment with diluting pheromones but aren’t ready to try the pure concentrates yet. Options include Alpha-7 Unscented and the Love Scent Copulin Concentrate. Diluting them can tone down their intensity and help them work their best.
If you want to dilute pheromones, and you have plenty of experience with pheromones already, our pure pheromones could be the way to go! These very highly concentrated pheromones are perfect for diluting in the carrier of your choice. They’re also perfect for developing a unique DIY formula that is 100% customized to your needs. Use the Fab 4 Chem Set to add multiple pheromones to your mix, or use just one to get just that pheromone’s effects!
And there you have it, Love Scent fans! If you’ve been wondering how to dilute pheromones, we hope these tips have given you the confidence you need to get started. The DIY formulas you create with this skill may be the best you’ve ever tried!
Have you ever tried to dilute pheromones? How did it go? Which products did you use? Tell us about it in the comments! You can also contact us directly with your questions, comments, and concerns. And be sure to subscribe to our newsletter to get free samples and to hear about coupons, new products, and more!
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