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  1. hehehhe so I've been doing some research on pheromones and can't quite find enough solid info on safety with regards to hormonal balance... please correct me if I'm wrong but it seems that pheromones are hormone derivatives mostly (meaning they are the byproducts of hormones that have broken down) and so 'don't really pose a risk' with regard to affecting hormone balance (especially oestrogen balance being a girl and all).. i'm loving this whole pheromone adventure and how it can enhance social lives and opportunities but i'm really particular with what I put on or in my body too. like parabens in topical products like lotions that serve as estrogen mimetics up to some soy products (like soymilk-lowers testosterone and mimics estrogen, can cause secondary sexual characteristic changes- gynecomastia in men for example) .... anyways so much for the rant, i love how lpmps have the silicone blend which: 1) has more diffusion than oil and more staying power than alcohol 2) let's you wear a scent you like but doesn't interact well with your skin chemistry 3) no chance of pheromones getting absorbed by skin - although absorbed ones are still minute levels compared to ingested ones, you can never be too safe with minimizing exposure. i mean there's heaps of harmful substances foods etc we're getting exposed to already... plus the info on the pheromones are based mostly about effects on the targets than actual health concerns. given that, it's best to be on the safe side in my opinion. i.e. meo est being cancerous and pregnenolone being precursor to various hormones- therefore could cause imbalances in hormone levels?? please feel free to add your input on various safety precautions with various pheromones
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