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  1. Sometimes, less is more. If you mix too many pheromones together, it can overload someone, or the pheromones can cancel each other out. Alpha-androstenol and copulins often work well together, but TAF and TAH are opposites to some extent. Sometimes these everything-but-the-kitchen-sink mixes backfire a bit.
  2. Thanks for the warning. Memo to self: don't accidentally wear this one to work!
  3. I bought Eternal Chain this month. I have so many "Love Potion" fragrances, I don't want to keep opening bottles until I have used up some of what I have, but your review may convince me to open this bottle sooner rather than later. August was a really good month for fragrances.
  4. Well, it smells...purple. It really does. I think it may have violets, a hint of lily, maybe a small amount of civit or sugared amber for balance, and possibly carnation to give it a bit of brightness (although my nose could be wrong). It is a womanly fragrance, not a pink or a watery fragrance. It just smells luscious.
  5. Oh my God, I love it! I may splurge and purchase some OCCO Black next. I thought I couldn't wear copulins (I think it may the EST I can't wear), but OCCO Purple changed my mind. It is awesome.
  6. Hi, KrazyKat: I hope you have fun. - Lillith
  7. I mixed this with "Cuddle Bunny" for the copulins, and, this time, "Tantric Butterfly" really worked. I think I am going to revised my previous post on this one. I think a "TAF" and copulins mixture is the key.
  8. This quote has been miscontrued to lead people to believe Napoleon didn't want Josephine to bathe because he thought her unwashed body was sexy. What Napoleon really may have meant was, "I'm coming home. Don't do anything, just wait for me."
  9. Some weightlifting contests will disqualify you if you wear pheromones, so this might not be the best idea.
  10. It's not bathing that is bad. It is the commercial deodorants and perfumes, I believe, that can squelch your natural pheromone signature. Buy your perfumes only from this site and find a substitute for deodorant that works for you.
  11. Is anyone ordering a "Set of 10 New Releases -- Full Size" this month? http://lovepotionperfume.com/store/Specials.html
  12. I am so tempted to get a "Set of 10 New Releases -- Full Size" this month. http://lovepotionperfume.com/store/Specials.html
  13. I loved the smell of "Tantric Butterfly." It reminded me of "In The Mood," which seems to channel at little bit of a Miss Mary Jane vibe. Unfortunately, the TAF did me in. It gave me a headache and I never get headaches. (In fact 2003 is a memorable year because I had four headaches that year.) This is one perfume that I would love to see made with a different pheromone, like Beta-Androstenol or Dominance for Women.
  14. I think you may have answered your own question. You could try "Light Blue from Dolce & Gabbana" and "Un Jardin en Mediterrannee by Hermes" as your cover scents for Treasured Hearts.
  15. You may not need copulins. You could try blends with alpha-androstenol, like "Happy Water."
  16. I've read some studies that indicate the so-called "gay" pheromones are actual female pheromones. We produce them, but some gay men produce them as well. So these gay men actually have a "female" signature. To answer your question about the effects I have when I wear extra copulins, I naturally produce A LOT of copulins. I have to be really careful about wearing them. But I have noticed that some men do not like them. About 30% of women produce no copulins at all. It would only serve to reason that some men have evolved to be attracted to to women who have a zero copulin production rate. If your boyfriend has not reacted well to copulins, wearing more will not be better. This would be gilding the lily. Or, as I sometimes put it, like having a 52DDD breast size or Tammy Fay Baker's false eyelashes. More is not always better. You also mention that your boyfriend was a bit standoffish after you applied copulins. It would seem to me that he doesn't like copulins. Try the Pheromone-Charged "Money Potion." It's for women.
  17. If "Blatant Invitation" and copulins, like "Essence of a Woman" are not working for you, I would suggest you try the exact opposite, like "Boy/Boy" -- or try women's pheromone products that do not have copulins. I have experimented with a wide variety of the products here (I won't buy anywhere else, the products are just too good here), and I have found that some straight men just do not react to copulins very well. I ordered "Bubble" with "Mystery Boy," which is supposed to appeal to gay men, and I had straight men falling all over themselves over me, which really surprised me. But it worked, so I don't argue with what works, I just use it. I know some people swear by copulins, but everyone's chemistry is different and what works for one may not work for someone else. Another product you might want to try is the the Phero-charged "Money Potion" as well as "Sorceress." Neither of those products have copulins in them.
  18. I received a sample of this with one of my orders. It really smelled great, but I just can't bring myself to buy a scent called "Victim."
  19. I think you should cool it on the copulins. Try a product that doesn't have them, like "Popularity Potion," "Swimming With Sharks," or "Intellectual Woman" and any of the scented products that only use these pheromone blends.
  20. Lillith


    I really like this one. It's too bad it is all sold out.
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