Dmg91 Posted January 2, 2017 Share Posted January 2, 2017 Is anyone knowledgeable in the differences of each pheromone blend offered at LPMP? I've read the descriptions for each product but a lot seem to blend together by their descriptions. I'm hoping to better discriminate between them all to better gauge my use of each, depending on my particular desire at the time. Eg. When to wear, depending on the set, setting and circumstance of my environment, with the help of others experiences. So far, I've only experienced Super Sexy 4 Men (SS4M) in a spray bottle mixed with LP: Homme fragrance and Xavier fragrance in an oil roll-on bottle. I like to mix them both with a small strip of the oil (Xavier fragrance) on each forearm, rubbed together and rubbed on to sides of neck/chest, with 1.5 sprays of Homme onto upper chest/middle neck and rubbed into forearms, neck. I do own Heart Throb (HT) in Pashazade fragrance (sample), and Perfect Match (PM) in Mark Grills Nip fragrance (oil roll-on), Teddy BB unscented 1x strength (spray), and Wanted Man in Voracious fragrance (spray) but have yet to test. My experience with SS4M is only positive. It's an easily steered phero and I mostly notice an admiration in my dates eyes projected @ me, with lots of comfort. SS4M always gives me a confident and smooth persona and seems to always make my dates giddy (or happier than normal and some have even verbally admitted to me), and by effect they seem to show cues for me to take further progress towards intimacy. Never has a date taken a dominant role with me, while wearing this. It seems to project a masculine respect in this regards, though, it's never an intimidating maculinity, to the point of causing a date to invert herself or avoid showing subtle body language interests towards me. It clearly gives a vibe of the wearer to play the masculine role, effecting your female counterpart to embrace her feminine role, and much willingly and expectedly she does. This is where congruency between yourself and the pheromone is important because it's up to you to be confident enough to embrace this role and observant enough to notice her subtle subconscious body languages to determine to back off or move forward, but if you can do this, SS4M gives an easy ride towards getting to know someone on both a superficial and intimate level, unblocking mental walls and opening her up from the start (because of the comforting and happy feelings I've observed it to project). Besides the comfort, it definitely projects you as attractive (even if you're not lol). Kinda like seeing a picture of someone and thinking they're ugly until meeting them in person because there's "just something about them" that tweaks your perception just enough to see someone in a new light. That's what SS4M does, I believe. It gives lots of glances and easy flowing conversation with complete strangers (if you choose to do so), and gives you lots of possibilities to wear this in multiple types of environments because of its versitile vibe (depending on how you steer it). Btw, I'm naturally introverted and enjoy analyzing and observing people rather than indulging in conversation unless im passionate about the topic, yet I'm still able to pull this pheromone off. It actually causes me to enjoy extroversion and slightly pushes me to be, too. If you can jump on this phero boat and ride with it, SS4M will gently lead you in the right direction. Just trust it. This pheromone would not be congruent with someone who is "shut off" from the outside world, and I say that respectfully, as I overly enjoy my internal and subjective universe too. Anyways, can anyone help out with comparing the above pheromones to SS4M. Eg. How they're alike, different, etc. Feel free to add any other pheromone in your response but these are just the ones I own and have the convenience of using for the time being. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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