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Mixing a scent into an unscented Beta: how to?

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I just received my first ever Beta, La Femme Mystère. I have always previously used scented phero oils because I am no good with alcohol being that it irritates my skin, but thought this could be used on clothes.


I wanted to experiment as I am not used to using a phero that is unscented and sense that if it were scented I could judge better what I am spraying and when and where it is dispersing, if that makes sense.

I don't want to clobber the whole bottle, in case of an accident but thought of pipetting some of the pheros off into another bottle and adding a scent to the pheros so I can judge my usage a bit better. I can see now why people get personal blends concocted!

The Question is: what kind of scent can I mix in? Should I use an LP DPG Oil or should I use an alcohol based scent?

Any advice would be great.

I don't want to wreck my great pheros but am a little eager to scent some of the mix.


Thank you!

Edited by Indigo
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LFM is very easy to cover in oil, so i imagine you could use any strength of scent, and I think you can mix an oil with the alcohol. That's how I made my own beta UN. I read an older thread recently where someone mixed their own scented spray, but I can't even begin to imagine which one it was...maybe PP?


ETA: Okay, I randomly found a post that might be helpful. http://lovepotion.invisionzone.com/index.php?showtopic=568&view=findpost&p=137003 They added 2mL of fragrance to a half bottle of phero to make a lightly scented mix.

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Thanks darling that is divinely helpful!

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An LP scent will mix perfectly into the oil.....I have scented several of my betas, and it works great......

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