JMartin Posted July 20, 2012 Share Posted July 20, 2012 (edited) Hi Everyone, I'm Jesse from NYC and I'm new. I've been an avid pheromone enthusiast for a couple of years now but grew tired of the same old stuff the industry has to offer. In my search for something different I came across LPMP. I dismissed it at first because the artwork on the bottles looked silly to me and I did not take it seriously. A few months after first coming to the site I returned and started reading the descriptions a little more carefully. Then I realized that there were forums and everyone swore by these fragrances so I decided to give it a try. I am impressed and now that I've joined the forum I see the community is very friendly and helpful. I ordered the 10 sampler pack for the ability to have variety for a rather friendly price. I got Voracious, UN, Iconic Tonic, Dad, The Sand Box, TMI, Teddy Man, Ruisseau, Pinnacle, Ambuscade and Summer Solstice 2011. I also got several tiny free samples of other stuff. I don't have a refined nose at all and to me they either smelled like fresh cut grass or sugary vanilla, with the exception of Sand Box, which just smelled nasty. I decided to wait until the next day and revisit every bottle one by one. While smelling them out of the bottle or on my skin, I had the description from the website in front of me so that I could try and pick up the notes of all the ingredients. It was a lot easier to do so knowing what I was looking for. I spent a good 7 or 8 minutes with each one with my eyes closed and trying to pick up the nuances of each one. It helped a lot. After carefully studying them, now I can tell the difference between them and have chosen a couple of favorites. I like them all now in their own way except, again, for The Sand Box which just smells old and moldy to me. The other day I wore Pinnacle to work and I felt like an absolute star! My boss seemed extra friendly that day as well. Anyway, I look forward to being part of this community and hopefully one day becoming a fragrance connoisseur. This has suddenly become an interest to me that I had no idea I would like. Thanks everyone. J Edited July 20, 2012 by JMartin Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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