Friday, April 28, 2023

Choosing And Using Pheromone Cologne - The Non-chemist's Guide to Personal Chemistry

What are pheromones and how do they affect others?


Think of them as fragrances that are designed not only to smell good, but also to affect people in a subtle and unconscious way - the same way you would be affected by being close to a very attractive person.


The type of pheromones you will decide to buy depends on the signals you want to send. There are many formulations on the market, that can generally can be categorized based on their desired effect. Based on this, they fall into these groups:

Sexual stimulants and attractants (make you more sexy)


Warm and fuzzy (make you more approachable, huggable, people want to get close to you)


Man of the house (dominant but not necessarily sexual)


Trust in a bottle (create trust and rapport with members of either sex)

That's right, although pheromone effects are more pronounced with members of the opposite sex, they do have a non-sexual effect on members of the same sex as well. The net effect is that others will perceive you as being more attractive and pleasant to be around in a number of ways.


And since the products mimic natural body chemistry, these reactions are quite natural and unconscious on the part of those people who are affected. Some of the people you meet will be more 'tuned into' the pheromones. I have found that a lot of younger women in particular are affected and attracted to the products. Nice to get that kind of attention, isn't it?


By the numbers


Here is how pheromones will work for you: Let's assume that you are a woman that guys might rate 7 on their attractiveness scale. What would it be like for you if you are suddenly perceived as a 8 or 8.5? What if you were a 5 and could suddenly be perceived as a 6.5 or 7?


Or, if you are a guy that is always 'just friends' with women - what would it be like to suddenly be perceived as sexier - someone they just felt compelled to hold, to touch and kiss? Maybe you already come across to the ladies as sexually aggressive - maybe too much so. Won't it be nice to be able to radiate the trust, comfort, and warmth that lets them feel safer around you?


Can you imagine the difference this would make in your life? It might range from dramatic to subtle to not at all, depending on the particular person and interaction. But you know you will feel more confident, interesting and attractive and have lots more opportunities and choices in social situations.


What they won't do - a reality check


So, will people be drawn to you like a magnet from across the room, or crowd around you just to bask in your presence? Maybe, but not likely.


Will every member of the opposite sex be hopelessly drawn to you? Not necessarily - some people just can't handle being around a very attractive person. Their reaction may be to 'freeze or flee' because you are just too hot to handle. Overall, a nice problem to have, don't you think?


Will you see a dramatic improvement in your love life? Probably, but that is largely up to you. But, you will have lots of opportunities to improve it using these products!


How they affect you


One of the more interesting and unexpected effects will be the change in how you feel after you start using the products. Because the pheromones affect you at the same time and the same way they are affecting others, and you will find yourself feeling more attractive and appealing - not a bad side effect to have going into a social situation.


When pheromones go wrong - overdose?


Will it make a very sexy person sexier? There are situations where a little is good and a lot is not as good. (Happens with regular fragrances, too, doesn't it?) If you are already an 'alpha' male or female, adding pheromones to your chemistry may intimidate some

members of the opposite sex or bring out aggressivenss in the members of the same sex as as they unconsciously react to the challenge you present.


Who uses them, who should use them


By now you have figured out that pheromones are not just for dating and sexual attraction. You may already be aware that psychological studies have shown that attractive people are more successful in all areas of life.


Anyone who is in sales, or has a lot of public contact will benefit from using pheromones. And, the advantages to someone who is dating and socializing are obvious. Or, you might be thinking that you want to rekindle the flame and add some excitement to your existing relationships.


How to get started


Experimentation is the best way to find out what works best for you. Everyone's personal chemistry is different, and your mileage, as they say, will vary. Fortunately there are a number of samplers and beginner kits available and that is where you want to begin.


Experiment and have some fun. Try using the same product for several days in a row and pay attention to the reactions of people around you. Try it at the recommended application level, then vary it - add a little extra, don't use quite as much. Then try another product for a while. And, most good pheromone suppliers will have lots of information and advice in on-line forums and discussion groups.


You can learn more at TheLoveStroke.com - Pheromone Advice


Bottom Line


Do they work and are they worth it? Absolutely!!!


copyright 2006

Phil Billitz


Phil is a handwriting analyst, poet, photographer, technologist and addicted to Argentine Tango. To learn more about the “Hell Trait Report”, personality tests, Blog of Love, modern love poems, pheremone products and more, visit Dating and Relationship Advice 

Sunday, April 2, 2023

Everything You Want to Know About Deodorant - The Truth About Deodorant

The truth about deodorant

We can all agree that there is nothing more annoying than bad body odour that hits you and holds you back. Your chronic B.O. Don't suffer from To enhance the smell. It can happen to anyone if not careful. Fortunately, the answer may be just an aerosol away. A spritz after showering, before stepping outside and escaping the hot summer; And you don't have to worry about bothering those around you with your weird smell. Since it is so easy and convenient, many women, who are particularly concerned about personal hygiene and grooming, have made it an essential part of their daily grooming routine.

But do deodorants and antiperspirants do more than just eliminate body odour? Are we putting ourselves at more serious health risk every time we reach for the can?

Sweat

A person's body odour problem usually starts in adolescence. Adolescence is a turning point in your life when you transition from child to adult. This sudden increase is accompanied by a hormonal surge that makes your sweat glands work faster. Experts emphasize that even though sweat has no smell, bacteria in the body react with sweat to release pungent chemicals known as body odour. There are two types of sweat glands - apocrine and eccrine. Apocrine glands are mostly present in the underarm, groin and breast area, while eccrine glands are present all over the body. Bacteria tend to collect around areas containing apocrine glands, causing sweat to smell bad. Also, the underarms and groin are closed areas that prevent sweat from evaporating.

Excessive sweating can have many causes - heredity, unbalanced or unhealthy diet, menopause, hormonal and blood sugar drop, hyperthyroidism and sometimes as a symptom of disease. Foods containing garlic and some medications are also excreted in sweat, causing bad breath. Foul-smelling sweat is also found in people suffering from diseases like diabetes and typhoid.

Body spray basics

While deodorants mask body odour, antiperspirants go a step further to limit how much you sweat. An antiperspirant is a substance that works by blocking or blocking sweat gland pores to reduce sweating. Deodorant is a substance that neutralizes the odour of sweat by acting as an antiseptic against bacteria. It does not clog the sweat pores so it is more acceptable for patients with halitosis. Sweating is nature's way of regulating body temperature by removing excess heat from the body, which keeps you cool even when the weather is hot. Continued use of antiperspirants that block your pores and prevent you from sweating more can go against the way the body is designed to work naturally. "Sweating is a normal healthy skin function. Drinking plenty of water and maintaining good hygiene are very important to avoid door".

Myth or truth?

Body spray enthusiasts were recently jolted into their fragrance-free complacency when a health scandal announced that deodorants and antiperspirants were directly linked to breast cancer. Apparently, many women who relied on Display and antiperspirants were very concerned about unknowingly increasing their chances of breast cancer. Antiperspirants were suspected to prevent toxins from being released through sweat. These toxins build up in the lymph glands under the arms.

CONCLUSION

Adolescence is a turning point in your life when you transition from child to adult. An antiperspirant is a substance that works by blocking or blocking sweat gland pores to reduce sweating. Deodorant is a substance that neutralizes the odour of sweat by acting as an antiseptic against bacteria. Body spray enthusiasts were recently jolted into their fragrance-free complacency when a health scandal announced that deodorants and antiperspirants were directly linked to breast cancer.

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