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  • EMPYREAL
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    I know that there is a mone that increases in diffusion., just forgot the name plus im out, in terms of skin chemistry it would absorb better if your pulse areas are conditioned with aloe vera - let it absorb in first them wipe it off, then apply your mixes.

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  • fdesa12
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    Originally posted by Tigris View Post
    What about layering the same spray over the the same pheromone oil? Say XiSt spray on top of XiSt oil. Would that possibly give the benefits of both while not causing any risk of contrasting effects? I haven't tried this or read about it anywhere, but, I'm curious of the effect.
    This is tricky. It's one thing to spray a pheromone on top of an oil perfume. It's another thing to spray a pheromone on top of a pheromone oil, at least with Pheromone XS unless they changed their blends ratio again recently.

    Oil versions tend to carry more pheromone content per drop compared to their alcohol/spray counterpart (one of the reasons it's pricier). The diffusion from oil may be slower and shorter-ranged in an environment, but it's stronger in effect. The intent of oil pheromone products is generally to make your pheromone signature feel very natural and believable even though it's strong.

    So what happens when you spray alcohol onto oil? It increases evaporation, which means the oil will evaporate at a faster rate. With pheromone oil, that means more content is diffusing faster than it should be, creating an effect similar to as if you applied several sprays.

    By spraying Xist onto an Xist oil app point, you'd be increasing the amount of pheromone content diffused into the air. You could say that 2 drops oil and 1 spray Xist on top could have the effect of 5-6 sprays of Xist. If this was Ascend, you'd increase the chances of negative responses (i.e. aggressive reactions, shit testing, ghosting, etc...).

    This type of question has been covered, but it's one of the much older threads (2014-2015) so I wouldn't be surprised if it's difficult to find.

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  • SecretV
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    that's a thought. I've noticed that spraying on top of my perfume tends to make the spray last a lot longer. (I can still smell pre-work application in the morning after a 12h shift)

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  • Tigris
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    Thanks! Sounds like something to look into. I’m just getting acquainted with oils. Before my recent Flirt Oil I had only used a two other oil products from other vendors. One in a dropper form and the other rollerball. I like the quicker hits from sprays but appreciate the strength and longevity oils provide. Oye so many lovely choices. Lol

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  • eroque
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    thats great, i cheer and approve oil perfumes made with naturals. perfumery is a hoobie of mine. i love rose and lotus absolutes, cinnamon co2 and some woods.

  • Phaethon
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    Originally posted by Tigris View Post
    Would that possibly give the benefits of both while not causing any risk of contrasting effects?
    LPMP for instance offer their blends in 60/40 alcohol/dpg ratio just because of this reason, you get the benefits of both bases.

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  • Tigris
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    What about layering the same spray over the the same pheromone oil? Say XiSt spray on top of XiSt oil. Would that possibly give the benefits of both while not causing any risk of contrasting effects? I haven’t tried this or read about it anywhere, but, I’m curious of the effect.

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  • NuTrix
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    Originally posted by SecretV View Post
    NuTrix and what do you think to oil based pheros and dispersion of blends applied on top?
    I have used LPMP for years and love their oil blends. I have as much as possible from XS in oils too. I think combining them is great. The alcohol will always help lift the blends and then you have the "slow burn" of the oil base (or lotion too, if you put on moisturizer rather than a fragrance oil or dpg).

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  • SecretV
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    NuTrix and what do you think to oil based pheros and dispersion of blends applied on top?

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  • NuTrix
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    The answer is...Yes.

    Or, rather, Both.


    eroque is correct. Your skin will ALWAYS absorb some portion of whatever you apply to it.

    SteveO's DT is very impressive in how it helps to lift and disperses XS blends but you will always "lose" a little something because it will adhere to you.
    That's part of why those stinky mones are so notoriously difficult to scrub off

    I'm very big on being organic. This is my guilty pleasure. I'm hoping that my lessening of environmental toxins in other parts of my daily life is allowing my indiscretions with perfumer's alcohol, dpg and pheromones

    While the alcohol evaporates relatively well, the pheromone molecules linger. So, yes, the sprays sit on the skin, but there is also always some abosorbtion

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  • SecretV
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    That is the most hippie thing I said this week

  • SecretV
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    My perfume is made with natural oils and fragrances.

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  • eroque
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    the oil based perfumes u use is the base made of synthetic oils such as DPG, or naturals such as FCO, etc? also are they made using natural aromas or synthetic fragrances?

  • eroque
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    well your therapist got hit by your celebrity vibe, so it could be that the iq comment was a compliment, je je je

  • SecretV
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    I'm not sure on relevance but I use exclusively oil based perfume. I've noticed that spraying pheros on top of them does wonders for both diffusion and longevity of the phero I wear.

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  • eroque
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    Hi people!. Neurokinetic dpg and alcohol will eventually be absorbed by the skin, skin is like a sponge , every tipe of liquid u put into will be absorbed sooner or later. Some substances will be absorbed faster than others.

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  • Phaethon
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    As far as it is not a soapy rain I wouldn't worry about that

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  • Neurokinetic
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    It seems the general consensus is that the sprays "sit" on the skin. As yet another follow up question, how might this affect wearing a pheromone blend in the rain?

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  • Mysticbeauty
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    Originally posted by Coconut View Post
    i would say the sprays sit on the skin, sometimes i spray my pheros XS over my lpmp oils and the results are just as good!
    I was wondering about this. I need to buy more of their oils

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  • Phaethon
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    In my opinion the pheromones do sit on the skin. If they would be absorbed to the skin they could not disperse to the air imho
    If I do recall correct some members on pherotalk forum (old AD forum) mentioned they sprayed certain blends on their pillows for self effects.

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