Pheromones are a powerful substance that can have an impact not just on how people perceive you, but on how you perceive yourself. Many people use pheromones now, and while it is possible to get the benefits of them simply by using them a little like cologne, careful application in the right places, and with the right amount will produce better results.
If you use too much of a pheromone, then you might find that people act irritated and distant around you. They could start treating you in ways that you don’t expect. You can avoid this if you use pheromones correctly, and don’t apply too much.
Finding the Sweet Spot
The first step is to find the sweet spot – the amount where you get the best results. Most products will produce results with just 1-3 drops (or sprays). There are a handful of products that require more than that, but this is unusual, especially for mixes that are intended to create attraction. You should really look to use pheromones sparingly start with just one drop, and gradually increase the amount until you start noticing results.
Where to Put Pheromones
The best places to put pheromones are areas where they will create diffusion. Ideally, you want the pheromones on parts of your body that are warm and that get good circulation, and that are in places where the pheromones can spread and be detected by those around you. For example, you could put them on your neck because that is an area that is warm, and that will be exposed and noticed my most people.
The side of your jawline is another area where it makes sense to put pheromones, because it will allow them to be smelled by those who are around you, and you’ll also smell them yourself (so get the mood boosting effects). In addition, this is an area that gets washed and shaved frequently, so it’s easy to remove the scent.
If you have very short hair, then you can put it on your scalp, but don’t do this if you have longer hair or you use styling products routinely, because these can seal in the pheromones, making them less effective in the short term and producing unpredictable effects longer term.
You can apply pheromones under clothing, but this means that the effects will only be noticed by those closest to you. In some ways, this can be a good thing, because it means that people won’t get confused and associate the scent with someone other than the wearer. It’s even possible to apply pheromones to your clothing, but they won’t disperse as quickly then, so you will need to use more of the product to get the same results.
Maximizing the Impact of Pheromones
It’s a good idea to take Vitamin B to prevent burnout. Some people find that if they use pheromones frequently, they become mentally fatigued and stressed out just thinking about day to day issues, and their focus starts to suffer. Vitamin B supplementation helps with this, because the nutrient is in some ways a natural nootropic. It works to increase your energy levels without creating the same buzz and crash cycle as caffeine, and it helps to give people a mental edge that will augment the effects of the pheromones.
Don’t Mix Pheromones
It can be tempting to mix pheromones to give yourself confidence, increase your appeal to the opposite sex, and make people more receptive to your messages, but that’s not how pheromones work. Each product is carefully balanced to make sure that it has the desired effect on most people (but the mind and our sense of smell is a complex thing and what works for one person is not always going to work for others).
Mixing pheromones could create several unwanted effects such as making people feel irritable towards you, or making them want to avoid you altogether. It is safest to use one pheromone at a time, and to thoroughly wash it off yourself (and out of your clothing) before reapplying it or applying a different blend of pheromones intended for a different kind of result.
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