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Perfume technology
04-07-2015 6:52 AM

Hi all

Not sure where to include this but I think it's kind of interesting

http://www.qub.ac.uk/home/ceao/News/Titl...22,en.html

http://www.expressandstar.com/news/uk-ne...ll-better/

(the url title is a bit misleading)

""Not only does it have great commercial potential, and could be used in perfumes and cosmetic creams, but it could also be used in other area of science, such as the slow release of certain substances of interest."

"The scientists say the perfume also has the ability to remove the bad odours that come from sweat, as compounds responsible for the smell are attracted to the ionic liquid, attaching themselves to it and losing their potency."


It would be nice if they could remove the bad smell of pheromones without decreasing their effectiveness, and also change the diffusion speed for something in between alcohol and oil.

Your thoughts on this?

M.


Pheromone Xs:
Evolve, Mascot, Barely Legal, Taboo, Flirt, SOB, Connections, Love Boat, Bliss
Alpha Dreams:
AM, Corpo
Liquid Alchemy Labs:
NA, Wolf, AV, DP
Apex:
Style, M3X, Atlas, Tusc, Titan
Androtics:
A314, P130,TAC
Pheromone Treasures:
-
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(This post was last modified: 04-07-2015 6:55 AM by moe.)
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