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Pheromones on hair
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Pheromones on hair
01-03-2013 11:48 PM

In a post which I can't readily find again someone counselled against using pheromones on hair.

If hair is able to retain and release pheromones over an extended period of time, and I've read that this might be the case, at least for pubic hair, wouldn't a drop on the head be a good idea? The general advice here seems to be the same as for the fragrance world which I'm familiar with: a drop or two on pulse points where body heat will help activate the scent.

If hair does hold onto scent for an extended period I can see this being an issue if you want to change the scent and start again with a clean slate. Are there other disadvantages?

Curious what more experienced users have to say on this.
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01-04-2013 1:32 AM

Youre referring to post if the month for november by lexy.

As far as using it on hair you cant go wrong with it for diffusion.

Lexys case may be a combination of stress and mones. It could be the mones or it could be stress. It could be a hormonal change.

I do add some mones to hair. Laid hair paste is very nice and pretty potent. I used to spray instant shine to my hair. One mone to avoid spraying on your head is androstenone. Youre likely to develop buildup with repeated use.

I would also avoid dhea on the head as well.
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RE: Pheromones on hair
01-05-2013 1:43 PM

Thanks for the reply. I actually hadn't read Lexy's post but that does bring a whole other issue into it (male pattern baldness) which I had not, but should have thought of.

Given Lexy's experience, I'll avoid application to the crown of the head.

I may experiment with a shot to the armpit or a little dab on the sides of the head. If human hair, or at least pubic hair is designed in part to retain and diffuse pheromones it seems like an obvious tool to exploit.

I'll continue to dig and try to remember where I read the advice against putting it in hair.
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RE: Pheromones on hair
01-09-2013 1:31 PM

I use pheromones in my hair very seldomly when I run out of real estate to apply on or when I may need something to last longer or hit harder.

I noticed this work exceptionally well for L2K, I did one spray to the throat and one spray to the head and got amazing results with it.

I think it depends on diet, and stuff like that as well. As long as you have a healthy lifestyle, vitamins, and aren't putting it in your hair too often, it should be fine.

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