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washing off pheromones?
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washing off pheromones?
11-16-2011 3:58 AM

This might sound like a stupid question, but do just soap and water wash off pheromones? Sarcastic hand
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11-16-2011 7:57 AM

It takes lots or scrubbing.
I can sometimes still smell them after 3 showers

You may be better off wearing nutella, maybe some chick might want to lick it off
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11-16-2011 1:32 PM

Mmm...depends on the molecules. I've found Lava soap works quite well...or a brillo pad P Seriously though, Lava soap works quite well, but it's a bit harsh (literally hence the brillo pad comment). It's meant to be used to clean your hands, especially if you're the type to do heavy manual labor. It's a man's soap P

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11-16-2011 1:36 PM

Can't remember right now what was the solution exactly ...

but some guy's over at PheroTalk found some soap that removes mones quite well !

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11-17-2011 2:36 AM

I remember a while back Tisha recommended using Witch Hazel on the affected area. Then washing with regular soap and water. I hope this helps.

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11-17-2011 8:36 AM

I use body scrub. It has manual exfoliators. Works very well. I buy mine from Mara at Love Potions for $7 a pop but admittedly they would be too girly some months (new scent every month). Maybe if she had enough interest she would do a boys' version for you guys. Or you could try a scrub from the grocery store. I prefer Mara's versions because they smell great and most months are gentle enough to use on your face and delicate areas. They have sugar (sometimes salt or coffee grounds) and flavoring oils/fragrance oils and a sudsing soap all in one product.
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11-17-2011 8:54 AM

I used exfoliating, body scrubs, shampoo, rubbing alcohol, washing detergent (powder works best) etc.
It seem to come off, but sometimes comes back though faintly.

You may be better off wearing nutella, maybe some chick might want to lick it off
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11-17-2011 12:03 PM

A good scrub with a soapy face washer is good enough for me, however some phero users i know use 3% hydrogen peroxide solution to scrub over, although if i wanted to be thorough then urine offers a superb efficiency ScoutSpruce up

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06-22-2015 11:39 PM

This thread hasn't been updated in awhile. Is there anything new or at least within the last 2 years that works well at removing the mones from the skin. Any body washes or apricot scrubs or whatever. It can't be that technology as far as introducing mones to the body has increased and the removal hasn't. I don't want to experience the "noob" ODing factor for not scrubing properly...thanks for the update!
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