Aromatic chemicals found in the bodies of humans and animals, pheromones help attract a mate. Using pheromones in homemade perfume formulations gives you the ability to create attractive scents that lure men and women to your very presence, according to HumanPheromone.org. Whether the effects of pheromones are genuine or not, using them in your homemade perfumes at the least gives them higher marketing capabilities if you plan to sell them. Making the perfumes at home proves easy and requires very few materials.
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Things you need
- Fragrance oils
- Human pheromones
- Polysorbate 80
- Ethyl alcohol
- Glass bowl
- Disposable plastic pipettes
- Perfume bottles
Pour about an ounce of ethyl alcohol in the glass dish. Ethyl alcohol is easily obtained from chemists, or you can use unflavored vodka.
Add 3.7ml. of polysorbate 80 to the alcohol. This creates an emulsifying process that binds the alcohol and oils together to create a long-lasting perfume scent.
Add a blend of fragrance oils to the dish containing the alcohol and polysorbate. Experiment with a blend that suits your senses such as two drops of lavender, five drops of chamomile and three drops of rose fragrance oil. This creates a calm, sensual and floral scent that feels feminine when you smell it. Masculine fragrance oil scents include blue cedar, eucalyptus and other woody aromas.
Stir the mixture in the glass bowl with the tip of a plastic pipette while adding approximately 14.2gr. of human pheromones, which you can purchase online.
Suck up the mixture with the plastic pipette and inject it into your perfume bottle. Shake it vigorously for about a minute and then use it.
Tips and warnings
- Double the measurements to create larger amounts of pheromone perfume.
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