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aqua vitae has been getting a lot of good reviews, sand i think it will be my first pheromone cologne. However in looking for a attraction pheromone cologne. Is aqua vitae the best for that?? Or is New Pheromone Additive better than aqua vitae at attraction. Also does it make a difference that av is scented and New Pheromone Additive is unscented??

 

 

Aqua Vitae uses a proprietary mix of seven of the highest quality human pheromones, with the predominant pheromone being Androstenone, thus creating a dominant, powerful, alpha impression, resulting in high sexual tension and selection. Aqua VitaeTM Cologne has a clean invigorating scent with only a partial description of the complex notes being, bergamot, neroli, mandarin, juniper, freesia, amber and a touch of sandalwood. This is a good casual wear fragrance with refreshing top notes followed by the herbal and subtly sensual middle and base notes. It has been described as similar to Aqua Di Gio by Giorgio Armani, only with pheromones. AQUA VITAE is a complex pheromone cologne with over 7 human pheromones and pheromone like ingredients. AQUA VITAE comes in a one ounce (thirty milliliter) roll-on bottle.
 

 

NPA Mens Pheromones and the new, updated and long awaited new Pheromone Additive has finally arrived. This additive has the same amount of pheromones as the spray (2.5 mg), is designed to be added to a favorite cologne or perfume. It is a concentrate with a unique dropper bottle. Containing about 5 times the androstenone of the old Pheromone Additive just for starters. Like the old PA, the new NPA Mens Pheromones are also designed to be added to your own favorite cologne or after shave.

Each bottle contains approximately 90 drops, 8 drops = 1 ml. One can also use 2-3 drops directly onto shirt or clothes. Add the 7ml NPA to 25ml equivalent cologne / perfume. If you have more cologne / perfume / you need to add more NPA or vice versa. The new Pheromone Additive comes in two separate and scientifically based formula, one for men and one for women.


Edited by hankypanky2 - 9/4/13 at 3:29am