Got an itch from axcite
- 06-29-2009, 09:08 AM
Got an itch from axcite
Yesterday I sprayed some axcite on my chest and last night I woke up and my nipple itched. Could this come from the axcite?
Something which I ask myself is; Those pheromones are fatty acids? Then what about bacteria? Do perfumes which contain pheromones not become prone to hosting a lot of bacteria? I really wonder how hygienic pheromone sprays are.
Maybe they can cause skin problems.
- 06-30-2009, 05:33 AM
I don't think so. Also make sure you are using it correctly. Chest is not a good place to spray it. Follow these instructions:
What’s the best way for me to use AXCITE™, and how long do the effects last?
The effects of AXCITE™ can last from 8-12 hours. The full advantages of AXCITE™ will be achieved when you apply AXCITE™ either directly onto your pulse points or onto your clothing. A pulse point, for example, includes your wrist, neck, or behind your ears. The beating of your heart causes these points to pulse, which helps to diffuse the pheromones out to women around you. While applying each spray to a pulse point is the best method to diffuse the pheromones to women around you, the effects of AXCITE™ will last slightly longer when applied to clothing. Your natural movement, as with any cologne, will be enough to diffuse the pheromones to women nearby and will cause the effects to last the full 12 hours. We recommend that you use no more than one (1) to two (2) sprays daily. Exceeding the recommended number of sprays will NOT increase your chances. In fact, you’d likely be one of those guys that women say “Wow, he’s wearing too much cologne tonight! Must be desperate.” The trick is to be subtle, and 1-2 sprays will accomplish just that!
You should only use it on pulse points (wrist, neck, etc). Read the above and report back.
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As for the itchy nips... simple! The product contains alcohol!! If you spray it on sensitive areas, it will itch. Alcohol will dry your skin out making you itch, and the nips are sensitive enough on their own without alcohol that a scratchy shirt will make 'em sore. Problem solved - don't rub salt in an open wound, don't inhale bleach vapors, and don't spray alcohol-based substances on sensitive skin.
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