Are all these "girl attractant" deoderants, and sprays (like Ax), the ultimate myth?

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Are all these "girl attractant" deoderants, and sprays (like Ax), the ultimate myth?

Miss Morphine Miss Morphine
Ax and several similar sprays give me a migraine. Not all cologne has this effect, but heavily artificial scents tend to do the trick.
04/13/2013
SaucyxGirl SaucyxGirl
For the most part the clean soap and shampoo smell of a man is good. Although to be honest there have been a few times where the smell of a man who has worked all day has turned me on, but that was only happened with two guys I dated.
04/15/2013
MrWood MrWood
I wear Axe occasionally, but only because I like the way it smells. My gf wears a certain perfume or lotion sometimes, that she knows I absolutely love, and cant keep me hands off of her when she does. I think it is just finding that particular scent that complitments your body and that you partner finds attractive. Every one has a different preference but most of us like to smell good for our partners.
04/24/2013
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
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Originally posted by LikeSunshineDust
I'd have to agree with Chilipepper on this one - biological weapons. Most of them are full of toxic chemicals and are terrible things to put on your body. Most the AXE products smell like crap anyway. The commercials should have women gagging and ...
OMG this.
04/24/2013
bayosgirl bayosgirl
I don't know but they make me gag personally.
04/24/2013
hyacinthgirl hyacinthgirl
I'm a super-smeller teacher with a severe allergy to lavender and it's active components, lavandin and linalool. Guess what some of the components of AXE are?

Every time a student walks in to class wearing AXE, I risk a major allergic reaction. I think it smells like yak piss anyway.
04/25/2013
Pastafariette Pastafariette
If a guy puts too much body spray on, it is unattractive to me. An ex of mine used Axe, but he didn't go hog wild with it, so it smelled fine. I don't think the smell of Axe alone would make me attracted to a person. A good-smelling body won't do anything for a person with a bad personality.
05/16/2013
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by Chilipepper
I thought Axe was a biological weapon marketed as body spray?
Too funny.
11/24/2013
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by KayYJelly
I've never really gotten the urge to swoon over guys who wear stuff like Axe or Old Spice. It smells nice, but so does Yankee Candle, and the latter is probably far less douche-y about it.

That being said, I do LOVE when my boyfriend ...
That's totally understandable and valid!
11/24/2013
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by wrecklesswords
My girlfriend uses Axe body wash and holy hell, I usually can't stop smelling her. It turns me on, most definitely. I don't think it's a sexual attractant to everyone and definitely not every scent is attractive to me. However, there ...
I just loved this post, but in reading "between the lines" I suspect you would "enjoy smelling her" and "jumping her bones" even without the Axe!!!
11/24/2013
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by GONE!
Pretty much. Every girl I know hates the smell of it.
Wow. Do the makers of the stuff read the EF Forums, I wonder?
11/24/2013
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by Rin (aka Nire)
The jury's still out on it, from what I understand. It's been a while since I've researched the topic, but apparently there have been studies that suggested pheromones do play a role in human life. How strong that role is is still up for ...
Pheromones do play a small roll in human relations. It is one reason woman's menstrual cycles sych up when living together. However, I don't think these store bought body scents have any real pheromone or science behind them at all.
11/24/2013
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