Crazy Girl shimmery dust by Classic Erotica - review by Voir

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Crazy Shimmer Dust

Crazy Girl Shimmery dust is a body powder with pheromones meant to heighten sexual pleasure. It offers a warm, sweet smell and that special 'tang' on the skin from the pheromones. Some of its ingredients are questionable in safety - if inhaled and not applied to skin - and may also pose allergy problems. For the price, it is a fun product to use, if for nothing else than to heighten one's own mindset.
Lovely smell
Nice shimmer
Travel-friendly container
Small applicator
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


The basic purpose for this product is a confidence boost. I have read that pheromones are not particularly strong when used in products, although they can amplify the taste and smell of things. This particular product is a shimmery powder meant to be dusted onto the skin with a small pouf. It isn't very strong in appearance. In fact, it would have to be liberally applied to be extremely noticeable. However, that isn't something I would recommend as it would also alter the color of the skin. A fair dusting should be enough for it to serve it's purpose - smell delicious and an add 'taste' to the skin.

I would not recommend putting this on genitalia or the face. It is meant for external use on the less sensitive parts of the body. I, personally, dust it across my collar bone, clavicle, shoulders and breasts. That way it is close enough to my face to be smelled and those areas, along with the neck, are prime kiss points. And we all know what the purpose of having anything infused with pheromones is.

The ingredient list for Crazy Girl shimmery dust is quite extensive, consisting of: Zea Mays (Corn) Starch, Talc, Mica, Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Boron Nitride, Citric Acid (Vitamin C), Fructose, Saccharin, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Copulandrone, Copuline-alike, Reconstituted Andronone, Flavor (Aroma), May Contain:, Iron Oxides (CI 77489, CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499), Yellow 5 (CI 19140), Blue 1 (CI 42090), Red 6 Lake (CI 15850).

Talc poses a moderate danger to respiratory functions if inhaled, as in sucking the powder up one's nose, is a no-go. Mica contains minimal hazard and is used most often as a coloring agent. Titanium Dioxide is a synthetic component common to other skin care products such as sunscreen and some makeup; when applied to skin its hazard is low, but when inhaled there is danger of it being cancerous. Aloe Barbadensis leaf extract is a skin conditioning agent but you should keep in mind that this ingredient has use restrictions (hence avoiding genitalia and face). Iron oxides enhance skin absorption, but can pose a bit of hazard (mostly due to the enhanced absorption).

Citric Acid is plain old vitamin C, such as what you obtain from orange juice. Zea Mays starch is basically a corn starch with no hazards attributed to it. It is abrasive, absorbent, used as a skin protectant and to increase viscosity. Boron Nitride is an inorganic compound used in many skin care products to condition skin and absorb oil. Fructose is a naturally occurring sugar in fruits. Saccharine is used to flavor or fragrance something.
    • Bridal gift
    • Mood enhancer
    • Sex

Texture / Consistency / Thickness / Viscosity

The texture of this dust is what one could expect of a powder. It is very light and when rubbed between my fingers, it is soft as well. When applied to the skin, I noticed it left a soft, smooth glide across the skin but if too much is applied starts to look 'grainy'.
    • Textured
    • Thin

Taste / Aroma

The powder has a warm, vanilla and sugary... almost mouth watering smell. It is strong enough that when I open the container I can smell it from several inches away, although when applied to skin, it isn't as strong. It is a scent that some may not find appealing, but I just hum and sigh at how 'edible' it smells. The aroma has no official name, but I have encountered a similar scent in an old body wash set sold by Bath & Body Works which was scented as 'butter cream frosting'. I suppose the name fits a fair bit if one has ever smelled butter cream frosting.

The taste I cannot comment on because I am not tempted to put the powder anywhere near my mouth. Given some of the ingredients, most definitely not. I imagine you'd be in no danger of kissing skin dusted with the powder but I wouldn't recommend actually ingesting it.
    • Light smell
    • Smells good


As a personal mood enhancer and for just a touch of something to make the wearer feel sexy, this works splendidly. The smell, I think, plays the largest role for me; it is delicious. I cannot comment on how it works in conjunction with a partner as I've not worn it and worked while on another person at the same time.

However, as it is not designated as hypo-allergenic, there are always allergy concerns. Some people have more sensitive skin than others and despite my own lack of problems with this product, it is always wise to watch out for a breakout or rash after use.
    • Feels natural
    • Allergy concerns


The packaging was nothing to gawk at. It was a bit of plastic with the container sealed inside. The container itself is a transparent, slight pink hued plastic with a black lid. The label is black with a bit of text on it; ingredient list and name. There's nothing overly flashy or eye catching about it. It just looks like any tin of body powder, except in a more compact size than some. Still, I wouldn't call it discreet.
    • Easy to use / dispense
    • Travel friendly

Special Features

This shimmer dust is claimed to have 'pheromones' to increase sexual pleasure or attraction. It contains Copulandrone and Copuline-alike to serve this purpose. However, neither of these are really a pheromone but rather a synthetic equivalent to vaginal secretions. Pheromones come from sweat and pee - another thing which would be synthetic in pheromone laced products. Copulins, such as the two within this product, are primarily acids.

It also contains reconstituted Andronone, which is said to be a pheromone but has no real scientific backing to support it.

Personal comments

While I don't believe this product really works as natural pheromones do, I do think it can help enhance the mood just by boosting confidence - as any body product can.
Follow-up commentary
Not my most favorite of products as I've not had real occasion to enjoy wearing it but the few times I've worn some it has added a touch of fragrance. Can't really comment on how it holds up to couple play / taste on the skin as I've not a partner to try it with.
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