Pure instinct attract cologne by Jelique Products - review by SweetyWench

Pure instinct attract cologne

Cologne by Jelique Products

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Pleasantly Scented Cologne, Nice Enough for Everyday Wear But Won't Work Miracles

Overall, a nice, light scent to wear if you want to try something different. I believe most people will find this non-offending. Whether or not it will make you a sex magnet is debatable and probably varies from person to person depending on individual chemistry.
Light Enough for Everyday Wear, Non-Offensive, Easy to Dab On
Doesn't Seem to Be More Sexually Attractive Than Any Other Scent
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review
Admittedly, the "Sex Attractant" aspect of this cologne is a bit overrated. I personally don't feel that this fragrance is any more or less magnetic than any other type of cologne. It's all a matter of personal preference as to whether or not one (or one's partner) will be drawn to the fragrance. That being said, I find the scent to be overall pleasant, not too overwhelming and appropriate enough for everyday use if one so desired. While it's not at the top of my list of favorite colognes/perfumes, I certainly don't find it offensive in any way, and it doesn't give me headaches (like some fragrances will sometimes do).

How to describe the scent? Hmmm. I actually haven't worn it in awhile. When I first tried it about two years ago, I considered the scent to be somewhat citrusy. It's not floral. It's not musky. It smells a little fruity (at least to me, I'm sure others might vastly disagree), with an undertone of something else I just can't quite place. I wore it daily for about 2 weeks or so, then wore it less and less. Not because I started disliking it, but rather because after the novelty of it wore off, I starting going back to my other perfumes, though I still did wear it from time to time.

The description of it being 'light and sensual' is somewhat accurate. I consider it light. As for sensual, maybe. Again, this depends on what one's personal scent preferences are. This is an oil-based fragrance that you can easily dab on to your pulse points (or wherever else you want). It's not so strong that everyone is going to smell it on you when you walk into a room, but it's nice to wear if you're going to get up close and personal with someone because that's when he'll most notice the scent and, unless you put it on rather heavily, it really shouldn't be too overwhelming. I don't recall my partner ever commenting on the scent one way or the other (and nor did I ask him). I'm sure he noticed I was wearing something, but he often doesn't comment on my fragrances unless he either really likes it or really dislikes it or if he thinks it's too strong. So therefore, this means he didn't find it either too strong nor offensive. As for whether or not it made me more sexually attractive, I may never know the answer to that. If it did have any effect in this regard, it was probably very subtle. I don't seem to recall it making things better or worse one way or the other, or if it did it was probably just coincidence.

Anyhow, two years later, I still have the fragrance and about 1/3 of it is still left in the little blue bottle. It still seems to be holding its scent decently enough. Probably not as strong as when I first got it, but it definitely still has some scent. I just don't really think to wear it anymore.
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    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • All over body
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    Thanks for the review!
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    Good review
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