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    Default Scentuelle - ever heard of it?

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    I see

    there's a new product out, claiming to have pheromonal effects. Actually, two products as one's for men and the

    other is for women.

    Here's the

    website:

    http://www.scentuellepatch.com/index.asp

    Walgreens.com carries it and their

    reviewers gave the female version a definitely mixed review - one rave and three dumps. The guys' version had one

    rave review.

    All in all, that's pretty weak endorsement, I can see why Love Scent doesn't carry it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whitehall View Post
    I see

    there's a new product out, claiming to have pheromonal effects. Actually, two products as one's for men and the

    other is for women.

    Here's the website:

    http://www.scentuellepatch.com/index.asp



    Walgreens.com carries it and their reviewers gave the female version a definitely mixed review - one rave and

    three dumps. The guys' version had one rave review.

    All in all, that's pretty weak endorsement, I can see why

    Love Scent doesn't carry it.

    I notice it claims to be a mix of "Scents," with no claim of any sort

    of pheromones or "medication" (for want of a better term), as reflected in it's name. More of a cologne/perfume

    product than anything else.

    Reminds me of the old Hai Karate or Axe ads, suggesting some sexual power that

    lurks within in.

    Just another wannabee using sexual frustrations to sell.

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    The Axe ads seem to be along

    the lines of the commercials like Nike and Gatorade. Trying to give the impression that if you use their product

    you'll be a better athlete.

    Although as far as marketing goes Axe are entertaining as well as reaching their

    target audience. "Wear this and hot chicks will flock to you!"

    If it really could do that then it would

    cost much more than the $5-8 it sells for.
    If I'm the rubber and your the glue..then I'd probably get some, and you'd just be sticky

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