vanilla essence for instant attraction
May 20, 2007 12:55pm CST
If you do not have very much money to spend on nice perfume, buy a bottle of nice vanilla essence, intended to be used in the kitchen, and dab a little onto your pulse points. Vanilla is an attractant and nobody will notice that it is not actually perfume. This is tried and tested, I always used vanilla on dates and well, for my sins I have Other Half, don't I!
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22 May 07
Well, vanilla oil is OK for rooms, but the ordinary vanilla essence you put a drop of into cooking is what I use and I get away with it lol. I don't know why it makes people feel good, but it worked for me and got me Other Half. Unfortunately Father (in Law) came too,sigh.
• United Kingdom
21 May 07
Ok I will try that as I have some but see if it does not work well watch out I will try it today actually as I am not going anywhere so if it goes wrong I am straight in the Shower What am I letting myself in for and if this is a wind up for me well beware of Gissi wrath lol
8 Jun 07
Yes, along with all floral and spice scents vanilla has been well known as a perfumery ingredient. It just happens to be more widely accessible due to its popularity as a cookery ingredient, and I must say that it has really helped me from time to time. Strange thing is that I am an absolute fragrance addict and do save up for a couple of small bottles of good fragrance a year, but I still revert to my good old bottle of vanilla essence!
• United States
30 May 07
I have never heard of doing this but since I love the smell of vanilla, I may have to try this. I bet it wouldn't attract the bees like most perfume does either as it is a more natural scent. I had heard of using almond extract, but I don't care for the smell of it.
30 Oct 07
I know exactly what you mean. I don't think anything smells better than natural vanilla scent. I used to buy the vanilla body oil from the Body Shop and I was constantly complimented, but they stopped making it from pure vanilla and I started using 100% vanilla bean oil. It smells almost identical and its half the price!