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I Am Curious About.....adultery!

Discussion in 'General' started by DubOudh, Jul 30, 2020.

  1. DubOudh

    DubOudh Whats this Oud About?

    ...reactions....
    I have been using Oud now since about four months back.....
    I have used quite a few vendors initially....but have settled on about three main suppliers for most of my purchases......
    While as has been posted many times on here...buying Oud is very much a "Trust" instinct. There is one particular Oud that I have used but notice that I do get a terrible itch from using it....which is a shame because it has a nice scent. Now I am wondering if it may be an adulterated version of Oud or just a simple skin reaction to it. When I have applied it to my wrists....it becomes itchy ans slightly red to see.

    I am aware when applying anything to the skin there can be reaction, however I am wondering if any of the more experienced Oud users out here can enlighten me as to their own experiences with Oud.
    Thank you all in advance...
     
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  2. Joshua Riding

    Joshua Riding Utter Gentleman

    Not proof of adulteration, I had the same thing with one particular oud, it’s usually Hindi ouds for some reason


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  3. DubOudh

    DubOudh Whats this Oud About?

    Thank you Joshua for your reply.
    And can I ask...did you use the Oud in a particular way as to avoid your skin?
    For example on your clothes instead? It is interesting as I would imagine it may be a common enough complaint when applying an Oud/Oil to one's skin. I believe it is only one certain type of Oud but I shall have to monitor it. I usually am ok with natural oil....but such is life.
    Thank you again for your experience shared..
     
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  4. Joshua Riding

    Joshua Riding Utter Gentleman

    I can’t stomach applying the to clothes lol I need to apply to skin, I would alternate the site you apply the oud and see how it works... also keep your skin well moisturised


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  5. DubOudh

    DubOudh Whats this Oud About?

    Thank you again....well at the moment...it appears to be just one particular Oudh that causes me a reaction...I have used it on clothes in certain areas and it kind of works...but much prefer my skin....
     
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