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LMCCo Oil in Shampoo, Lotion, Soap, Pomade, Perfume, Laundry

Posted: Mon Jan 26, 2009 1:15 pm
by GypsyHeart
Hi Ya'll

I LOVE your oils they smell and look great and always make me smile when I look at your pretty labels. I have a question and hope that it's ok to ask this here in public I'm a little shy about it but here goes
Is it ok to use Lucky Mojo oils down there if you know what im saying I want to dress my husband on his privates and want to make sure he'll be ok if i do hehehehe.

thanks again ya'll

Roberta a.ka. Gypsy

Re: Dressing Your Man

Posted: Wed Jan 28, 2009 7:58 pm
by Lukianos
Hi Gypsy

While none of Lucky Mojo's oils are hypoallergenic, some are specially formulated for use on delicate areas: Lucky Swastika oil (masculine) and Lucky Clover oil (feminine). Other LM oils may also be ok for such applications, but please do consider mixing them with a massage-type oil or lotion to reduce the risk of irritation. In any case, it is probably a good idea to test the oil you want to use ahead of time on a small patch of skin in a less sensitive area and wait 24h or so to see if any irritation / burning sensation develops.

Hope this helps!

Edward

Re: Dressing Your Man

Posted: Sun Feb 22, 2009 6:22 pm
by Leah Rivera
Thank you for taking the time to answer this question!

Re: Dressing Your Man

Posted: Wed Feb 25, 2009 10:30 am
by tisha
add some to the wash water of his underwear too.
just in case!

Re: Dressing Your Man

Posted: Wed Feb 25, 2009 1:01 pm
by J Simulcik
Just keep in mind that some fabrics may be harmed by the addition of oil. Though this can certainly be done with a small amount of oil in a pinch, Lucky Mojo bath crystals are a much more suited product for this application.

LMCCo Oil in Shampoo, Lotion, Soap, Pomade, Perfume, Laundry

Posted: Tue Mar 03, 2009 10:05 am
by Angelina2
Hi all,

Just wondering if it is okay to use dressing oils as a perfume oil to wear? Some of them smell very good-If I annoint myself with the oil it have the same effect as if I had used the oil during a ritual? For example- attraction oil-?
Thanks.

Re: Using Dressing/Anointing Oils as Perfume?

Posted: Tue Mar 03, 2009 10:37 am
by J Simulcik
See this thread: dressing-your-man-t15.html

When worn with intent and not just as a scent, yes, the oils will have the same effect.

Re: Dressing Your Man

Posted: Tue Mar 03, 2009 11:11 am
by Sharona22
I have an awesome rob I wore when I did my wiccan spell work and want to wear it while doing all myspells with my LM products when I do the spell kit and lite the matching candle for this specific intent would washing the robe and everything else I am wearing that night in the matching bath crystals help.

Re: Using Dressing/Anointing Oils as Perfume?

Posted: Wed Mar 04, 2009 7:10 am
by Angelina2
Thanks!

Re: Using Dressing/Anointing Oils as Perfume?

Posted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 8:58 am
by ArchAngel2
Isn't some of the oils bad for the skin?

Re: Using Dressing/Anointing Oils as Perfume?

Posted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 11:18 am
by Literarylioness
ArchAngel]

You might be allergic to them. I put the oils at the ends of my hair, since they are great for split ends too.

Mary

Re: Using Dressing/Anointing Oils as Perfume?

Posted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 11:36 am
by ArchAngel2
That's actually a good idea.

Re: Using Dressing/Anointing Oils as Perfume?

Posted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 4:54 pm
by Lukianos
Hi ArchAngel,

It is always advisable to test a small amount of the oil on a small area of one's skin before applying it more extensively--none of Lucky Mojo's condition oils are hypo-allergenic for all people, although a couple (Lucky Swastika and Lucky Clover) are formulated for massage. One can dilute most LM oils in a carrier oil (any massage-type oil) to make them milder on the skin.

Dressing Oils for a Newbie

Posted: Fri Mar 06, 2009 7:22 am
by LMFan
I'm just getting into this, and was wondering if you all could recommend which oils to get to start off? And what kind of candles you would recommend.

I've been purchasing the already dressed candles from Lucky Mojo-- and love them but it would be great to just have oils on hand to dress my own..
Thanks!

Re: Dressing Oils for a Newbie

Posted: Fri Mar 06, 2009 8:13 am
by J Simulcik
I would say start out with one or two oils from each of the major families. Lucky Mojo does have the 12 for 10 special; not a bad deal if you want to make sure you have all your bases covered. I would start with Attraction, Love Me, Money Drawing, Money Stay With Me, Uncrossing, Blessing, Cut and Clear, Cast Off Evil, Clarity, and Van Van. That leaves two for you to customize to your usual causes. Let us know what you choose, I think this is a really good idea for a thread!

Re: Dressing Oils for a Newbie

Posted: Fri Mar 06, 2009 9:03 am
by marcoa
Hi LMFan,

If I may suggest, I think Special Oil No. 20 is a great one since you are planning to incorporate the oil into candle magic. Special Oil No. 20 is an all-purpose candle dressing oil and smells amazing! You should also have a wide range of candle colors to cover all of your needs. If money is an issue, start with white candles. I also like 7-day candles best as they are enjoyable to dress. If you were to by a bunch of oils I would humbly suggest: High John the Conqueror, Lodestone, VanVan, Fast Luck and Attraction as these are pretty versatile and cover many magical needs.

Hope this helps a little!

Marcoa

Re: Dressing Oils for a Newbie

Posted: Fri Mar 06, 2009 9:54 am
by LMFan
Great recommendations, thank you.. I think I'm going to do the 12 oils and then get a pack ofassorted candle colors cause I'm not sure what I'm going to be doing..
What is Van Van Oil? I see that alot.. and also the Queen Elizabeth, what is that used for?

Re: Dressing Oils for a Newbie

Posted: Fri Mar 06, 2009 10:35 am
by Turnsteel
LMFan

Well Van Van is used for a lot of things; for luck, to anoint talismans and lucky charms,and spiritually cleaning ones home are what I use it for but I'm sure you could you it for other things. Now Queen Elizabeth is a root used mostly for love work when one wants a man. I've heard of people making it into a pendulum as well but have never done so myself.

Hope that helps

Re: Dressing Oils for a Newbie

Posted: Mon Mar 09, 2009 7:31 am
by LMFan
Great, thanks. Anyone have some good ideas to share for combining Lucky Mojo oils for specific forms of candle work??

Re: Dressing Oils for a Newbie

Posted: Mon Mar 09, 2009 2:53 pm
by Literarylioness
LMFan

I like topping everything off with Crown of Success.

If it is a love mix, I like Come to Me, Love Me, and Stay with Me/Look Me Over. Really depends on what you are doing. I like a hint of King Solomon's Wisdom oil in love oils with the Crown of Success.

If it is a money mix, I like Wealthy Way, Prosperity, and Money Stay with Me. Again, a bit of Crown of Success.

Really depends on what you are mixing.

Mary

Re: Dressing Oils for a Newbie

Posted: Tue Mar 10, 2009 10:03 am
by LMFan
Well I don't have a need for anything right now I am just experimenting.. I ordered a bunch of different oils and bunch of different candles-- and was wondering how everyone uses theirs and what kind of success rate they've had.

Re: Using Dressing/Anointing Oils as Perfume?

Posted: Sun Mar 15, 2009 7:53 pm
by Mercurious
I always love wearing my oils as perfumes when working with on specific things. I wear a money-drawing oil with intentions of drawing money to me and when I go out to apply for jobs. I feel that the scent of the oil is magical as well as the herbs and oils that produce that scent. So when the people I talk to smell that, I believe that is another way of working the magic to bring me prosperity. And I have had good results doing so.

Re: Using Dressing/Anointing Oils as Perfume?

Posted: Sun Mar 15, 2009 8:25 pm
by catherineyronwode
To clarify the issue of whether dressing oils are "bad for the skin" -- there are many uncut essential oils which have mildly to greatly irritating effects on the skin of almost everyone (Cinnamon essential oil is an example), and a few which have irritating effects on the skin of some people but not others (Lavender Essential oil is an example) -- but Lucky Mojo dressing oils are not made of uncut essential oils -- the essentials are diluted to skin-safe level in a neutral carrier oil, such as Almond oil, Olive oil, or Mineral oil (depending on the individual formula). They are therefore skin-safe for most people -- but they are not hypo-allergenic, which means that people with known skin allergies should test them before use, just as they would have to test out any skin lotion, shampoo, or soap.

Furthermore, what i have written above about Lucky Mojo ritual oils does NOT apply to all *other* brands of conjure oils. Some brands are made with toxic diethyl phthalate (look it up at google) or may be laced with synthetic scents that are not skin-safe.

Please read the following pages from "Hoodoo in Theory and Practice" to get more information on this subject:

Re: Using Dressing/Anointing Oils as Perfume?

Posted: Thu Mar 19, 2009 1:49 am
by Sabrina_2
I sometime wear them on the skin too. if you are sensitve to the oil, you might want to try the powder instead. they smell just as good and the smell are quite lasting too. I often sprinkle some on the bed when I lay new sheets, and the dreams I get all the time, is profound, (if you know what I mean)

Re: Using Dressing/Anointing Oils as Perfume?

Posted: Thu Mar 19, 2009 5:18 am
by Angelina2
Thank you everyone!

Re: Using Dressing/Anointing Oils as Perfume?

Posted: Thu Mar 19, 2009 11:07 am
by Sharona22
When you say when worn with intent not just scent .. Do you just say a silent petition before putting it on? Can you explain how you do this?

Re: Using Dressing/Anointing Oils as Perfume?

Posted: Thu Mar 19, 2009 12:04 pm
by Literarylioness
Sharona22

Whenever you use the conditioning oils, the intent is there to begin with. Lucky Mojo's oils are all prayed over and the intent is in the bottle. For example, Come to Me is a love oil and the intent is you get who you desire.

It's a matter of thinking of the oils as more than just a fragrance.

Mary

Re: Using Dressing/Anointing Oils as Perfume?

Posted: Thu Mar 19, 2009 5:32 pm
by Lukianos
Hi Sharona,

While, as Mary pointed out, Lucky Mojo oils are all prayed over with intent during their manufacture, it still makes sense to personalize your intent for them when using them as a personal scent. This may be done by praying over the entire bottle / packet, or just over the portion of the product that you are using at that time. Once prayed over, you would then apply the product as you usually do.

Re: Using Dressing/Anointing Oils as Perfume?

Posted: Sat Mar 21, 2009 11:41 am
by Sharona22
This is something I am going to be doing on a regular basis now. for many reasons never thought about it, like healing oils applied every night prior to sleep.

I have one more question: Is using an oil better than or different or same as using the bath crystals? This is very importsnt to me.

Re: Using Dressing/Anointing Oils as Perfume?

Posted: Sat Mar 21, 2009 11:43 am
by Sharona22
Can I wear and dress my clothes in Pyschic Vision oil and dust my hands with Power powder??

Re: Using Dressing/Anointing Oils as Perfume?

Posted: Sun Mar 22, 2009 9:49 am
by Miss Bri
Sharona22

Yes, you can.

Bri

Re: Using Dressing/Anointing Oils as Perfume?

Posted: Sun Mar 22, 2009 9:56 am
by catherineyronwode
Sharona22 wrote:Is using an oil better than or different or same as using the bath crystals?
It is simply another form of the same spiritual preparation. Oils are easier to rub on the skin, on wax candles, on wood, metal, or leather -- but they stain paper and they may stain cloth. So when a practitioner wishes to dress cloth or paper, we advise sprinkling the powders. Likewise, when bathing, scrubbing, or doing the laundry, it is more convenient to use the bath crystals or crystal salts.

HOW TO DRESS YOURSELF WITH OILS

Posted: Sun May 10, 2009 10:23 am
by mar_2
I have a question, i have read, that when dressing yourself with any of the oils, such as with Come to me Oil, Follow me Boy etc, you basically put it on your whole body, going upwards. Then I have also read, that you can just dab a bit on your forehead or even in your hair. Can someone please tell me which way is the correct way, or does it not matter?

Thanks
Mar

Re: HOW TO DRESS YOURSELF WITH OILS

Posted: Sun May 10, 2009 10:52 am
by theusurper
personaly i put it on my pulse and between my breast

Re: HOW TO DRESS YOURSELF WITH OILS

Posted: Sun May 10, 2009 10:59 am
by mar_2
So it doesnt matter, where you put it on, as long as you get it on your skin?

Re: HOW TO DRESS YOURSELF WITH OILS

Posted: Sun May 10, 2009 11:59 am
by Dr Johannes
The general recommendation is to anoint yourself from toes to knees and then fingers to elbows to draw something.

If working for love, private areas are usually anointed as well.

Then we come to variations:

A Crowning (with King Solomon Wisdom or Crown of Success) is done exclusively on the head.
Blessings usually include feet, hands, breast bone, back of head and crown of head.
Foot washing is usually followed by anointing the feet.

Some modern practitioner, who are familiar with the chakric system usually anoints the appropriate chakra (heart, sexual and root chakras for love).

For more ways check out "Golden Sercrets of The Mystic Oils" by Anna Riva.
She uses different names than those of the Lucky Mojo Brand, but if you find a trick you like, we can recommend the equivalent LM oil.


Johannes

Re: HOW TO DRESS YOURSELF WITH OILS

Posted: Sun May 10, 2009 2:34 pm
by mar_2
Thanks Johannes, cause I just figured it didnt really matter where you put the oil as long as u get it on your skin. But some have also recommended it in your hair..so that's why i was a bit confused.

Re: HOW TO DRESS YOURSELF WITH OILS

Posted: Sun May 10, 2009 4:26 pm
by mar_2
oh and another question, do dress myself the same with the powders as well? I mean from toes to knees and then fingers to elbows? Its for love work ;)

Re: HOW TO DRESS YOURSELF WITH OILS

Posted: Mon May 11, 2009 9:53 pm
by jewelzdevone
What do you do if you have super sensitive skin and can't tolerate the oils too well without getting a rash? Even diluted oils get to me and I'm allergic to a lot of the oils out there - even carrier oils like mineral oil. I've always thought that you only had to anoint your head or your hands. This is the first time I've heard of putting it other places. How long do you have to keep the oil on?
<3
Jewelz

Re: HOW TO DRESS YOURSELF WITH OILS

Posted: Tue May 12, 2009 1:10 am
by Dr Johannes
mar,
Dusting yourself with the powders can be done in the same way, yes. For love I would dress heart and private areas as well.

Jewelz,
Most of the Lucky Mojo carrier oils are Almond based, not mineral oil. Other brands out there use mineral oil as a standard and add phtalates to make the oil smoother, which can trigger allergic reactions.

Should the Essential oils be the problem, try dilluting with almond oil, try a powder or to smoke yourself very lightly with the incense.

Johannes Gardback

Re: HOW TO DRESS YOURSELF WITH OILS

Posted: Tue May 12, 2009 1:53 am
by jewelzdevone
Thanks!

Re: HOW TO DRESS YOURSELF WITH OILS

Posted: Wed May 13, 2009 7:39 pm
by Lukianos
Hi mar,

You don't necessarily need to put oils directly on your skin--many work just fine when applied lightly over clothing. That said, some oils are traditionally applied to specific parts of the body-- Fear Not to Walk Over Evil to the feet, Crown of Success and King Solomon's Wisdpm to the head, etc.

Using oils and their purpose

Posted: Fri May 29, 2009 11:21 am
by Angelina2
Hi all,

Just wondering for certain LM annointing oils such as "Cleo May" or "come to Me", their purpose is listed as getting clients; or to attract someone to you-but would it be okay to use these oils on my husband and not someone new, but only to have an effect on him?-how can i make sure?
Thank you :-)

Re: Using oils and their purpose

Posted: Fri May 29, 2009 5:21 pm
by Lukianos
Hi Angelina,

If you are intending to use love oils in the context of a monogamous, committed relationship, you might find formulas such as Dixie Love, Adam and Eve, or Fire of Love more to your liking. Cleo May is formulated for the working girl who wants to draw generous clients (whether in the sex industry or otherwise); Come To Me is most often used to draw new love (whether a known or unknown person). In contrast, Dixie Love, Adam and Eve, and Fire of Love are all formulated to promote love and passion between partners who are known to each other and serious about each other. Stay With Me is another attraction formula that is formulated for known, current partners.

http://www.luckymojo.com/dixielove.html
http://www.luckymojo.com/adamandeve.html
http://www.luckymojo.com/fireoflove.html
http://www.luckymojo.com/staywithme.html

In all cases, you will speak your intent/desire and your target's name when you deploy the oils; this focuses the effects of the work.

Good Luck!

Re: Using oils and their purpose

Posted: Mon Jun 01, 2009 12:36 pm
by Angelina2
Thank you ElKnapp!

LMCCo Oil in Shampoo, Lotion, Soap, Pomade, Perfume, Laundry

Posted: Thu Jul 09, 2009 3:50 pm
by loveliesbleeding
Hi all,

Would it be good to mix condition oil into a bottle of unscented hair oil to incorporate it into your work?

If it is, then how much should one blend in and should it be with all the herbs in the bottle or strained before adding?

Thanks

Re: supercharging hair oil

Posted: Thu Jul 09, 2009 3:55 pm
by Miss Bri
You can certainly add condition oil to unscented hair oil, as far as proportions that is up to you, when I am blending oils I want to make sure I get the scent, that's what tells me how concentrated I need to make the blend.

If you are doing this as a sneaky trick then you certainly do want the herbs to give you away. If you are doing it for your own personal use then you can keep the herbs or not, I would strain them out but that's me, and I do not use hair oil on a regular basis, so I defer to those with more experience on this one :-)

You can also add drops of condition oil to shampoo and conditioner as well.

take care,
Bri

Re: supercharging hair oil

Posted: Thu Jul 09, 2009 5:27 pm
by loveliesbleeding
Nope, not a sneaky trick :)

Just a way to add some magic to my daily regimen instead of having to dab the oil on my hair after I get all dressed. Hopefully the condition oil will have the effect of energizing the rest of the hair dressing making it one supercharged can of goop that will work to "bring me what I want" lol... (thinking attraction oil or come to me... or something of that nature).

Dominating pomade?

Posted: Fri Jul 10, 2009 12:14 am
by snake
I've been looking at the hair products and I'm wondering if they can be given as a gift to someone with some sort of dressing/blessing that the hair product will help me dominate their head. The bergamot hair dressing seems like it could be used for domination, but could one of the pomades be fixed for domination? Also, I know those products are traditional for African-American folks, but are they suitable for the type of hair texture of someone with Native American and Mexican heritage?

Re: Dominating pomade?

Posted: Fri Jul 10, 2009 7:13 am
by Literarylioness
You can put an of the oils in any hair product. I use the oils on the ends of my hair with great results. Do you what type of hair care products your target uses? I would put some dominating types of oils in that.

Mary

Re: Dominating pomade?

Posted: Fri Jul 10, 2009 10:26 pm
by snake
You know, I can't remember exactly what he uses, but he's into the rockabilly look, so he slicks his hair back and I guess he uses something for shine. He was using some salon products, but I can't remember the brands anymore. I think he will appreciate the real vintage packaging and I was going to wrap it up with some other retro rockabilly things for a birthday gift.

In theory though, the fixed hair products will help me dominate his head, correct?

Re: Dominating pomade?

Posted: Sat Jul 11, 2009 12:40 pm
by Literarylioness
snake

They will help you dominate him period, not just his head.

Mary

Re: Dominating pomade?

Posted: Sat Jul 11, 2009 10:50 pm
by snake
Excellent! That is exactly what I am trying to do! I'm hoping to get up to the LM store this Thursday with a car full of friends.

Oils and time limits?

Posted: Tue Sep 15, 2009 1:16 pm
by Moondoggie
I am not too sure how to phrase the topic. Admin, feel free to change it accordingly to something more suitable. There is a lot of talk and work that goes on with oils. My question is how long does it last? Let's say I get some Follow-Me Boy and I place it on door knobs and spoons and my hands and the boy does indeed follow me as expected. Does this only work as long as the oil is in contact with his skin or essence? Is the spell gone when he washes up? Does this mean I need to anoint the objects again prior to each visit?

If this is indeed the case, can I just take a one dram vial and mix his hair with the follow-me oil with my petition as I seal it and I can call it good for a while? Is this something I can anoint a photograph of him with the Follow-Me Boy as well and keep it under my mattress and have another longer lasting effect? I am not trying to get minimal work out of the oil and maximum result, I am just trying to understand the oils better.

Re: Oils and time limits?

Posted: Tue Sep 15, 2009 3:52 pm
by Miss Bri
The little tricks that you are talking about (oiling a doorknob or a spoon) are household tricks that need to be repeated with regularity. Just like feeding your man your menstrual blood--that is something that many women do every time they have their period, so think of it like that, as a regular, recurring cycle. Getting the formulas in touch with your target's physical self is one of the best ways to influence the outcome, which is why many folks are fans of a variety of sneaky tricks that involve replacing, say the target's talcum powder that they put in their shoes every morning with half normal talcum powder and half formula sachet powder. Other similar tricks involve adding an oil or oils to bath/shower gel, shampoo, conditioner, etc. That way you get a two-fer: regular, repeated, usage on the part of the target and lots of contact with the target's body.

Now with that said, putting your guys hair in a full dram bottle of LMC oil is basically a bottle spell and you can't just put the hair in there and walk away and never think about it again. A bottle spell is one kind of container spell, honey jars are a special kind of bottle spell, a mojo bag is a special kind of container spell. Both of those topics have been discussed extensively in the forum and if you do a search you will see that in both cases you must work the honey jar or mojo bag on a regular basis. Same goes for a bottle spell, you could use the oil that way, but you are still going to need to work the bottle. Saying your prayers, stating your wishes and desires, etc.

Hope that helps,
Bri

Re: Oils and time limits?

Posted: Tue Sep 15, 2009 5:57 pm
by Moondoggie
Well, that makes sense. I will definitely look further into the jars and bags. Thank you.

How do LM oils work?

Posted: Fri Nov 13, 2009 9:18 am
by Wanttounderstand
My cousin brought some Lm oils, she brought fast luck, five finger grass and lucky hand . She mixed the oils together put them on and said this prayer but she didn't use any candles or anything like thatand she has been lucky lately. I asked her if she had done anything else and she said no but I always thought that you had to do a spell with like burning candles in order for the oils to work, so my question is do the oils just work by themsevles? Because I've seen on the site when your reading about the products it tells you what you need for the spells.

Re: How do LM oils work?

Posted: Fri Nov 13, 2009 10:09 am
by Devi Spring
Oils have a power to themselves - the power that comes from each of the herb, root, and any minerals that make up the formula. Each oil is also prayed over by the practitioners at LM before they are set out for sale, so they are already magically active.

That being said, they are active in a general way that is related to whatever formula that you're using. You still need pray or do other work to make the effect the specific one that you are wanting.

For instance I like to use Love Me oil on items that I'm selling. The Love Me oil comes magically active to cause feelings of attraction. I personalize the effect by praying and working for that attraction to work on a retail level, rather than a sexual one.

So the oils work on their own - but they are more powerful if you work WITH them to get the exact effect you're looking for.

But sometimes I just wear Fast Luck as a personal scent without any specific intent, just to see how the day unfolds with that magic in my energy. It's always interesting!

Re: How do LM oils work?

Posted: Fri Nov 13, 2009 10:54 am
by Wanttounderstand
Thanks for letting me know because I've been teying to figure out if she did someextra but just didn't want to tell me.

Using oils in hair?

Posted: Mon Nov 16, 2009 1:35 am
by silver_disc
Hi all :D

I dress myself regularly with LM oils, and have realised that my skin (especially my hands, which I use to anoint myself) feels a lot softer and smoother after use.

I have dry-ish hair, and the oils smell sooo good- so I was wondering if it would be alright to apply a little through my hair?

My boyfriend's fond of sniffing my hair, so all the better for putting love-type oils on, too! :D

What do you guys think?

Thanks, and happy hoodooing!
Annabelle