With the number of choices of perfumes to choose from, some of you out there are confused of the difference of these fragrances, especially they use foreign terms on the label. What does "EDT" mean? What's the difference between "Eau De Cologne" and "Eau De Parfum"? Does "Toilette" means I have to use it in the comfort room?" We'll try to make it simple and comprehensible for you with this list.
Here are the different kinds of perfume you need to know about:
"Eau Fraiche" literally means "Fresh Water". This type of perfume has the lowest fragrance oil concentration and diluted with more water than alcohol, making it the least perfume to last the longest. This kind of perfume is best to wear as post shower fragrance.
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Eau De Toilette, or also labeled as "EDT", is not something you use just in the comfort room. These perfumes are the most popular type since they are well-balanced and they are more budget-friendly. With its 5-15 percent oil concentration, these scents are enough to last you the day, but not until the evening. These are perfect perfumes to wear during work, since they contain fresh notes, and not too heavy for the nose.
These perfume type is popular for women, but now they have been widely popular with men's scents as well. With oil concentration of 15-20 percent, these perfumes will last you throughout the day. Most perfumes in this category have fuller-bodied ingredients such as leather or wood, making them smell more sophisticated and complex. These scents are perfect to wear on occasions where you would need the scent to last from start to finish. Also, take note that these perfumes are more expensive than Eau De Toilette scents.
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