What’s the difference between Eau de Toilette Spray, Parfum Spray, and Eau de Parfum spray?

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What’s the difference between Eau de Toilette Spray, Parfum Spray, and Eau de Parfum spray?

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Same fragrance, but it comes down to concentration.

– parfum: is the concentrated stuff. 20-30% scent and more oil based. This stuff you only need to apply a few dabs and thats enough to last all day.

– eau de parfum: less concentrated, maybe 15-20 %. Again, a few dabs, should last a few hours, might need to be reapplied as your skin breathes, you sweat etc.

– eau de toilette: again much less concentrated ~10%. Meant to be reapplied when you (you guessed it) freshen up in the bathroom every few hours. Where the first two are dabs, this one you spray. If you were to spray the first two you’d smell like one of those people who used too much perfume and smelled like a whorehouse.

– cologne – usually 5-10% scent; mens fragrances are meant to be faint hints in the background, not a main course like women’s fragrances are. Usually a spray or a dab but meant to be applied very sparingly. If you spray your cologne like spray deoderant I guarantee women are giggling at your behind your back. That is after they can smell you coming from a mile away.

Perfume (in drip or spray) is the most concentrated version – it typically contains 20% or more of the fragrance ingredients (oils etc); Eau the parfum is somewhat more diluted, usually around 10-20%, Eau de Toilette even more, 5-10% and ultimately Eau De Cologne with something below 5%.

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