Quality differences in the case of Eau de Parfum, Eau de Toilette, and Eau de Cologne
The scent of a perfume lies in the composition of the oils. These are put together by each perfumer and matched to each other.
- The perfume in a perfumery, however, is not out of the pure fragrance oil. Instead, this is diluted with water and alcohol.
- The lower the concentration of the fragrance oils in the finished perfume is, the weaker the fragrance intensity. Therefore, you need to apply certain products, a greater amount.
- Due to the lower concentration of the price of the respective perfume drops also.
Eau de Parfum: The highest quality fragrance
Eau de Parfum is also listed as Parfum de Toilette, Esprit de Parfum.
- With 15 to 30 percent of the fragrant oils of the shares, has the Eau de Parfum is the highest concentration.
- Due to the high concentration of it is very intense in fragrance. You use it so it's best to apply sparingly to avoid a "scent cloud".
- The smell of this high-quality variant evaporates only very slowly and so you can perceive this for days later on the skin.
Eau de Toilette is perfect for everyday wear
The Eau de Toilette version, the content of substances differ in comparison to Eau de perfume.
- The concentration of the Eau de toiletvariant is 6-10%. In addition, it sometimes also changes the heart note of the fragrance, so that it receives a fresher character.
- The fragrance is light, which is why it spacious can use as the Eau de Parfum.
- A perfume has a longer shelf life to make, wear it to warm the body on.
- Eau de Toilette is suitable for everyday use as well as for the evening.
The volatile type: Eau de Cologne
Eau de Cologne is translated as "Cologne water," and in fact, the fragrance in the year 1709 was created by the Italians Johann Maria Farina in Cologne, Germany.
- With 3-5 percent fragrance oils is Eau de Cologne , a very light fragrance variant.
- The scent is very flüchig and is mainly suitable as a refreshment of water in between.