The difference between Eau de parfum (EDP) and Eau de Toilette (EDT)

The difference refers only to concentrations that make up a perfume oils. These oils are called “flavors”. The highest concentration of flavors found in products labeled “fragrance”. The following are “Eau de parfum” (common name and “perfumed water”), then “Eau de Toilette” and finally “Eau de Cologne”. In particular products manly levels “Eau de toilette” and “Eau de Cologne” are very close.

After Shave-and he is also a perfume, but the proportion between oils and fragrances significantly less alcohol, focusing rather on the look antiseptic. For this reason, the odor released by the application of an after-shave is not as persistent as that of a perfume. A similar situation is encountered and deodorants.

With greater concentration of flavors, the effect will last more than a perfume, and even less need to apply to use.

For reference, Eau de Parfum contains oil in concentrations of 8% -15% and the smell will last between 3 to 5 hours, while Eau de Toilette contains oil at a rate of 4% – 8% and the smell will take between 2 and 4 hours. Perfumes of other species have concentrations of between 15% and 30%, and can take up to 6 hours depending on the skin and are applied and clear and the amount of fragrance used.