F.A.Q.s for Fragrances 1
The difference between types of fragrance is the amount or concentration of the oils in it. These oils are commonly referred to as “juice”. The higher the concentration of “juice” the longer your fragrance will last and the less you need to apply.
Perfume (or parfum) has the highest concentration of juice, causing the scent to be released over a longer period of time in a series of notes
The second highest concentration is found in Eau de Parfum which has a touch lighter smell to it than perfume.
Next is Eau de Toilette, whose scent is lighter still, so it is fit to apply liberally.
Lastly, Eau de Cologne is the most subtle version of fragrance; however Eau de Toilette and Eau de Cologne are generally interchangeable, particularly in Men’s fragrances. After Shave has the least amount of oils.
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Body chemistry is unique. An individual’s body chemistry will affect how different fragrance notes react to a person’s skin. Skin has a natural smell and can be altered by things like hormonal changes, stress, mood, diet and medications.
Fragrance lasts longer on some people than on others because of differences in our skin (oily or dry) and in our PH levels. The easiest ways to achieve a longer effect are by moisturizing and/or layering your fragrance. Try using the fragrance bath gel, (if the company offers one), then the moisturizer or powder, and finish off with the Eau de Toilette, Eau de Parfum or Eau de Cologne.
Applying your fragrance after a shower can help it last longer, as well as spraying it low on the body, behind your ears and on your neck, so that the scent rises. A light spritz on the hair can last all day.
There is absolutely no difference in fragrance between a splash and a spray. While a spray bottle may have a longer shelf life as it is ostensibly sealed, the only actual difference is in the application making the choice between splash and spray a matter of personal preference.