Have you ever remember a perfume you smelled after hours? That case means you liked it because the smell stayed in your mind. In fact, you can predict many factors of perfumes’ intensity or their permanent by learning what do mean the terms on the perfumes. This article will show those ways with all of the useful information.
What is the difference between EDP and EDT?
We all fall into this distinction. Usually, EDT (Eau De Toilette) perfumes are more affordable because of their non-intensity solution, but these king of perfumes can be disappointed you. Yes, they seem advantageous however the permanence is thin.
EDT means the name given to the lightest form of perfume. They involve 1-6% aromatic substances and their alcohol grades range from 60-80 degrees. So, that means low intensity and permanence weakness.
EDP (Eau De Parfum) contains 7-15% aromatic subtances and that means more intensity and more permanence.
What is Fl Oz? Does it have anything to do with permanence?
Fl Oz (Fluid Ounce) is the unit of measurement. So, our question is “Does the size of the perfumes affect the permanence?” Actually, some researches give an answer to that question positively. I’m leaving the links here so you can find the right information about them.
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Marry Bustomonte is the senior editor at Black Owlet, who gathers various ideas, garments, and more. Also, Marry writes product lists that in all the category on Black Owlet besides the fashion and celebrity materials.