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Eau De Toilette Vs Eau De Parfum

Perfumes are known for pleasant aromas. Every scent has its own unique fragrance. Use of redolence has been a part of life since ancient times. In today’s modern era, it’s important as it was a long time ago. As of now perfume use has become a fashion trend in men, women and teenagers as well. Nearly every country has its own perfume industry. Because of which there are various astounding perfume brands.

In this blog, we’ll discuss Eau De Toilette Vs Eau De Parfum, which are introduced by the European countries and are liked by the people because of their light and pleasing smells.

What is Eau De Toilette?

Eau de toilette belongs to the European region and experts reckon that it was developed in the 14th century by the Hungarian man for Queen Elisabeth (A ruler of Hungry).

Eau de toilette, means an aromatic and a grooming water. It contains notes like alcohol, floral scents, geranium, lavender , lilac and violet waters. That makes this scent distinctive. You can wear this smell at work and spending time with your partner. It lasts for 2 to 3 hours, so you need to wear it twice a day. Although, it is an expensive perfumery product that has a number of sales all over the world.

Eau de toilette comprises a low combination of perfume oil and alcohol that smell concentration is measured about 5-15%. It contains a higher amount of alcohol than perfumery oil. Therefore, it evaporates quickly and lasts for a short duration with regard to intensity. There are many perfumes of Eau de toilette, some are mentioned below:

  • Chanel Allure
  • Chanel Coco
  • Blu Mediterraneo Bergamotto Di Calabria
  • Hermes Voyage d’hermes Eau de toillette
  • Nautica Voyage

What is Eau De Parfum?

This perfume comes from France. It is used by people all around the world and it is also popular in specific regions. Due to its enduring and lasting smell, this perfumery product has unique redolence.

Eau de parfum is produced with higher concentration of oil about 12-18% . Therefore, it has a lasting fragrance for about 4-5 hours. This is a more expensive perfume than EDT.

The fragrance suggested best for the day and night-outs. The perfume is known for its elegance and fragrance. It contains notes, such as citrus, fresh floral, jasmine, rose, worm musk, amber, vanilla etc. There are various Eau de Parfum. Some best Eau De parfum names are listed below:

  • Ellis Brooklyn salt Eau de parfum
  • Chloe Eau de Parfum
  • Nest New York Sunkissed Hibiscus Eau de parfum
  • Miu Miu L’eau Rosee Eau De parfum

How to Use EDP and EDT Perfumes

EDT perfume should be applied on wrists and behind ears after bath. Due to its 2-3 lasting hours, one needs to apply it twice in a day.

  • Do not mix the fragrance of perfumes.
  • You can use EDP perfumes on occasions like dates, birthday parties and baby showers etc., because it has 4-6 lasting hours.
  • Before wearing the smell, read the product label, for right guidance.
  • Keep the perfume bottles in an appropriate environment which suits them.
  • After wearing perfume, make sure that lid of the bottle is tightly covered.
  • These scents are sold under different names.


  • Both perfumes contain similar notes.
  • The two are French perfumes.
  • Both men and women can wear these smells.
  • Both perfumes are suitable for night and day outs.
  • Summer is the best time for applying both perfumes.


  • EDP perfume is more expensive than EDT.
  • EDT contains higher amounts of alcohol while EDP perfume comprises maximum quantity of perfumery oil about 12-18%.
  • EDP has a longevity of about 4-6 hours, while EDT stays last for 2-3 hours.
  • Due to their notes both perfumes’ intensity vary.


In this blog, you get to know about Eau De Toilette and Eau De Perfumes their differences. Both the perfumes are nice that reduce unpleasant body odor and provide a light and healthy feeling to you. It assists you to keep your day productive. Both men and women can wear these lightly and refreshing smells. However,one should use these smells according to the personality and preference.

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