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Fragrance Shopping Will Be Much Easy Now


Fragrance Shopping Will Be Much Easy Now

While having a collection is what most women want, but buying adorable fragrance can be a tough task for many guys. Since most fragrances originate from Europe, the types and their language become a problem to understand for people in other parts of the world. Most men are very particular about what they actually want. To solve the dilemma of buying a good fragrance, you must know the correct terms and types available out there.

Commonly, we think all fragrance terms like EDT (Eau De Toilette) /EDP (Eau De Parfum) /Cologne are the same and do not really know their meaning. Fragrance oil is an essential component of any fragrance product along with alcohol and water. Mostly, higher the fragrance oil, stronger the fragrance. However, a lot of different factors also affect the fragrance like how you wear your fragrance and the quality of fragrance oils used.

To make sure what you are buying, here are all the possible terms you’ll come across while shopping for your favourite kind of fragrance.

  1. Parfum

Never confuse ‘Parfum’ with the word ‘Perfume’. Both of them are entirely different. Parfum is mostly concentrated fragrances because of the presence of 15-25% oil. Parfums definitely last the longest but do not have the strong scent which EDP is known for.

  1. Eau De Parfum/ Parfum De Toilette

These are made up of 8-15% fragrance oils. It is this which you have been buying since ages and calling it ‘perfume’. It contains the same standard oil percentage which comes in perfumes nowadays. EDP is noticeable and evident amongst all.

  1. Eau De Toilette

These are made up of 4-10% fragrance oils. It is less concentrated fragrance than EDP.  Eau De Toilette is a kind of fragrance that you can wear every day during warm weather. These are perfect for people who like lighter fragrance notes.

  1. Eau De Cologne/Cologne

It is the least concentrated of all and is made up of 2-5% fragrance oils. Eau De Cologne is known for its light citric scent and men use it more often than women.

  1. Pour Homme/ Pour Femme

‘Homme’ stands for men while ‘Femme’ stands for women. Pour Homme and Femme are just male and female respectively in the French language. So, if you ever come across these terms while shopping for fragrance, you know which one to buy.

  1. Antiperspirants Sprays/Roll Ons

They reduce sweat due to the presence of the aluminum chloride, which dissolves into the sweat, forming a gel that creates a mask on the sweat gland to reduce sweat.

  1. Deodorants

Deodorants play a major role in covering the bad smell due to the bacterial breakdown in the armpits and other parts of the body.

“Fragrance speaks the loudest on a subliminal level”

So, choose your fragrance prudently with a wide range of Adiction deodorants.

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