The difference between Eau de Toilette (EDT), Eau de Perfume (EDP) and Eau de Cologne (EDC) is one of the points you should consider when buying perfumes.
Let’s take a look at the kinds of perfumes!
It is the most powerful form of perfume, it has a long-lasting property and it is seen in this form in the most intense form. the skin may remain 6+ hours, depending on the most important criteria affecting the oil, ie perfume retention; that is why very dry skin is much more permanent if moistened with a lotion containing the fragrance of the perfume. This is the purpose of the body lotion in the cofre sets, and some of them may be strong enough not to require perfume alone. 15-30% of the concentration of perfume.
2– EDP (eau de parfum)
edp is the pure perfume having 8-15% essence ratio. its durability is still high and it is between 3 and 5 hours, but these figures are just average values and may be perfumes that last up to one day depending on your skin type.
3– EDT (eau de toilette)
edt is the lighter form of edp and has a perfume concentration of 4-8% and its durability is between 2-4 hours. Although edp seems to be advantageous in terms of strength, edt perfumes can be preferred by those who do not want to be too ambitious.
4- EDC (eau de cologne)
edc is the species with the least density. Edc has a perfume concentration of 3-5% and has a 2 hour retention.