What is the difference between Eau de Toilette and Eau de Parfum? Perfumer's guide
When we talk about perfume, the terms Eau de Parfum and Eau de Toilette are frequently used. These two classifications of a perfume differ in terms of sillage and remanence. The sillage is the olfactory impression perceived in the air and the remanence refers to the holding of the perfume in time.
An Eau de Toilette has a lower concentration and can therefore be considered a more discreet fragrance. The Eaux de Toilette J'ai l'ai de ce que je suis J.R. with its notes of clementine and narcissus as well as Vouloir être ailleurs C.G. and its lime blossoms are ideal for a fresh and light fragrance.
An Eau de Toilette has a lower concentration and can therefore be considered a more discreet fragrance. Je suis le plus grand M.A. with its notes of aldehydes, cedar wood, Acte furtif A.N. with its notes of black pepper and suede, for example, allows you to perfume yourself with more intensity and character.
Your choice between Eau de Parfum and Eau de Toilette is made according to your desire to perfume yourself in a more assertive or more discreet way.
Maison D'ORSAY favors Eaux de Parfum for their more intense scents than Eaux de Toilette.