Eau de parfum


a perfume of fragrant essential oils and aromatic compounds, with 8-30% aromatic essence, typically less than 15%

Eau de parfum is less concentrated than parfum, but more concentrated than any other form of fragrance, with a stronger, longer-lasting scent.


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