What do Eau de Toilette and Eau de Perfume mean?

Shopping for fragrance can be complex. Alongside the unique mixture of scented notes, you might have noticed a difference in labelling and alongside that, a significant difference in price. The French terms used to describe different types of perfume are universal.

Both Eau de Toilette and Eau de Parfum have precise and specific meanings that are incredibly useful to understand and uncovering the defining features of both can have a significant bearing on both the intensity of your favourite fragrance and the impact on your budget!

​Use our guide below and discover which ‘Eau de’ is the best match for you. 

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