Fragrance which can be experienced by our smelling sense, is combination of chemicals that gives each perfume or cologne (including those used in other products) its distinct scent. Fragrance ingredients may be derived from petroleum or natural raw materials.


The fragrance type is intended for use on objects and goods. This type is the best-selling type in the market and is used in almost all essential products in everyday life

Fine Fragrance

A type of fragrance that focused the use on the human body. This type is mostly used in perfume products. There are several types of fragrances for the body that are distinguished by the substance concentrations and longevity.

lasts up to 3 hours

Eau de Cologne

At the bottom end of the range as far as concentration is concerned, is eau de cologne. This is the weakest and tends to contain about 2 – 5% essence dissolved in alcohol. It is delightfully refreshing in hot weather and because it doesn’t last long, it can be frequently reapplied directly to the skin. Usually contains the essential oils, lemon, bergamot, orange and also the absolute neroli. They may also contain the essential oils lavender and rosemary. It tends to be marketed in large sizes of up to 200 ml.

lasts up to 4- 6 hours

Eau de Toilette

Eau de toilette is lighter and can contain approximately 5 – 10% aromatic essence. The lightness of it makes it more suitable to spray more liberally, the high alcohol content means it will not last very long. The top notes – the first scent released by a perfume – are dominant, making it refreshing when it is applied, and it evaporates and fades away quite quickly. Eau de toilette is the most popular form in which fragrance is sold, and is particularly appropriate for the summer.

lasts up to 6 - 8 hours

Eau de Parum

Eau de Parfum contains a concentration of oils that is over 10%, sometimes reaching as high as 20%. After the top notes have died away, the middle notes or heart notes of a perfume become noticeable. The perfume’s true scent is revealed after a couple of hours on the skin. This is the focus of eau de parfum which makes it perfect to spray on hair or clothing. Since it is less intense than perfume extract, it is also cheaper, but it usually lasts well. This is why it shouldn’t be just doused all over.

lasts up to 12+ hours

Perfume (Parum) Extrait

Also called perfume extract or extrait, this is the most expensive version of any fragrance; it’s also the most beautiful because of the whole symphony of top, heart and base notes released over a period of time. This is due to the high concentration of essences – as much as 40% by volume. Perfume is applied directly to the skin on pulse spots – insides of the wrists, behind the ears, at the throat. It is the longest lasting of all the scent categories and only a tiny amount is needed.

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