The newest addition to our family of fragrances. Reminiscent of the warm breeze and fresh, cleansing qualities of the sea, Essenza revitalizes the soul and allows you to rediscover what exhilarates you.
A symphony of florals and citrus envelope you while the fresh scents of cedarwood and Mediterranean maquis ground you.
Top Notes: bergamot, orange, sea lily, scotch broom, tangerine
Heart Notes: jasmine, magnolia, orange flowers, lily of the valley, rose, tuberose
Base Notes: white moss, cedarwood, amber, Mediterranean maquis
Great question! The easy answer is that EdP contains a higher concentration of perfume oils in the fragrance's water and alcohol base (10-20%, usually around 15%) than an EdT (5-10%).
For a wearer, that generally means you can expect an Eau de Parfum to be more noticeable for a longer period of time after application. While an EdT wearer may expect two or three hours of fragrance, the wearer of an EdP may expect the fragrance to last four or five hours.
However, the duration of a fragrance of any kind depends on a number of factors unique to the wearer, including how the oil from the perfume mixes with the natural oils of your skin and where the fragrance is applied on the body.
So if you like to wear your fragrance in order for it to be noticed by others or don't want to reapply during the day to keep the fragrance fresh, then an EdP is probably the way to go.