A vetiver eau de toilette with a sweet woody fragrance. With its delicately smoked wood notes, it evokes Provence, a land naturally endowed with a magnetic charm.
A pleasant scent is commonly called "perfume". This generic term covers many preparations in perfumery. It thus designates perfume water, eau de toilette, eau de Cologne or fresh water.
Likewise, the distinction between perfumes continues to be made between fragrances reserved for men, unisexes and perfumes for babies and children. Perfume can also be presented in the form of creams, bath oils or room fragrances. Here are the definitions of body fragrances.
Perfume, also called essence or extract, is the most concentrated preparation. With a percentage of extract varying between 15 and 30%, diluted in a 90° alcohol solution, perfume is the most expensive product. But a few drops are enough to perfume the skin for a long time.
The eau de toilette in our range has a fragance concentration of 20%, for an alcohol dilution of 80%. This makes it a quality eau de toilette, which has an excellent hold, and exquisite scents thanks to the reinforced presence of perfume extract. (In other words, a classic eau de toilette consists of between 5 to 10% perfume extract)
It comes in a more practical spray bottle.