Ingredients: Essential oil blend, Glycerin, alcohol denat.
- No synthetic scents
- No aldehydes
- No parabens
- No mineral oils
- No petrolatum
Did you know?
Difference between Parfum, Eau de Parfum and Eau de Toilette is in the concentration of the essential oils (ingredients) used.
Eau de Parfum (EDP) is the second-highest concentration of fragrance, typically containing between 10% to 20% perfume oil. Eau de Parfum is less potent than Parfum, but it still has a long-lasting fragrance and can last for several hours. Eau de Parfum is a popular choice among consumers as it provides a strong fragrance without being overpowering.
Eau de Parfum is often sold in spray bottles and can be applied to pulse points or sprayed into the air and walked through for a subtle fragrance.
(Read more about the parfum strength here)