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Q. What is the difference between perfume, Parfum, eau de parfum (EDP), eau de toilette (EDT), and eau de cologne?
Q. What does Tester mean for perfumes and colognes?
Q. How should I store my fragrance to maintain freshness?
Q. Are your products from the authentic designer?
Q. What is the expected lifetime of a perfume?
Q. What is the difference between a splash or spray product?
Q. How do I contact perfumeshop Fragrance?


Q. What is the difference between perfume, Parfum, eau de parfum (EDP), eau de toilette (EDT), and eau de cologne?
A. The difference is in the level of concentrated oils or as it is called “juice”. Perfume, otherwise known as parfum, contains the richest form of oils and is followed in order of concentration as follows: eau de parfum (EDP), eau de toilette (EDT), and lastly eau de cologne. EDT and eau de cologne are very similar especially when it comes to men's products. The higher the amount of concentrate the longer your fragrance will last.

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Q. What does Tester mean for perfumes and colognes?
A. There is no difference in quality between the regular fragrances and testers or unboxed fragrances. Testers are products manufactured by the original designer of the fragrance for promotional purposes. Some are offered in plain white or plain brown boxes with or without a cap at the discretion of the designer. Some might even have the word "tester" or "demonstration" written on the bottle and they are offered at additional savings to you because you are not paying for the designer box.

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Q. How should I store my fragrance to maintain freshness?
A. Store fragrances in a cool, dry place away from sunlight which can damage ingredients, and if possible, in the original box.

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Q. Are your products from the authentic designer?
A. Yes. All our products are 100% original. Under no circumstance do we sell knockoffs or imitations.

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Q. What is the expected lifetime of a perfume?
A. The usual lifespan is three years from the date it was manufactured. It also depends on how well it is stored. Store perfumes in a cool, dry place away from damaging heat and sunlight.

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Q. What is the difference between a splash or spray product?
A. The difference is in the bottle and how it is used. The perfume in itself is the exact same for both.

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Q. How do I contact perfumeshop Fragrance?
A. The best way to contact us is via email.

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