Difference between eau de toilette and eau de parfum
"The higher the percentage of fragrance concentrate, the longer it will last on the skin. Cologne (EDC) 2-4%, Eau de Toilette (EDT) 4-8%, Eau de Parfum (EDP) 8-15% & Perfume 15-25%”. *Source - The Perfume Society.
Eau de Parfum meaning
At Match Perfumes all our fragrances are Eau de Parfum and contain the optimum percentage (14% - 20%) of the finest fragrance concentrates
How We SourceNiche & designer are terms used to describe the top end of the perfume market. They are unique and expensive. Our selection panel chooses the most popular, iconic and luxurious niche and designer fragrances to replicate.
How We Create
Every time we select a unique fragrance, our independent and IFRA (International Fragrance Association) accredited perfume house, uses its expertise to analyse and replicate it for us.
We stipulate that they use only the finest ethically sourced ingredients with no limitation on cost.
Every aspect of our production, from creating, blending, bottling and shipping is done by hand.
How We Sample
The perfume house sends us samples of the perfume essence in eau de parfum form. Our panel tests the samples to ensure they live up to our high standards and expectations.
When we are happy with the results, we ask our perfume house to produce a limited sample run.
How we can be competitive on price
Designer and niche fragrances are expensive because of high development, marketing, packaging and retail costs.
At Match Perfumes we invest in the perfume and only the perfume so we offer the best quality fragrances at attractive, affordable prices.