Perfume consists of 15-40% pure perfume oil in an alcohol base. It lasts up to 24 hours and costs the most per ml. It's also known as “extract”.
Eau de Parfum (EDP): Eau de Parfum is a prominent choice among perfume brands and consumers since. It consists of 10-20% perfume oil and Eau de Parfum lasts around 8-12 hours on average.
Eau de Toilette (EDT) consists of 5-15% perfume oil. Eau de Toilette perfumes usually have a brief burst of lovely fragrances before fading, making them ideal for making a good first impression. In most cases, these perfumes will linger between 4 and 7 hours.
Eau de Cologne is a much lighter option than the other two. It consists of only 2-4% of perfume oil and is often used as a body splash to freshen up at regular intervals. It last around 2-3 hours.
Eau Fraiche is the lightest concentration of perfume oil at 1-2%. This is ideal for people who like light fragrances and stay away from heavy scents. Eau Fraiche will last a couple of hours at best and is perfect for producing a subtle, delicate fragrance.