What Is the Difference Between Perfume & Cologne?

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The difference between perfume and cologne exists in the concentration of the aromatic components, as perfume is usually 15 percent to 30 percent aromatics while cologne is only 3 percent to 10 percent aromatics. Understand the difference between perfume and cologne with helpful advice from a natural perfume producer in this free video on perfumes.

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Hi, I'm Stephanie from stephanieknaturals.com and I'm going to tell you about the difference between perfume and cologne. Most people think that perfume is for women and cologne is for men, but that's not necessarily true. What the real difference is, is the concentration of the aromatic components. A perfume will be anywhere from 15 to 30% aromatics and a cologne will be, it depends on the manufacturer, but anywhere from about 3% to 10% generally. So really, it's about the concentration and not about whether the perfume - the fragrance is geared towards men or women. And so, that's what the difference is.

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