Eau Fraiche

Most people know about the difference between Eau de Parfum and Eau de Toilette, but the rarer Eau Fraiche remains somewhat of a mystery. Similar to an Eau de Cologne, Eau Fraiche contains a lower concentration of perfume oil than EDT and EDP. With only 1-3% of fragrance oil, it is the lightest type of perfume available. Due to this lightness, Eau Fraiche usually does not last as long as scent types with a higher concentration of pure perfume. However, Eau Fraiche scents are typically available at a lower price.

The literal meaning of Eau Fraiche in English is “fresh water”. This description is rather fitting, as Eau Fraiche has a higher percentage of water and contains less alcohol. Just as their name implies, scents classified as Eau Fraiche are generally known to be pleasantly fresh, which is why they are especially popular in the warm summer months. Recurring ingredients include citrus fruits, green or white florals and aquatic notes. Most big fragrance houses offer at least one of their classics as a summery Eau Fraiche. This includes luxury brands such as Elizabeth Arden, Versace, Dior and Chanel. Find your next favourite summer scent on Perfume Click and browse through our selection of cheap Eau Fraiche!

Directions for use:

Spray generously onto your neck, wrists, clothes and hair for optimised longevity and reapply throughout the day as needed.

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