This is true. Everyone’s body chemistry is different and the natural oils and hormones in our bodies create our own distinct smell. With that in mind, your signature scent is different from another person’s, so applying the same perfume as your friend will undoubtedly result in a different smell.
Eau de Parfum – Concentration of perfume oils: 10% to 20%. EDP is now often the highest concentration of perfumes sold in stores, and it’s also the most popular as women tend to consider this as a benchmark for a fragrance house’s trademark scent. It is still very wearable and lasts up to five hours. EDPs also tend to have stronger base notes, only revealing the perfume’s true scent after a couple of hours on the skin. If you’re looking for an irresistible scent that is subtle yet long-lasting, try Caress Sheer Twilight – its bewitching notes of black orchid and tuberose will enchant, not overwhelm, for up to eight hours.
Eau de Toilette – Concentration of perfume oils: 4% to 10%. Many designer perfumes are released in both EDT and EDP concentrations, but the Toilette version is usually fresher, lighter, and focuses more on the top notes. Depending on the type of fragrance family, EDT scents can last from three to four hours, and its subtlety works great for summer or the workplace.