If you're a fan of fragrances, you may know that there are a variety of them available in the market—and we don't just mean the scents. Here are the five kinds of fragrances you may encounter, and how they differentiate from one another (Hint: It's all about perfume concentration).
Out of every kind of fragrance, eau fraiche is the most diluted. It contains only one to three per cent of perfume oil, which also means that the smell generally tends to dissipate in less than an hour.
Eau fraiche is perfect for those who simply want to experiment with a new scent (without the all-day commitment), or for those who tend to be more liberal in spritzing on their fave fragrance. Interestingly enough, it also contains very little alcohol (if any), making it a good choice for sensitive skin.