effect of Declaration Essence fragrance on your body.
Declaration Essence by using the same fragrance in various products.
Start with shower and bath gel, then rub in body lotion or spray with
a matching after bath spray. Apply last Declaration Essence preferably
as Perfume or Eau de Perfume.
Apply Declaration Essence inside of your elbow, back of your knees, wrist,
neck and cleavage. That's where the perfume stays warmer longer. Spray a
little into the air and walk straight into it. This
will diffuse it over your body. Apply Declaration Essence
on your lower body working your way up to the top.
Declaration Essence Perfume vs Eau de Perfume vs Eau de Toilette vs Eau de Cologne.
of natural or synthetic fragrance oil extracts diluted in water or high-grade
alcohol. The difference lays in the amount or concentration
of oils in the fragrance. The higher the concentration of oils the longer
the fragrance will last. Most designers like Cartier
produce the whole line of fragrances.
Eau de Cologne -
just 4% essential oils.
Eau de Toilette
- 8% to 15% essential oils. These are the least concentrated fragrances and last about 2 hours.
Eau de Perfume (Parfum)
- 15 to 22% essential oils. Lasts 3-6 hours.
Perfume (Classic Parfum) - highly concentrated - up to 22% of essential oils - lasts
6 hours or more.
Testers are just like
the original fragrance only without the retail packaging.
Testers may come packaged in a plain white or brown box, with
or without a cap. Testers are used in retail stores to support
clients in the shopping process. Testers are the
least expensive way to enjoy the fragrance you love.
Minis are smaller bottles, from 0.10 oz to 0.15 oz (10ml-15ml),
easy to carry in a purse or shaving kit. Use them for travel, at work,
or as an inexpensive way of testing a fragrance for an extended period.