Are our perfumes genuine?
Absolutely! All of the fragrances on our website are 100% originals and we only believe in long-lasting businesses. We do not sell any imitations of any sort and only carry genuine brand name fragrances by their original designers.
Where do we obtain our perfumes from?
FragranceCart.com obtains perfumes from reputable distributors in Singapore only. All perfumes are certified by the principals in Singapore.
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What is the difference between Pure Perfume, Eau de Parfum, Eau de Toilette, and Eau de Cologne?
The differences are simply a matter of the amount or concentration of oils in the fragrance. The highest concentration is in pure perfume (or parfum). Next would be Eau de Parfum, then Eau de Toilette, and finally Eau de Cologne. The higher the concentration the longer your fragrance will last, and the less you need to apply. Following is a breakdown of these categories:
|15%-30% concentration of perfume oil
|6 – 8 hours
|Eau de Parfum or EDP
|10%-15% concentration of perfume oil
|5 – 7 hours
|Eau de Toilette or EDT
|5%-10% concentration of perfume oil
|4 – 6 hours
|Eau de Cologne or EDC
|3%-5% concentration of perfume oil
|2 – 3 hours
What is a tester?
Testers are even more discounted than the fancy boxed versions and are great if you don’t have a need for the fancy box. Testers are 100% authentic, fresh and completely full just like the original fragrance, however they are meant for the counter in a department store. Testers often come in a plain white box but sometimes they do not have a cap or a box. The savings on the packaging means you save even more!
What is the difference between a splash and a spray?
There is absolutely no difference in the fragrance. The difference is in the method of application only. However, a spray bottle, being sealed all the time, may actually have a longer shelf life. Making the decision between spray and splash is entirely a matter of personal preference.
What do fragrance notes refer to?
Fragrances are comprised of many different scents, these scents are called “notes.”
How can I keep my fragrance from going bad?
Keep all fragrances in a cool, dry area, and away from windows as sunlight can unbalance the various ingredients. An opened bottle should be kept in its box to insure a longer shelf life.
My fragrance has been discontinued, how do you still have it in stock?
We stock thousands of fragrances, many of these have been discontinued. Our suppliers travel the globe purchasing entire inventories of hard to find or discontinued fragrances to store in our temperature and humidity controlled warehouse.