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Perfumes are a practical and intimate gift, both men and women can appreciate the right fragrance that will lift the spirits, stir memories and emotions, as well as make them feel good.  Whether you are looking to buy a perfume for a friend or family member, or perhaps you want to treat yourself, there are a range of fragrances online on eBay. You don’t even need to smell the perfume to know what scent it carries – simply read the description to determine if that is what you’re looking for.  

What do they mean by scent? 

 Oriental scent: A blend of earthy and musky fragrances, such as amber and musk. They are best used on a romantic date or when you want to attract attention. Wooden scent: Oak moss, patchouli, bergamot and earthy aromas help to create this fragrance. This can be used during the day, and is very soothing and light. Floral scent: These perfumes draw inspiration from jasmine, orange blossoms, roses, and gardenias. Floral scents are said to be romantic and sweet-smelling. They are very feminine in nature. Citrus scent: Offering a tangy feel, citrus fragrances come from lemon, lime, tangerine, and mandarin. They give a naturally refreshing feel and are great for everyday wear Fruity scent: Apple, berry, peach, and mangoes are used to create a sweet fragrance. This type of perfume is best for casual dates and days out.  

Types of perfume:  

There are three major types of perfume: Parfum has the highest fragrance concentration at anywhere from 20% to 40% and last the longest. Eau de Parfum (EDP) has the next highest concentration between 15% and 20%, and will last up to five hours. Eau de Toilet (EDT) is the cheapest out of the three, and has a concentration of between 5% to 15%. EDT will last for two to three hours.  If you are still unsure about choosing the right fragrances, you can buy perfume samples online on eBay. When you need a special gift for her or him, don’t look past genuine perfume or cologne available right here on eBay.
 

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