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    Default Creed concentrations


    I was wondering if someone could tell me what strengths/concentrations Creed fragrances come in?

    Is it the standard Eau de Cologne, Eau de Toillete etc etc, or something else?

    Many thanks in advance,


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    Default Re: Creed concentrations

    The millesime range comes in Eau De Parfum strength. The exact concertration of oil is on the bottle. I think is 12%, but I'm not too sure, my bottles are at home. They also have a Eau De Toiliette line as well.

    This might help:
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    Default Re: Creed concentrations

    The millesime ranges are usually Eau De Parfum in strength. So, around 15% oils. The Eau De Toillette are around 8-10% oils. BTW, the composition of the top/mid/base notes can be different in case of EdT vs EdP's. So, it is not a simple matter of adding more alcohol to go from EdP to and EdT. Due to the nature and life of the oils, when you create a different strength, you have to adjust the proportion of the various top/mid/base notes to smell equivalent. Unless you a single note oil in which case it does not matter.
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