Candid Perfume For Women By Avon @50ml


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  • Natural Spray
  • Long Lasting Fragrance
  • Floral Fragrance
  • Sandalwood
  • Oak Moss
  • Ylang-Ylang And Vetiver

Candid Perfume levels

Candid Perfume is made of natural or synthetic fragrant oil extracts diluted in water or high-grade alcohol. The dilutions of these oil extracts determine the strength of the Candid Perfume which, in turn, exacts the lasting power of the scent. Eau de Toilette and Eau de Cologne are generally interchangeable, particularly in Men’s fragrances. After Shave has the least amount of oil extract. The different perfume strengths are as follows:
Eau de Cologne – least concentrated with fragrance lasting up to 1 hour
Eau de Toilette – concentrated with fragrance lasting up to 2 hours
Eau de Parfum – concentrated with fragrance lasting up to 3-4 hours
Cologne or Parfum Classic – highly concentrated with fragrance lasting up to 5-6 hours

Candid Perfume notes

Candid Perfume is comprised of many different scents. These scents are called fragrance notes.
Top notes are very light and last but a few minutes (5-10 minutes).
Middle notes become apparent in about 15 minutes after application. They can last up to an hour or more.
Bottom or base notes last the longest, usually for several hours.

Some Candid Perfumes last much longer than others

People with dry skin usually find their Candid Perfume holding time shorter than those with oily skin because oily skin has more natural moisture to hold in the fragrance. PH levels (amount of acidity in our skin) also vary slightly from person to person. Our individual levels of PH will determine how each ingredient in Candid will react.

Making Candid Perfume last longer

A perfume will last longer on some people than on others because of differences in skin (oily or dry) and PH levels. To achieve a longer effect, try layering your Candid. Using the Candid bath gel, moisturizer, or powder before applying the actual fragrance will usually have a longer lasting effect. Apply the perfume low on your body allowing the scent to rise. Also, apply it behind your ears and neck. A light spray on your hair can last all day.

Differences between a Candid Perfume Splash and a Spray

There is absolutely no difference in the perfume. The difference is only in the application. A Spray bottle, being ostensibly sealed all the time, may actually have a longer shelf life. Making the decision between Candid Spray and Splash is entirely a matter of personal preference.

Candid Perfume Testers

Candid Perfume Testers are created to help promote the fragrance. Although the majority of our products are NOT Testers, the Testers we do carry are clearly marked as such in the Available Selections column of every product page. Testers are provided to large retail stores to allow their customers to “test” the actual Candid Perfume before buying it. It is the same Candid Perfume that one finds in full size Candid bottles. Testers may come in a variety sizes and forms of packaging. Some are offered in simple generic plain white or brown boxes with or without a cap. Some bottles may have “Tester” or “Demonstration” written on the bottle. Some are even without boxes, while others may come ornately wrapped. Regardless of packaging, the quality of the perfume is not affected. The contents of testers are the same as in the standard full priced packaged item. One can enjoy their favorite Candid Perfume at the lowest prices. We sell only new and unused testers free from damage and defect.

Candid Perfume usually contains alcohol

Alcohol makes the Candid Perfume emanate from your skin. Without alcohol, you would be the only person who knew you were wearing any perfume at all.

Keeping Candid Perfume from going bad

Keep Candid Perfume in a cool, dry area away from windows, as sunlight and heat can unbalance Candid ingredients. Any opened Candid bottle should be kept in its box to ensure a longer life.




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