Product details of GUESS Seductive Homme EDT 100ml
Guess Seductive Homme was launched in August 2011 as the first
men's fragrance of the Seductive collection. The fragrance contains
woody, aromatic and fougere notes. It is intended for seductive,
charming, charismatic and magnetic men. Top notes: cardamom milk,
mandarin pulp and pink pepper. Heart: vanilla orchid, violet leaves
and vetiver. Base: patchouli, sandalwood, amber and musk.
FAQ (FREQUENTLY ASK QUESTION)
1) What is the difference between testers and regular
There is no difference in quality between the regular fragrances
and testers or unboxed fragrances. Testers are products
manufactured by the original designer of the fragrance for
promotional purposes. Some are offered in plain white or plain
brown boxes with or without a cap at the discretion of the
designer. Some might even have the word "tester" or "demonstration"
written on the bottle and they are offered at additional savings to
you because they are not made to be sold to the public you can find
them a lot cheaper than the actual cost of the fragrance. Some
testers come without boxes, but are packaged securely to ship to
the destination safely without damage.
2) What is the meaning of different perfume concentrations?
A fragrance comes in four different levels of concentration. The
higher the concentration, the more expensive it is. They are as
follows from least concentrated to most:
Eau de Cologne - this is the least concentrated amongst the four
levels fragrance lasts up to 2 hours
Eau de Toilette - this is more concentrated and most popular
type. It lasts up to 2-3 hours.
Eau de Parfum - this is the second most concentrated type of
fragrance that lasts up to 6 hours.
Perfume or Parfum - this is the most highly concentrated type of
fragrance that lasts all day with least application.
3) Why do some fragrances seem to last much longer than
People with dry skin usually find their fragrance 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 varies slightly
from person to person. Our individual levels of PH will determine
how each ingredient in a fragrance will react.