This fragrance level is the stronger one compared to Eau de Toilette. It is one of the most common levels that you see on the market today. It contains 15% to 25% oil concentration, aka pure perfume, before other vital ingredients. This also makes Eau De Parfum more expensive compared to Eau de Toilette (EDT).
However, this fragrance level will begin to disappear over time too. At this level, 70% of your fragrance will disappear after four hours. A recommended time to refresh for Eau de Parfum is around the fifth hour. You may want the perfume to settle for a longer period of time.