Why perfume smells more intense in the sample than in the bottle?

@rifnee (1713)
August 11, 2011 12:34pm CST
In the sample was the perfume was still perfect and I've bought expensive and then was disappointed because it was out of the bottle, only a very faint smell of passes quickly. In my other perfumes that was never the smell just how expensive the less, someone out there knows?
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@jaiho2009 (39000)
• Philippines
19 Oct 11
That's marketing strategy. They made a higher solution for samples. Like, they put more oil as based to make the scents last longer for samples. But, when it comes to production, they lessen the oil for at least 5 percent from the original percent with samples.
@nakula2009 (2325)
• Indonesia
14 Aug 11
The samples you test still in the business of that is you're surrounded by perfume odor. If you now to concentrate, to smell the scent of a certain perfume, then of course you smell more than at home.
@gengeni (3308)
• Indonesia
12 Aug 11
A beautician once said to me that in the samples is always Eau de Parfum and Eau de Toilette, but most buy (always less expensive than Eau de Parfum). Eau de Toilette is thus somehow evaporates less intense than the scent of eau de parfum and even faster. I would imagine it's probably because I know .. but can not, of course.
@surfer222 (1715)
• Indonesia
11 Aug 11
That's called marketing strategy, similar to what designer do when they met a client, they show the client their best works, but after you hire them it turns out that their work isn't as good as their portfolios..