Answer Eau de Cologne (EdC) Eau de Cologne is a local trademark for "Kölnisch Wasser" Cologne, Germany. EdC is the term used today to refer to a perfume solution with ~ 3%-5% essential oils in an alcohol and water base. Eau de Toilette (EdT) ~ 6-10% essential oils in an alcohol and water base. Eau de Parfum (EdP) ~ 11-15% essential oils in an alcohol and water base. Eau de Solide and Edition S (EdS) ~1% essential oils in an alcohol and water base are a new kind of perfumes since 1994. ~1% essential oils in a liquid wax base are perfume, lip balm and Skin Care at once. EdS is a trademark for EdS-Parfums. Extrait Perfume Perfume, or parfum, as it is sometimes called, is the highest concentration of essential oils, with ~ 20-40% essential oils in an alcohol and water base.
Basically it means toilet water. Not literally though. Its just the french word for "diluted perfume". Most body sprays and splashes are eau de toilette. Eau du perfum is a much stronger concentration then eau du toilette.
Cologne is written 'Koln' in German. The name comes from the Latin 'Colonia'.
The original meaning of 'toilette' was not in fact toilet but something along the lines of freshen up. there fore the meaning of the eau de toilette is not toilet water as when the name was given it's direct translation would have been freshen up water.
They are two words meaning the same thing.
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Courtesy of Wikipedia: The word "toilet" itself comes from the French "toilette", which meant "dressing room". Toilette" in turn derived from the French "toile", meaning "cloth"; specifically, referring to the cloth draped over someone's shoulders while their hair was being groomed.
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