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Are perfume testers the same as the real thing?

Are perfume testers the same as the real thing?

Testers are authentic, fresh and 100% original. They are used by department stores to promote a particular fragrance and therefore are the same quality as the retail product. Testers are made by the manufacturer and may come in a plain box or without the fancy cap. All testers are new and unused.

Is it worth buying a tester perfume?

Re: Is buying a tester a good/bad idea? Yes, it should be filled to whatever level is normal. They are not selling noticeably used bottles, but ‘barely used’ ones, or not used at all. It is worth noting that occasionally tester bottles are ‘better’ than the orthodox product.

Are testers stronger than perfume?

The bottom line is that there is no logical reason to make a tester bottle stronger or longer-lasting. Increasing or decreasing the potency of the formula for two different versions — one for testers, the other for sealed merchandise — would mean driving up the costs.

What is the difference between Tester and retail perfume?

From a marketing perspective, the difference between retail box perfume and Tester is in their packaging. Testers contain the same perfume liquid, but often sold without the luxury package. It is possible sometimes to find them without box, or without cap and tags that perfumes with official packaging have.

Are there fake tester perfumes?

If you are somehow new to tester perfumes, here is a short explanation for it. Tester perfumes are made by the same original manufacturer for testing purposes. Yes you read that right, fake tester perfumes do exist. Now onto the main topic, it has come to our attention that even Tester Perfumes are being imitated.

Are tester perfumes original?

Testers are original perfumes that are often offered in an outer carton without a label or cellophane. Each tester contains 100% original perfume liquid, identical in composition to the officially packaged perfume.

Are tester perfumes watered down?

No they aren’t watered down or anything freaky like that…just without the box and top….they are super cheap to wholesalers and a lot of them sell them as well..

How long do tester perfumes last?

What do I mean by that? This happens a lot when you go to test a perfume in Sephora, Macy’s or other stores, you spray it on your skin and you love it, you go home and the scent lasts on your skin for more than 10 hours.

Can you sell tester perfume?

Testers are not supposed to be sold. Testers are produced to be sampled to customers so they can find out what fragrance is like.

Does FragranceX sell authentic perfumes?

Are FragranceX Perfumes Real or Fake? FragranceX pride themselves on their reputation for quality service and excellent discount fragrance prices. They are genuine but it’s also important to understand how they are able to sell fragrances at up to 80% below retail.

What’s the difference between a tester and a regular bottle of perfume?

Tester bottles are specially marked bottles of perfume used at retail stores and intended for customer testing of the product. The content of the bottle does not differ. The only difference is the packaging. The box may be a white or brown box and the bottle will be marked tester.

What’s the difference between the real perfume and the fake perfume?

Overall the surface of the fake bottle is really rough when compared to the original tester perfume. This is easily seen on the highlighted area and other images in this post. We can easily see incomplete paint surrounding the nozzle revealing the inner bottle colour.

Do you have to pay for a perfume tester?

The perfume companies provide them to stores at little or no charge, the understanding being that they will not sell the testers or give them away, but use them to help sell the perfume.

What happens if you leave a perfume tester in your purse?

If you do an experiment and leave an official perfume and tester in your purse without caps for more than a month, you will feel the difference in the durability of both. This is because liquid perfume effloresces when you do not keep well, so the aroma is losing its intensity.

Tester bottles are specially marked bottles of perfume used at retail stores and intended for customer testing of the product. The content of the bottle does not differ. The only difference is the packaging. The box may be a white or brown box and the bottle will be marked tester.

Is there a shelf life for perfume testers?

Shops showcase one bottle or hardly a few bottles at a time for perfume testers. Just like all untouched perfumes, the other unused perfume testers were kept the same way. To presume that shops handle perfume testers differently is groundless. Since both contain the same content, the shelf life of fragrance tester bottles is not shorter.

Overall the surface of the fake bottle is really rough when compared to the original tester perfume. This is easily seen on the highlighted area and other images in this post. We can easily see incomplete paint surrounding the nozzle revealing the inner bottle colour.

The perfume companies provide them to stores at little or no charge, the understanding being that they will not sell the testers or give them away, but use them to help sell the perfume.