Eau de toilette (also toilet water) is a french term and a lightly scented cologne used as a skin freshener. In modern perfumery, the term eau de toilette is generally used to describe the concentration of fragrance, with eau de toilette being weaker than eau de parfum and stronger than eau de cologne.
Eau de Parfum is a type of perfume, with a strong amount of aromatic oils and essence. Eau de parfum is a French term and features a perfume which concentration of perfume essence is quite high (between 10% to 30% of the composition), with striking aromatic notes, making the scent lasts longer on the skin.
A body lotion, associated to a perfume, is a lotion to moisturize body skin, leaving the scent of the original fragrance.
Shower gel or shower cream, also known as bodywash, is the general term for liquid soap, which is used for cleaning the body. When associated to a perfume, it has the same fragrance, being a complement to the product.
Deo Spray is a deodorant in spray, effective against body odor, leaving the perfume fragrance which it is associated.
Deodorant in rol on or in stick, effective against body odor, leaving the perfume fragrance which it is associated.