I work in the healthcare industry and have been discouraged to wear strong perfumes at work as certain scents can be offensive to patients or exacerbate their allergies. Initially I was going to purchase daisy dream EDT b/c I had gotten a sample from sephora and liked the smell and longevity. I smelled eau so fresh in the store and thought it was more fresh and a little less floral, which I liked, but the two smelled very similar and eau so fresh is a lot cheaper because you get more volume for your money. I ended up buying eau so fresh from amazon because it was cheaper than daisy dream and b/c amazon was selling this for $40 less than the mall or sephora although i was a little nervous about the authenticity from amazon despite numerous reviews stating they felt the product was authentic. The packaging was indeed impeccable--sealed in plastic, nice thick box with embossed flowers, heavy glass bottle with very authentic look and feel. I immediately tested this out and was extremely disappointed that the scent seemed to disappear on me within minutes. I became worried that the product was a fake, but I inspected the bottle and box and read multiple amazon reviews that claimed the product was authentic. Also, the product was sold by amazon through prime and not a 3rd party vendor, so I felt more confident that it was not fake. I then did more research online on sephora's website and makeupalley, and many reviewers complained that the scent did not last very long (minutes to hours at most). In doing more research, i learned eau so fresh was marketed towards a younger clientele, so that explained the light scent and large volume. I realized that this product was more like a body spray than an EDT or EDP. Since I bought the very large bottle (>4 oz), I decided I would try to experiment with using about 3x as much of the spray to see if it would concentrate the scent. Initially, after spraying 3x as much product, the scent seemed to fade away immediately, which was very disappointing. However, throughout the morning I could smell more and more of this perfume and realized that the perfume oils were warming up with my body heat and releasing their fragrance. However, the scent is still very subtle and requires someone to be very close to you (hugging, standing shoulder to shoulder) to really smell it. I enjoy smelling this perfume on myself throughout the day, which is nice, but the scent does not radiate like my other EDP's (Chanel coco mademoiselle, flower bomb). However, this effect actually makes the product more appropriate for my work setting. Daisy dream EDT was definitely stronger than eau so fresh, so if you are looking for a stronger sent that lasts longer, I recommend buying daisy dream (although it is still not as strong as my EDP's). I will likely not repurchase eau so fresh when I run out (which will hopefully be soon since I'm using 3x as much so it's more like a 1.7 oz bottle than a >4 oz bottle) and will buy daisy dream EDT next. Still, if you use 3x as much of eau so fresh as you would normally, you can get decent scent and staying power. The scent also develops the longer you wear it, so be patient if you feel like the initial scent dissipates too quickly on you. The initial crisp fresh scent goes away within minutes but the scent that lingers is more floral and powdery fresh, which I don't mind.