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Carbon Elements (2010)
by Rue21


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Year of Launch2010
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Carbon Elements is a masculine fragrance by Rue21. The scent was launched in 2010

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mkpunk Show all reviews
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rue21 Carbon Elements is a nice change from the norm. It is a flanker of Carbon but they share in name only. Carbon is a spicy woody scent that seems to be discontinued. Carbon Elements is an aromatic spicy which is heavy in green and floral notes. In a way it is a florally even powdery less and complicated aquatic Davidoff Cool Water or a less foresty Coty Aspen. It really is semi-unique, especially for a cheap exclusive store designer fragrance.

Carbon Elements is heavy on the Jasmine from the mid, it seeps into the green semi-citrus open. The jasmine combines with a similar white floral African Orange Flower with an unoticable nutmeg. The base is musk and barely there sandalwood. This combination works. The issue is performance wise, we are looking at a 30 minute to one hour moderate projection before becoming a skin scent with four to five hours of longevity.

Carbon Elements is good for teenagers but it is different than normal teenage scents that are just freshies or trendy-club ready scents. For the value like most rue21 scents (1.7oz for $9.99) this is a steal. Carbon Elements is a spring/summer day scent ready for class, work, or also active wear.

Carbon Elements I rate a 7.2. It’s a nice scent with decent performance but bang for your buck. It’s a nice scent to wear as a dumb grab for high schooler or college student. That or someone like me who is young at heart.
08th April, 2017

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