Using a carbon conversion technology that mimics photosynthesis, Air Company presents the world's first carbon-negative fragrance. Air Eau de Parfum is made by first capturing CO2 before it enters the atmosphere. It's then combined with green hydrogen, transformed into an alcohol mixture, and distilled to yield carbon-negative ethanol. The ethanol is then hand-mixed with scent oils and water in large steel totes for a week. The result is an element-inspired unisex fragrance that gives off top notes of orange peel and fig leaf, jasmine, violet, azalea, and sweetwater heat notes, with a base of powdery musk and tobacco.