We no longer have to wait for trips to the States to get our mitts on Carol’s Daughter’s great products, as they are finally available in the UK and at Harrods in London of all places. I am beyond excited. It was only two days ago that I was thinking I better take it easy with my tub of Almond Cookie Shea Souffle as I wasn’t sure when I’d get my next batch of CD hair and body goodies. And presto, my worries are over. No more missing the body souffle.
I’m definitely making that trip to Harrods now. Okay not at this instance but on the weekend. If you see me at the Carol’s Daughter counter please say hello!
In the meantime we’d love to know your fave Carol’s Daughter goodies. So what are they and what is it you love about them?
And for those of you who are yet to use Carol’s Daughter ‘s array of hair and skin products, you’ll definitely thank us once you do. It’s a serious treat and it’s black owned. It was founded by Lisa Price, who is said to have begun working on the products in the 1980s, when she was working on the set of The Cosby Show. After years of making organic beauty products from her kitchen she started her mail order and online business in 1993, followed by the first store opening in Brooklyn in 1999 and more stores soon followed as well as being stocked in leading department stores all acrosss the US. The rapid expansion of the company was due to the investment of record executive Steve Stoute who led a group of investors in raising $10 million for the venture. Other investors include Jada Pinkett , Will Smith, Jay-Z, Mary J. Blige, Jimmy Iovine, Tommy Mottola, and Thalía.
Love it! Carol is the name of Lisa’s mother. Carol’s daughter indeed. We’re sure Ms Carol is incredibly proud of her daughter. We sure are.