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The story of Carol's Daughter begins in a humble kitchen. It was there where Lisa Price started exploring her lifelong love of fragrances, tinkering with recipes for butters and bath oils on her own stovetop. Once she'd perfected a recipe, Lisa would package it and share it at craft and trade shows. There, Lisa talked with women with of all skin and hair types, asking them what they desire in a beauty product, and gleaning ideas for her next product. Lisa's mission to "fulfill the beauty needs of the diversity of skins that make up the tapestry of our world" earned her a devoted following that grew quickly. Soon, Carol's Daughter's line of natural beauty products was a celebrity-insider secret for years, used by the likes of Halle Berry, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Big Bird. A feature as one of Oprah's Favorite Things thrust Carol's Daughter into the spotlight. Now with locations dotting the country, all comers can shop the company's ever-rotating stock of shampoos and conditioners, moisturizers, and scented body oils—all of which are still dreamed up and perfected by Lisa herself.
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