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The History of Carol's Daughter
“In 1993, encouraged by my mother, Carol, I began creating hair and body products made with love, in my Brooklyn kitchen. Family and friends instantly fell in love. To name my company, I listed everything I was and wanted to be, and realized the most special thing that I am is Lisa, Carol’s daughter.”
—Lisa Price, Carol’s Daughter Founder
Lisa began selling her homemade recipes at local flea markets and festivals.
The first Carol’s Daughter boutique opens in Ft. Greene, Brooklyn.
Carol’s Daughter changes the natural haircare world by being one of the first to sell their beauty recipes directly to their customers—right here on CarolsDaughter.com!
Lisa appears on the Oprah Winfrey Show and The “O” Effect happens.
Lisa becomes an author, penning her story in “Success Never Smelled So Sweet.”
Carol’s Daughter launches on HSN.
After a trip to Tahiti, Lisa discovers the island’s sacred beauty recipe, Monoi Oil and brings it home for you to love.
Monoi launches, becoming our No. 1 selling haircare collection!
Our hair, body and skincare recipes become even more accessible after launching in Target.
Carol’s Daughter joins the L’Oreal Family, and Lisa’s professional and personal dreams come true.
Carol’s Daughter launches into 30K retail stores across the country.
As a pioneer of the Natural Hair Care Renaissance, Carol’s Daughter makes history by being a first on exhibit in the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture!