Twenty-one years ago Lisa Price was working in television production and in her spare time pursuing her big love—making soaps and lotions—in her Brooklyn kitchen. Today she runs Carol's Daughter, a multimillion-dollar business focused on what she calls "multiracial beauty," aiming to satisfy the wide-ranging needs of all ethnicities. One of the founding principles of her business, Price says, is to use natural ingredients that are environmentally friendly and live up to their claims, but "I also want every product we deliver to feel lavish and decadent. And to smell really, really good."
Her most recent decadent, delicious-smelling delivery: Carol's Daughter Monoi Repairing Shampoo ($18), Conditioner ($20), and Hair Mask ($29), all infused with emollient, gardenia-fragrant monoi oil for its deeply conditioning effects.
Carol's Daughter, sephora.com