I first discovered Carol's Daughter products when I spoke at a women's conference in Pennsylvania in 1996. A woman had a booth filled to the brim with goodies made from exotic fragrance oils, herbs and colors taken from natural ingredients like alkanet root and calendula. The first one I tried was Mimosa Hair Honey. Of course I raced home to make my own version. It wasn't bad, but ultimately couldn't hold a candle to the real McKoy.
My friend Lisa Price has come a long way since making Mimosa Hair Honey in her Brooklyn kitchen. And even though the company is no longer fully owned by Lisa, her personality and dedication continue to be prominently displayed in every bottle that bears the Carol's Daughter name.