By  on August 20, 2018

The beauty industry is chock full of female founders who cooked up formulas in their kitchens — often to address issues such as kids’ eczema or the desire for less toxic products.

But for single dad and biogeochemist Dr. Boyce Clark, the decision to get into the beauty business was prompted by a quest to ease the morning styling ritual for his then 12-year-old daughter Alden. He also wanted to curtail bullying she was the recipient of because of her frizzy hair. She skipped sleepovers for fear of chiding over her tresses and even quit the swim team because of “pool” hair.

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