What is a single father to do when his young daughter is being bullied because of her coarse, frizzy hair? Well, if that father has a PhD in Biogeochemistry, he creates an innovative solution that tames her frizz, without sacrificing her health with use of toxic ingredients and damaging heat.
Lubricity Labs was formed by Dr. Boyce Clark, who used his background in science to help his daughter Alden calm her unruly hair. When Alden was only 10 years old, she started being bullied because of her wild, unmanageable hair. Other kids picked on her mercilessly, calling her names and openly laughing at her. Alden was afraid to go to sleepovers because she didn’t want anyone to see what her hair looked like when she woke up in the mornings, and she quit her beloved swim team because of the constant teasing about her “pool hair”.
It’s not every day you hear about a father starting a hair care company to fight his daughter’s frizz. But it’s not every day you meet a dad like Dr. Boyce Clark, either. His daughter, Alden, had just turned 11 when her hair started changing textures and became coarse. The single dad spent hours before school brushing his daughter’s tresses.
Lubricity Labs' Q-Restore Smoothing Masque was selected as one of the best new natural hair productsfor waves, curls and coils by The Zoe Report, a daily fashion, beauty, and lifestyle destination curated by Rachel Zoe and her team of editors.