Caroline and Isabel Bercaw are inspiring to girls of any age! When they were only 10 and 11 years old, during the summer of 2011, they decided to make homemade bath bombs as a science experiment. With the help of their parents, lending them only $25 for ingredients, they began creating bath bombs with relaxing smells and vibrant colors. Little did they know that starting with $25 worth of supplies would grow into a multi-million dollar business! Caroline and Isabel decided to sell their bath bombs at a local art fair near their home. They made approximately 150 bath bombs for the fair, and ended up selling their entire stock in one day! That night, they went home, and made more bath bombs to sell the next day. They ended up selling out their stock again, making enough money to pay back their mom, and used their profits to reinvest back into the business.
Since then, Caroline and Isabel created DaBomb Fizzers, a company that sells 500,000 bath bombs a month. You can find their products at stores such as Target and Ulta. Caroline and Isabel, now 17 and 15, are the co-chief creative officers of the company!