When Nashville's Diana Lussenden Stewart couldn't find organic products for her baby's skin, she started making her own. Here's how BABYBEARSHOP went from her kitchen to your local store.
Robbie Caponetto, Laurey W. Glenn
Then one day, Babies “R” Us called Diana. The company was in search of products to add to the launch of their Organic Baby section. “I really wasn’t expecting that,” she says. With that call, Diana (now a mom of two daughters) transitioned the business from her kitchen to a certified organic lab, which produces her organic skin-care line. Now her tot and mommy skin soothers can be found in stores worldwide.