I first met Carson last December at the Echo Park Craft Fair and I'm not exaggerating when I say she was literally one of the nicest and most sincere people I've ever met. We've since done a few events together, and I could not be more thrilled to see the success of her beautiful company C & The Moon, where she makes an exquisite vanilla scented sugar body scrub. So good, that its been worthy of multiple Kardashian mentions (no big deal)!

Growing up in Malibu, her ethos and compassion for the environment are truly  reflective of the area she grew up in. Her packaging is completely recyclable, and her product is biodegradable. 

She works as both an actress and doula, and her desire to help people is evident in all that she does. 

Thank you Carson for shining such a bright light! 

3 word bio.

Hard working. Compassionate

What is your one physical characteristic that you’ve had to grow to love, but at times would have changed?

My hair. When I was in middle school I would straighten my hair everyday. I cried all the time because I was so insecure that I didn't have the silky straight hair my friends had. Now I proudly rock the frizz and love having curly beachy bedhead!

What would your boyfriend or any roommates you’ve ever had say is your most annoying quality? (even if you live alone you probably know the answer)

That's easy! My boyfriend says I have no respect for other peoples sleep.

A few unread emails or 1000’s?

3,589 Unread

Honestly, packrat or minimalist?

Both? Maybe packrat wanna be minimalist.

What keeps you up at night?

Concern for the environment.

How do you find balance?

I'm still looking for it....

Working as an entrepreneur is hard, what is the hardest part about owning your own business?

The hardest part for me is not having set hours or schedule. Never really feeling able to unplug.

With 30 minutes of free time, what would you do?

Jump in the ocean or take a bath. 

If you could change one thing in the world, what would it be?

If I could change one thing in the world it would be to live in a world without greed. 

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