My name is Tahirah, and I'm the creator of Vivian Rose Body & Bath. I'm a busy mom, wife & I love a good bath. I didn’t know how much until I got married and went from one quiet child to a firecracker toddler and a feisty bonus baby every other weekend. Baths became my time of solitude, meditation, and peace. When I couldn't find bath items that were soothing and felt good on my skin, I started creating my own and Vivian Rose Body & Bath was born.
After creating bath products, I started creating skincare. I've always loved scented lotions, but could never find things moisturizing enough for my skin. Our Whipped Shea Butter and Luxe Body Cremes are the perfect way to moisturize your skin. And since we don't always have time for a bath, but still want that luxe feel, we've also added handmade soaps, shower gels, candles & more.
Who is Vivian Rose?
Nana Vivian circa 1932
Vivian Rose is named after two of the most influential women in my life, my great-grandmother and grandmother. Nana Vivian, my great-grandma, was a hardworking, kind, vibrant woman. She cleaned houses for wealthy residents of Long Islands Sag Harbor and touched everyone she met. Nana Vivian loved to dance, act and could often be found at church or volunteering, which Nana did into her late 90's. She passed away at the age of 102 years old, but her spirit is never far from my heart. You can learn more about my Nana Vivian here.
My Grandma, Catherine Vivian, has always been a tremendous force in my life. She was a bridge over troubled waters for me and thousands of other people in her community. In her youth, Catherine Vivian was also a dancer and was scheduled to attend Julliard in the 1960s. Grandma was my first peek into glamour; she wore jewels and fur coats everywhere. Having no daughters of her own, she'd often buy me miniature versions of whatever she had. I was two years old when she bought my first fur coat. I can still remember her powders, perfumes in pretty bottles and lotions in fabulous scents. As a little girl, I'd play in them whenever I could. You can learn more about Grandma and how she's touched the lives of others here.
The "Rose" in Vivian Rose is a tribute to all women and a reminder that we need to take good care of ourselves. Roses flourish when they're pampered, and I believe women do too.
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