Le Prunier has been founded by three sisters. The plum seeds for the Plum Beauty Oil are grown, harvested and cold-pressed on the family’s 100-year-old farm in Sutter County, CA., the world’s largest organic grower of plums.
In November 2017, siblings Jacqueline, Allison and Elaine Taylor co-founded Le Prunier, an innovative and organic beauty line based on the Power of Plum. Made from plums that are grown, harvested, and cold-pressed on the Taylor Farm in California, Le Prunier Plum Beauty Oil is a multi-purpose formula that works to restore, replenish, and balance skin, hair, and nails.
Le Prunier are proud to be 100% natural, USDA, CCOF organic certified, as well as PETA certified, cruelty free, vegan and halal certified.
Meet the Founders
Jacqueline entered UCLA as a Pre-Med Biopsychology major for Dermatology and has always been extremely passionate about skincare. She is also a graduate of Living Light Culinary Institute where her passion for health and wellness was fully realized. Prior to Le Prunier, Jacqueline worked at Mayfield Fund, a Venture Capital firm in Menlo Park. She is currently developing proprietary processes on the amazing benefits of Plum Beauty Oil. Her diverse background in the sciences and culinary arts has enabled her to focus much of her efforts on byproduct innovation and R&D for Le Prunier.
Allison has an extensive background in Marketing, Brand Development and Management. She studied Communications and Sociology at the University of Southern California and honed her artistic design skills at Parsons New School of Design in New York. Prior to the development of Le Prunier, Allison worked with companies such as Giorgio Armani, Mother Denim, and STX Entertainment. She also has experience working within film, television and music. Her acute eye for design, entrepreneurial sensibilities and genuine love for all things health + wellness has finally culminated into her most exciting project yet.
Elaine graduated from the University of San Francisco and received a B.S. in Business Administration – International Business. While at USF she studied abroad in Beijing, China where she applied her Mandarin language studies. After college, Elaine began working for her family’s food products business focused on international sales, operations and client relations. Seeking experience outside of her family’s operations, Elaine first joined VC-backed Juicero and later Halo Top Creamery. While at Halo Top, she helped manage international sales and operations. Halo Top was acquired in 2019, and with these experiences Elaine was ready to return to Le Prunier where she helps lead sales and operations.
Pictures and text (adapted) from Le Prunier.
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