Meet our Founder

After being diagnosed with stage IIB triple positive breast cancer at 30 years old, with no family history or genetic links, I was left wondering, how? As I went through treatment I was told not to use certain products, which again brought on questions which led me to do my own research. What I found shocked me, and I very quickly switched to non-toxic products. I documented this change on my blog, Pardon My French. I found that many women, especially those going through cancer treatments had questions about the products they were putting on their skin as well. I expanded my voice in the breast cancer community with a podcast called But You Don't Look Sick. The messages and conversations that were started led to the products that I used throughout treatment. The idea of Paris Laundry was born! A central place for women to come and feel confident, beautiful, and safe with the products they are purchasing.

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Savannah Magazine

Owner and Founder of Paris Laundry featured on the cover of the March/April issue of Savannah Magazine, inside the magazine Kelsey shares more about her breast cancer journey and advocacy. 

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Purple Glam For Fall

Purple Glam For Fall

Pretty in purple Kids are back in school, Labor Day has passed, and it's safe to say that summer is coming to an end. There is no ...

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