Yve-Car Momperousse Biography
A native of Haiti, Yve-Car Momperousse, is an entrepreneur, and inventor, who is best known as the co-founder of Kreyol Essence.
She became well known to the public and people of America after she appeared on the television show, Shark Tank. On the show, Yve-Car was together with her co-founder and fellow entrepreneur, Stephane Jean-Baptiste.
Yve-Car Momperousse Age
Momperousse’s date and year of birth are unknown. Therefore, her age remains unknown as well.
Yve-Car Momperousse Family
Momperousse has maintained a very low profile and has managed to keep her personal and family life away from the limelight. At the moment, there is no information about her family.
Yve-Car Momperousse Husband
Momperousse is married to Stephane Jean-Baptiste, her co-founder of Kreyol Essence. Except for the fact that the two are married, there is no more information regarding the couple’s marriage.
Yve-Car Momperousse Children
At the time of writing this article, we cannot confirm whether the couple has any children or not. As we had earlier noted, she has managed to keep her personal and family life very private.
Yve-Car Momperousse Kreyol Essence
Momperousse and her husband Stephane Jean-Baptiste, are the founders of Kreyol Essence, a skincare line, with products made from castor oil.
As of how Kreyol Essence came to be, Momperousse shared that she grew up using her mother’s supply of Haitian Black Castor Oil to keep her skin and hair healthy.
However, as she grew older, Momperousse realized that there was no way to get the oil in the United States. And thus the idea for a new company was born.
Talking about their products. she said; “Whether it’s moisturizing kinky curly hair, promoting thicker lashes or brows, or relieving dry itchy skin, we have the highest performing natural products for you.”
Momperousse also added that the products are also helpful in relieving symptoms of skin conditions like psoriasis or eczema.
Yve-Car Momperousse Shark Tank
Momperousse and her husband and co-founder Stephane Jean-Baptiste appeared on the show, Shark Tank, where they were able to negotiate a deal for $400,000 funding in exchange for a royalty of 25% in perpetuity and 5% equity in the company.
According to Shark Barbara Corcoran, the couple’s biggest strength was also their greatest weakness: Their product is too dependent on their sales pitch. “Your business is too dependent on you selling the product,” she said. “That’s just not scalable.”
Shark Lori Greiner was interested but their marketing approach raised several red flags. Other red flags included no clinical or laboratory testing to back up claims about their products, such as possible hair regrowth.
“When you put out anything like that to the consumer market, you really have to have a lot of proof backing that up,” Greiner told them.
Yve-Car Momperousse Net Worth
Momperousse’s net worth is under review.