50 Celebrities With Secret Business Empires
Celebrities may come into their industry of sports, movies, and entertainment because it was their childhood dream, but many of them transition into practical and stable practices that bring them passive income and stability past their profession. Some of the celebs we know and love engage in real estate, while others have made multi-million dollar profits through investments and royalties from creations. You may be unfamiliar with these endeavors, so check out 50 celebrities with secret business empires to see how they really make their net worth improve!
Jay-Z - Tidal
The hip-hop extraordinaire, Sean Carter makes our list first. Jay-Z's Tidal business is a music streaming platform owned by him and his music label, ROC Nation. Tidal is great because it gives the artist more creative control over their music and more money than other streaming services. Tidal is currently worth more than $600 million as of today!
When we throw in his music label, along with his deals with Armand de Brignac Champagne and D'Usse Cognac, the living legend's net worth is north of $1 billion, according to Forbes, making Jay-Z the first billionaire rapper!
Ashton Kutcher - A-Grade Technology
When we think about actor-turned-investor Ashton Kutcher, jokes and laughter are certain to come to your mind. What also should grab your attention is his ability to make clean investments that make him filthy rich. Ashton Kutcher has placed bets on the finest companies of today like Uber, AirBnb, and Spotify.
With these investments, Kutcher was able to co-found a venture capital firm investing in "problem solving technology start-ups" calling it "A-Grade Investments". His company is currently tagged at $250 million with the aforementioned companies leading the charge in providing is lucrative worth.
Gwen Stefani - L.A.M.B.
From No Doubt to L.A.M.B., the rocker chick from the new millennium would be disappointed if we didn't put her on the list. From behind the scenes of blowing eardrums for more than a decade, Gwen Stefani decided to keep her net worth climbing by creating L.A.M.B., a company for shoes, handbags, and sunglasses.
Her brand was introduced during the 2003 New York Fashion Week and has carried on ever since. Because of her feats, Stefani has increased her overall net worth from $80 million to $150 million due to her company!
Robert De Niro - Nobu Fifty Seven
The name Robert De Niro brings forth aspects of a cunning mind, criminal instinct, and some good ole fatherly advice. But with his newest endeavor, Nobu Fifty Seven, we can also add food to the list. Mr. De Niro's eye for fine dining was taken to the next level when he, chef Nobu Matsuhisa (right), and two of his business partners decided to open a restaurant in 2005.
Today, there are more than 30 locations worldwide after 17 years of business. The valuation of the restaurant - and now hotel chain - was valued at nearly half a billion dollars! Sounds like a luxurious spot to eat.
Jessica Alba - The Honest Company
Sure, she could dance her tail off in the rain, but did you know that Jessica Alba was just as business savvy as the rest of them? The celebrity-turned-entrepreneur has set the stage by partnering with the former CEO of Healthy Child Healthy Heart and creating The Honest Company.
Her business is focused on bringing sustainable, high-quality baby care and lifestyle products to the market that have fewer chemicals and are safe for infants. It must be working because, in June of 2021, Jessica's company was valued at over $1 billion.
Mark Wahlberg - Walhburgers
Mark Wahlberg (left) is one of those actors you love to watch because of his seriousness in being funny. Known for his action-packed movies, Mark is also a businessman who still keeps the fun alive with his family. The actor co-operates with his brothers Paul and Donnie Wahlberg in running Wahlburgers, a medium, upscale burger joint with all the fixings.
Currently, there are 19 of these American-style establishments across the nation, and it is valued at over $300 million! Mark also enhances his business skills by investing in a water business called AQUAhydrate with payouts almost as handsome as his restaurant.
Kate Hudson - Fabletics
Fitness clothing will never go out of style, which is why actress Kate Hudson decided to jump on board and continue the trend of attractive, yet comfortable workout gear with her line, Fabletics. Under the parent company, JustFab, Fabletics ties breathable material with stretchy-soft fabrics for ultimate comfort during a hard sweat.
Bloomberg reported triple earnings from Fabletics in only its second year from $50 million to $150 million thanks to their online success! Things are going so well, physical stores in America are the next step in evolving her empire.
Andrew Shue - CafeMom
The former heartthrob of Melrose Place has become a full-fledged media-tech mogul. The actor took a leap of faith in 2006 and co-founded CafeMom with his childhood friend. The online community consists of more than 30 million online moms sharing information! It went so well that it expanded into the multi-platform, CafeMedia.
Shue and his friend, Michael Sanchez, also took it one step further and created an activist organization called "Do Something". It may not sound lucrative, but his kingdom is currently worth $150 million after taxes.
Sofia Vergara - Furniture collection
Sofia Vergara was a hidden Hollywood gem for a long time before bursting onto the movie seen with pure flair. The actress is now a full-time mom and entrepreneur with multiple businesses within her company's portfolio. Her major deal came with Rooms To Go when the Sofia Vergara Furniture Collection was accepted to the show floor.
There's also her subscription-based underwear company, EDY, and clothing company, Sofia Jeans by Sofia Vergara. Add in her fragrances lineup and Sofia stands at a venture company worth close to $200 million.
Reese Witherspoon - Draper James Clothing
Her life as a fictional lawyer in the film, Legally Blonde, was simple compared to her life as a successful entrepreneur. The actress launched her clothing line, Draper James Clothing and Lifestyle Brand, in May 2015, and literally had people fighting over the product that sold out in just one day!
The quality of children's clothing has improved over the past several years and venture capitalists are happy with their returns. Her Hello Sunshine Media Group is taking off as the female-focused platform houses two podcasts, a book club, and audible programming. Her portfolio's worth? North of $200 million according to Forbes.
Emilio And Gloria Estefan - Venture Capitalist
The glory days of Emilio and Gloria Estephan are still alive and well, hidden within the gems that they have developed for the public since their exit from live performances. The dynamic duo live in Florida and own two restaurants, Bongos Cuban Cafe and Larios, that have won local awards for their Latin-based cuisines.
Let's not forget that these two are also minority owners of the Miami Dolphins and owners of the Costa d'Este and The Cardozo hotels, which only increases their overall net worth close to $500 million.
Sammy Hagar - Cabo Wabo
Remember the Van Halen song "Cabo Wabo"? This rock-out-loud song was part of the inspiration that gave rock singer, Sammy Hagar, the confidence to create his chain of restaurants and nightclub chains. Located in Cabo San Lucas, Hollywood, Las Vegas, and Lake Tahoe, new fun is always around considering that they have recently been remolded.
A tequila brand was also made under the name Cabo Wabo. With tenacity and great business acumen, Hagar created a $100 million empire with the spirit of one song. If you're ever in California or Nevada, let us know what you think of it!
Serena Williams - Serena Ventures
As superb as she is at the sport, tennis just isn't enough for the multi-Wimbledon winner, Serena Williams. In addition to being one of the best athletes of all time, the entrepreneur founded her diversity venture firm in 2014 and has invested in various domains including tech, fashion, sports, and non-profits. Currently, her firms market cap stands above $12 billion.
For now, her fashion apparel, Serena Clothing, also adds to her overall value with comfortable dresses, outerwear, and accessories, averaging her business worth close to $230 million.
Jessica Simpson - Jessica Simpson Collection
Millennials are well aware of the efforts and stylish capabilities that singer Jessica Simpson portrayed in her music during the late '90s and early 2000s. Now, the professional singer has upgraded her business savvy to include the Jessica Simpson Collection! Her line of apparrell consists of the memorable shoes, clothing, and home decor that new home buyers are craving.
Although her singing career is what started her wealth of $200 million, it was her Collection that made her rich. Since 2016, annual sales have totaled more than $1 billion, with new arrivals coming soon!
Will Ferrell - Funny or Die
From Anchorman to the dorky fun of Elf, Will Ferrell has done such a great job at keeping the laughter coming. The dynamic actor and comedian created "Funny or Die," a platform for comedic content. It serves the purpose of allowing users to generate funny videos, while also conducting interviews with up-and-coming artists and celebs.
However, Funny or Die has taken a serious hit in having to close down one of its main offices and losing 30% of its staff. For that reason, the platform could be bought out for $300 million.
Rihanna - Fenty
Rihanna was right when she said to "stand under my umbrella" because it's literally raining dollars. The Caribbean-American singer has grown into a well-established businesswoman since the drop of her first single in 2005. Since then, her music career has calmed down due to becoming a mom and having a business valued at over $600 million.
Her Fenty Beauty makeup brand is a million-dollar group that also includes Savage X Fenty Lingerie and the Fenty clothing line. Rihanna is also paired with the luxury goods group, LVMH, which continues to perpetuate her lucrative brand.
Dr. Dre - Beats Electronic
From the '80s to the new generations, Dr. Dre has shown consistency in his hip-hop career by creating stars like 50 Cent and the iconic Eminem. However, no feature is bigger than his creation of the music production company, Aftermath Entertainment, and Beats Electronics.
Dr. Dre still owns Aftermath Entertainment, but Apple was so impressed with the design and technical features of Beats Electronics, that Apple bought the company outright for $3.2 billion dollars in 2014, earning Dre north of $603 million from the deal.
George Clooney - Casamigos Tequila
Noted mature heartthrob actor George Clooney and his business partner, Rande Gerber, created Casamigos Tequila while living in their twin Mexican mansion. According to Insider, it took more than 1,000 bottles over the course of a few years to perfect the smooth, rich taste of the house tequila.
Clooney started selling it in 2013 and the brand has been successful ever since. It has reached the lips of Oprah Winfrey and received gold medals in competitions, so we know it's good. For its effort, the company was bought for $1 billion with $300 million going to George.
Bono - Elevation Partners
Bono was the leader of one of the most conscious bands on the music scene during the early 90s, U2. Since then, he has yet to stop his actions of philanthropy and continues to help others in multiple ways via his private-equity firm, Elevation Partners. Their ultimate goal is to invest in new technology and media from across the globe.
Bloomberg disclosed that Elevation Partners has invested close to $2 billion in companies like Forbes, Yelp, and Facebook. For their efforts, the Partners received almost $1.5 billion from Facebook exclusively.
Gwyneth Paltrow - Goop
Goop started in 2008 as a weekly newsletter that helped others find wellness within their daily lives. Today, the lifestyle and wellness brand has taken over as one of the top newsletters of 2022; it even has its own series on Netflix that describes various topics from eating right to women's bodies.
Goop received a lot of heat from naysayers when it was first released, but now the company is gloriously profitable worth $250 million, as reported by The New York Times. Today, it is one of the largest e-commerce platforms for beauty, home products, and life wellness.
Khloe Kardashian - Good American Clothing
The Kardashians definitely make our list and Khloe is our first. Her family of famous entrepreneurs - and scandals - have inspired her to create her own brand of denim jeans called Good American Clothing. The simple platform services body-positive denim that ranges in sizes 00 to 24.
Founded in October 2016, the clothing brand has also extended into a lifestyle based on the outfits. The company sold $1 million on its first day and has accumulated a net worth of $50 million. As of 2022, Good American Clothing company has reached $130 million in net worth.
Bethenny Frankel - Skinnygirl
If you're a fan of the entrepreneur show Shark Tank, then you know who Bethenny Frankel is. The former Real Housewives of New York City developed a brand of cocktails called "Skinnygirl" as a way to enjoy libations without gaining weight from daily alcohol drinking.
In 2011, the Skinnygirl company was sold in 2011 to Beam Global. Since then, the once exclusive cocktail brand has elaborated into various products including shapers, spreads, and salad dressings. Forbes estimates the brand to currently be worth north of $120 million.
Earvin "Magic" Johnson - Magic Johnson Enterprises
The name "Magic" Johnson is forever tied to the history of the National Basketball League and the Los Angeles Lakers. The living NBA legend founded Magic Johnson Enterprises in 1987 and has invested in many of today's most stable brands like Pepsi-Cola, Sony Entertainment, Founders National Bank, and even Burger King.
Much of his magic happens in the boardroom while making deals of quality investment including becoming co-owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers. With all investments combined, and after selling his stake in the Starbucks franchise, Magic Johnson Enterprises is reportedly worth $1 billion!
Cindy Crawford - Cindy Crawford Home
Supermodel Cindy Crawford has yet to go out of style and it's thanks to her entrepreneurial endeavors. She is the co-founder of Meaningful Beauty, an anti-aging skincare line, as well as Ladder, a line of wellness supplements that Arnold Schwarzenegger and LeBron James are partners in.
Her largest stake is her Cindy Crawford Home furniture collection which was featured as Rooms-To-Go's top pick over three years running. Combined, the three companies she owns have a whopping $100 million net profit!
Kylie Jenner - Lip Kit
Kylie Jenner makes our list considering that she became the youngest billionaire based on the valuation of her company, Kylie Cosmetics. Her popular Lip Kit brand became extremely popular among millennials and Gen Z as the then 21-year-old applied pressure to her entrepreneurship as much as she did foundation to the faces of millions.
Jenner's goal was to "help people overcome their insecurity about their lips." Her company was reported to be worth close to $1.2 billion dollars, which she sold 51% of to the now parent company, Coty Inc., for $600 million.
Francis Coppola - Francis Ford Coppola Winery
The movie industry wouldn't be what it is today without the help of Academy Award-winning director Francis Ford Coppola. When he isn't directing actors and stuntmen on their lines and scenes, the movie mogul is pruning his weeds and picking grapes in his vineyard. With the help of his wife, the Francis Ford Coppola Winery was created in 2006.
More than a decade later, the vineyard is an entire empire with ten wine brands sold across the nation. The champion-style winery business is worth almost $400 million and is said to produce more than 10,000 cases per day!
Drew Barrymore - Flower
The Flower brand is the hub of actress Drew Barrymore's portfolio. It started off simple with her own production company, Flower Films, in 1995. Since then, the noted thespian has expanded into the domain of other prominent industries like fashion, accessories, and even eyewear.
Walmart is a huge consumer of Flower Brand products including Barrymore's Flower Beauty Line for makeup and fragrances. Flower Eyewear is another prominent company selling prescription lenses and reading glasses, along with Flower Home, for your everyday decorative products. After crunching the numbers, her brand nets approximately $125 million.
Nas - QueensBridge Venture Partners
Nas is one of the Hip-Hop legends still schooling us in the art of the streets and business. After returning to music in 2022 after a massive investment spree, Nas still holds the crown as one of the most lucrative rappers in Hip-Hop history. Nas' firm, QueensBridge Venture Partners has early investments in companies like Lyft and Dropbox, and his clothing line, HSTRY.
Most of these investments had a $5-10 billion valuation, and because of his business savvy, Nas is wealthy. His personal net worth is calculated at $70 million while his Venture business stands stronger at $62.5 billion.
Sarah Jessica Parker - SJP
Sex And The City is the early 2000s show that brought actress Sarah Jessica Parker to the center limelight of Hollywood. The prominent thespian's character, Carrie Bradshaw, was typically complimented on her shoes, which is part of the reason Parker started her own show brand, SJP.
Conveniently titled by the initials of her name, SJP showcases various styles of women's shoes, with more than two locations in the states, and growing. When you combine her shoe company, perfume line, SJP Beauty, and her beauty-based newsletter, SJP brings in close to $150 million.
Oprah Winfrey - OWN
Of course, Oprah Winfrey is on our list of business empires. She was a broadcasting guru for more than 25 years, and because of it, has expanded into her own cable channel, OWN network. Now, Oprah sold 74.5% of her company, receiving $75 million for her stake in the $300 million company (which is also the amount she makes per year!)
Let's also add the other business that represents Oprah so well. Her magazine O obtained almost $9 million, and her 8% stake in Weight Watchers, which puts her net worth at 2.5 billion!
Lauren Conrad - LC
Remember the show Laguna Beach? That's how Lauren Conrad got her rise to fame, although it was short-lived in the realm of Hollywood. However, who knew that Conrad had a knack for business? The former reality star took the leap in 2009 to create the LC brand line filled with home goods, handbags, accessories, and of course, clothing.
Another business that's not so secret anymore is being the co-founder of The Little Market, a fair trade shop for artisans to earn their money their way. Today, Lauren Conrad has created a net worth of $40 million.
Kevin Costner - Ocean Therapy Solutions
Kevin Costner is the actor that protected Whitney Houston in the 90s film, The Bodyguard, and continues to use his protection for his investments. Kevin makes our list because he made a solid deal that made millions. Costner had an idea to create a device that separates 200 gallons of oil from water in one minute!
BP liked the idea and purchased 32 units which helped clear the oil from the water of the Gulf of Mexico. According to The New York Times, Costner made $15 million in profit from his grand product idea.
Sean "Diddy" Combs - Comb Enterprises
"Can't stop, won't stop. Bad Boy Baby!" is the tagline that will live on past the life of living legendary rapper and producer, Diddy. Sean is CEO and chairman of Comb Enterprises which is the parent company of many of his business ventures like Bad Boy Worldwide Entertainment, Sean John clothing line, and Ciroc vodka.
Combs Wine & Spirits are a major facet of his empire, along with Revolt Media & TV! Input The Blue Flame Agency, and Sean Combs has a net worth of $885 million and is postulated to break the billion-dollar mark.
Kim Kardashian West - Kim Kardashian Brand
Let's face it, the Kardashian sisters would not be as popular if it weren't for their ring leader, Kim. With motherhood on her plate now, the noted reality star has paved her way to success by creating multiple businesses attached to her already famed name.
For starters, Mrs. West launched KKW Beauty in 2017, which is the bulk of her empire, and made north of $100 million in one year. Her shapewear line, Skims, also sold out "in a matter of minutes" when it was launched in 2018. To date, Kim is staring at a net worth of almost $400 million.
Lisa Vanderpump - Vanderpump Pets
Lisa Vanderpump was a regular on the former hit show Real Housewives of Beverly Hills during the early 2000s. To date, Lisa's net worth has skyrocketed to a solid $75 million based on her strategic business plans. She and her husband our restaurateurs who own more than 30 establishments including SUR and Pump.
Throw in Vanderpump Pets which sells luxury pet items, and LVP Sangria based on her signature drink, and it's easy to see how diligence and direction can lead to massive wealth.
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen - The Row
One of America's favorite pair of identical twins are also one of the richest on our list. Despite their personal setbacks, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen removed themselves from the limelight to solely focus on developing their fashion brands, The Row and Elizabeth and James.
The Row was founded in 2006 and featured high-end clothing apparel and accessories. To make things a bit lighter - and affordable - the twins created Elizabeth and James, showcasing clothing and perfumes. Currently the Olsen twins stand on a strong $400 million net worth.
Gisele Bundchen - Sejaa Pure Skincare
Beautiful women from Brazil like Gisele Bundchen are not only stunning, but intelligent in their chosen domain. The South American supermodel makes close to $50 million per year from modeling alone, and has a estimated net worth of $368 million based on what you ask? Her business, Sejaa Pure Skincare.
The skin care line was made for tightening collagen to create younger-looking skin. Additionally, she increases her business acumen with other brands under her name from synthetic footwear and lingerie. Most of her work benefits those in Brazil and has grossed more than $1 billion in overall sales!
Simon Cowell - Syco Entertainment
Here are somethings that you should know about famous British personality, Simon Cowell. First, he has a business called Syco Entertainment that is divided into three sections: Syco Film, Syco TV, and Syco Music. Second, when he partnered with Sony Entertainment at a 50/50 split, they created the show X Factor.
To make it better, Cowell and Sony pushed forward to create the hit TV series America's Got Talent! The creation of this show was a complete secret and because of it, Simon's net worth stands at $620 million.
Justin Timberlake - 901 Tequila
Justin Timberlake is one of the more impressive members of the secret business club considering that he has moved away from music to focus on other multiple endeavors. One of them being 901 Tequila, which he co-founded in 2009. Additionally, Timberlake is also the owner of a restaurant chain, Southern Hospitality, and a golf course investor.
Finally, Justin lives out his sports dream by becoming a part owner of the the NBA team, the Memphis Grizzlies. It's safe to say that with his investments, Justin Timberlake's business empire is worth close to $250 million.
Fergie - Fergie Investment Group
The first lady of the former band, The Black Eye Peas, changed her name from Stacy Ann to Fergie to match her personal and business evolution. Her branded name has her noticed across many realms of investment including holding a stake in the NFL team, the Miami Dolphins.
Fergie also takes her hand at real estate by investing in apartment and condo buildings. A shoe line and a range of nail polishes and fragrances are on the horizon as well. Add in the equity she owns in a vodka company, and you'll see how the pop star raised her portfolio to be worth $45 million.
Will Smith - Overbrook Entertainment
Willard Smith is an undeniable American face that has blessed our TV screens for over 20 years. The rapper-turned-actor made the bulk of his money doing films and TV, but investments are a trade that he and his children are a major fan of. Like with his son Jaden, whom he helped found his water company, while also being the co-founder of Overbrook Entertainment.
In 2022, Smith had an Series A investment for his latest startup, Dreamers VC, which houses many other smaller companies. Will's investments in the future, and the youth, is exactly why his businesses grossed around $400 million.
Sandra Bullock - Restaurateur
Sandra Bullock does more than just play the awkward girl next door well and she has the business savvy that no one was expecting based on her movie roles. Her secret business is based on restaurants that she has invested in and come to own later in her life as this was a dream of hers since becoming a star.
One of the popular restaurants is called Bess Bistro, a cute cafe-type restaurant, while the other is Staple, which is more upscale and has seen the likes of many other celebrity faces. Throw in her production company and Sandra has a net worth of close to $250 million.
Tyra Banks - Bankable Productions
Tyra Banks is one of the more known supermodels of the 1990s and 2000s that took herself away from modeling to help other girls accomplish their dreams via the hit show America's Next Top Model. Did you know that her production company, Bankable Productions was behind the highly-rated show from the beginning?!
The model/producer is also a solid investor as she uses her company, Fierce Capital, LLC, to make a profit off of the latest fashion, apparel, and technology. The company has investments in companies like theSkimm, which brings her total net worth to north of $100 million.
Ryan Reynolds - Aviation American Gin
The funny actor Ryan Reynolds is best known for his snarky remarks and portrayal of superheroes like Deadpool and The Green Lantern. However, his major secret is that he loves Gin so much that he decided to invest in Aviation American Gin.
We'll also add that Reynolds is a solid investor in Mint Mobile as well as he is co-owner, which is always a safe spot to place money. Both of those companies brought in a total of $750 million in 2021.
Steven Spielberg - Dive!
Yes, we all know the name Steven Spielberg as he is one of the greatest directors of all time. But when the famed director is not creating epic films, Steven is working on his restaurant building franchise, Dive!
Restaurants have spread across America easily due to the aesthetics of it being in the shape of a submarine! The ads were also said to be creative and bring in a lot of people. Though the restaurant was short-lived, its worth was still close to $50 million.
Pharrell Williams - Qream
Creatively named Qream, the music business mogul, Pharrell, uses his liqueur brand as a way to thank the ladies for being themselves and always wanting to have a good time. The brand was determined "delicious" in many competitions and has even won a few titles for best liqueur in the early 2010s.
Yet, the business acumen behind it was not as great as the taste of the liqueur and the distributor pulled it off the market due to poor sales and Pharrell sued for $5 million. Overall, his net worth is still close to $300 million.
She isn't a celebrity, just the wife of world-renowned music artist, Gucci Mane, with a knack for business based on her desire choice of beauty products. Keyshia is the CEO of her company Ka'Oir Cosmetics, and has grown it into a stellar, multi-million dollar company worth $35 million.
Along with the makeup, Keyshia also created a tea line, and fragrances, and is developing clothing and intimates via her namesake. With more time and effort, the wife and CEO's cosmetic line could become a true titan.
Beyonce Knowles - 22 Days Nutrition
The most famous female artist of 2022 has to be Beyonce, still carrying hot sauce in her bag from the heat that she's bringing to the boardroom. The singer is best known for her vocals and close to two decades of entertainment, but what you may not know is that some of her wealth is due to her company and investments.
22 Days Nutrition is her company selling plant-based supplements to the ever-rising vegan community. The investment is with her other company, Adidas x Ivy Park collection, which shows bold styles and color to keep fans happy. Overall, $250 million a year comes from these endeavors.
Jennifer Lopez - JLo Brand
"JLo" has become the brand name of Jennifer Lopez, singer, and former block resident. The beauty industry has another sharp entrepreneur in its midst as Jennifer claims that her JLo Beauty line has the power to make skin younger based on her olive oil-infused skincare creams for collagen boost.
There's also the JLO Jennifer Lopez shoe collection. The women's based shoes come in heels, flats, casuals, and formal wear to match any dress a woman can think of. Combined, these businesses are pulling in north of $100 million and are sold in DSW and Sephora.
Alicia Keys - Keys Soulcare
Deep, intuitive, cute, and downright special, R&B and Soul singer Alicia Keys takes a high note on her self-care by going past the skin and into the soul. The Grammy Award winner has three major creams that are sold in Ulta Beauty: the Golden Cleanser, Skin Transformation Cream, and Rich Nourishing Body Cream.
The mission of her company is to help people realize that beauty is only skin deep, which is why the skin is the first thing that she starts with. With an overall net worth of $150 million, Alicia's Soulcare line is worth more than half of that at $80 million.