Meet The Owner

Dr. Isfahan Chambers-Harris was born to revolutionize the hair care industry. With a background in Bio-Medical Sciences and a passion for healthy hair, she combined her skills and knowledge into the creation of Alodia, an innovative hair care line that is poised to take hair care to the next level.

Dr. Chambers –Harris earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from City University of New York – Medgar Evers College in 2004. She then went on to complete her Ph.D. in Bio-Medical Sciences  at the Cardiovascular Research Institute at Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia.



Upon graduation, she entered her postdoctoral fellowship at Vanderbilt School of Medicine, conducting research on the autoimmune disease Sarcoidosis. While at Vanderbilt, Isfahan also completed a Masters of Public Health degree. Presently, she is a Presidential Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Fellow at the National Institute of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland.

Alodia is the result of Dr. Chambers-Harris’ personal hair journey that began several years ago. Suffering from damage, breakage and dryness, Dr. Chambers-Harris decided to go natural. During the transition stage, she began crafting products in her kitchen that would help grow, nourish, and condition her multi-textured hair.

After consistently testing her products and seeing the amazing results she achieved with her own hair – she knew she was onto something and decided to bring her formulations to the masses with the launch of Alodia.

In addition to hair care products, Dr. Chambers-Harris plans to create healthy skin care and baby care products for those consumers seeking quality natural products. 

Another area that Dr. Chambers-Harris is extremely passionate about is philanthropy and humanitarian issues. Alodia will align itself with non-profits who deal with causes/diseases that resonate with Dr. Chamber-Harris’ personal mission to heal and help those in need around the world.

Currently, she is collaborating with the Sisters Network for Breast Cancer Survivors (DC Chapter), where she has given seminars on how to grow healthy hair after chemo. She is also interested in working with disadvantaged youth that have an interest in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) professions.

Dr. Chambers-Harris and her husband, Dr. Rashad DuPree Harris MD are the proud parents of  beautiful twin toddlers and currently reside in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area.