The Best Camille Rose Hair Products For Type 4 Naturals

May 29, 2021

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Camille Rose hair products are well-known and well-loved in the natural hair community.

Boasting a “natural is best” approach to their ingredients and product formulation, this brand has become a household staple in almost every natural’s arsenal.

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However, as natural hair products can be quite expensive, it can be difficult to discern which products are right for you, regardless of brand name.

Your hair’s intimate characteristics, such as porosity and hair width, will dictate which products you should use and which you should avoid.

Let’s get into our Camille Rose reviews, including which products are best for your hair characteristics, so you don’t have to waste any time and money.

The Origins of Camille Rose Naturals Products

The founder, Janell Stephens, planted the seed of Camille Rose in 2011 when she was creating products in her kitchen to treat her children’s eczema.

What started as an all-natural skincare brand turned into an iconic natural hair brand, addressing the needs of dry natural hair well before the modern popularization of the natural hair movement.

All of the Camille Rose products claim to:

  • Increase moisture and encourage moisture retention
  • Reduce breakage and split ends
  • Combat frizzy hair and encourage curl definition

Now, contrary to popular belief, being a natural hair junkie is not conducive to a healthy natural hair routine.

Plus, natural hair products are pricey, okay? It can be expensive trying out new products only for the product not to work.

Before you pick up any Camille Rose hair products (or any products in general), you should know intimately know your porosity.

Essentially, your porosity will dictate how your hair will interact with your products.

Because low porosity hair has tight and flat cuticles, moisture absorption is the name of the game.

That means using light-weight products that inhibits product buildup and can actually penetrate into the hair strands.

Avoid using products that include porosity reducing ingredients such as proteins and coconut oil.

On the other hand, high porosity, with lifted and raised cuticles, must focus on moisture retention.

Evaporation and rapid moisture loss occurs frequently in high porosity hair, so using strengthening and conditioning products that fill in your cuticle gaps will combat this issue.

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Using porosity reducing ingredients (protein and coconut oil) will increase your moisture retention ability.

Armed with that knowledge, if you’re interested in picking up any Camille Rose hair products, here are the ones that we suggest for Type 4 naturals:

Best Camille Rose Hair Products for Type 4 Naturals

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Camille Rose Naturals Sweet Ginger Cleansing Rinse

Best for TYPE 4

This shampoo is incredibly gentle and non-stripping, but contains enough surfactants to thoroughly cleanse your hair and remove buildup. Ginger root oil – the second ingredient in the formula – is antiseptic, boosting overall scalp health. A great, gentle shampoo for weekly use. 

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Camille Rose Naturals Algae Renew Deep Conditioner

Best for TYPE 4, low porosity

A cult favourite deep conditioner, this deep conditioner contains essential plant-based oils and butters loved by all naturals: manuka honey, mango butter and aloe vera, and also includes moisturizing ingredients such as hemp seed oil and blue-green algae. And it smells like mint chocolate chip!

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Camille Rose Naturals Coconut Water Penetrating Hair Treatment

Best for TYPE 4, high porosity, fine strands

As the name suggests, this deep conditioner is formulated with highly penetrative ingredients such as coconut water, yet is balanced with conditioning fatty alcohols and butters to provide ample slip. Great for high porosity strands in need of moisture.

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Camille Rose Naturals Curl Love Moisture Milk

Best for TYPE 4, all porosities

This product is well-loved by all naturals, but the film-forming humectants, such as aloe vera and slippery elm, is great for high porosity naturals experiencing moisture loss. The plethora of conditioning ingredients will also make your hair feel supple and soft. A must try for all porosities.

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Camille Rose Naturals Honey Hydrate Leave-in

Best for TYPE 4

Formulated with only 10 ingredients, this leave-in conditioner is moisture-heaven for parched curls and coils. Hydrating ingredients such as honey and sugar maple will deeply moisturize and soften the hair for days. The protein and coconut oil-free formula is great for low porosity, protein-sensitive hair.

Camille Rose Naturals Almond Jai Twisting Butter

Best for TYPE 4, high porosity

If you’re looking for a setting cream for your twist-outs and braid-outs, look no further: this twisting butter is so rich and creamy, your hair will feel supple and soft after taking down the style, especially high porosity hair. Plays well with their Curl Love Moisture Milk.

Camille Rose Naturals Aloe Whipped Butter Gel

Best for TYPE 4

The most superior ingredient list of any gel on the market. Virtually all-natural, this gel will hydrate the heck out of your curls and works swimmingly for Type 4 naturals, especially for twistouts and braidouts. A definite must-try!

Final Thoughts on Camille Rose Hair Products

Camille Rose products are an excellent choice in products if you have Type 4 hair.

Whether you have fine or coarse strands, low or high porosity, you’ll find that there is a product for you.

Always read the ingredient label to watch out for products that are agreeable (or not agreeable) with your hair type. Follow the directions on the back of the bottle as best as you can to ensure you are getting the most out of the product.

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Ayana Aden

Ayana is The Curl Market’s brand founder. When she’s not deep in natural hair research or creating content, she’s hanging on the couch with her husband and her cat, reading a book or scrolling through TikTok. Follow her on Instagram at @tothecurlmarket.

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