Deets after the jump!
aloe vera juice, wheat protein, hemp seed oil, coconut oil, shea butter, mango butter,jojoba oil, rose hip, green tea,blue green algae, panthenol, msm,and biotin. Ingredient Attributes: silicone free, sulfate free, paraben free, animal friendly
Pros: Nice slip/Smell/Strengthens hair/Great ingredients/Nice texture
Cons: High in protein (for protein sensitive folks)/More strengthening than moisturizing it seems
5 thoughts on “In Review: Camille Rose Algae Deep Conditioning Hair Mask”
Do you think you will try this again now that the ingredients have changed? It looks like they took out the wheat protein and moved the blue green algae up on the list.
Ingredients: distilled water, blue green algae, honey, aloe vera juice, coconut oil, mango seed butter, shea butter, btms, hemp, grapeseed, glycerin, green tea, panthenol, rose hip, jojoba oil, primrose oil, peppermint oil, msm, biotin,
and vitamin E.
Probably not unless it were on sale. I use up DCs pretty quickly.
I am in love with every Camille Rose product ive used! I am on number 3 now! and Janelle (owner) is super sweet and always ready to personally find a product perfect for you when she is at the shows!
The Camille Rose product line sounds very nice, to judge from all the reviews you have done on this line lately.
The conditioning mask sounds like a nice protein mask to use for your protein treatments I guess, although that might have to wait till the summer months, as it is chock full of humectants – Aloe Vera Juice, Mango Butter, and Panthenol/B5
Do you know whether the company ships internationally?
I’m not sure, but you can buy it from AveYou and they have international shipping.
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