Staple: Camille Rose Naturals Fresh Curls

There’s very few moisturizer type products that I rave about. After all, water is the ultimate fine natural hair staplemoisturizer and I can get the job done by simply  wetting my hair and sealing in the moisture with an oil.

fresh curls

Yet, I still find the need to use a moisturizer product from time to time and Camille Rose Naturals Fresh Curls is usually it. This product is a staple for my hair in more ways than one (wait til you get to the Best Features section!)

How I Use Camille Rose Naturals Fresh Curls

I first started using this “moisturizer” about 2 years ago (as of the writing of this post). I loved it from the very first time and have been purchasing it ever since. Fresh Curls has a hand in my hair (no pun intended) in the following ways:

  • as a daily moisturizer
  • as a leave in conditioner
  • as a sealant after spritzing my hair with plain water (it contains 2 oils known for sealing natural hair)
  • as a detangler
  • to tame frizz

frizz free curls

Best Features

The fact that Camille Rose Naturals Fresh Curls contains castor oil and doesn’t weigh my fine strands down is amazing in and of itself. Lots of naturals use castor oil on their hair and scalp. It’s never been an oil that I could use so freely as it would cause my scalp to itch or it would weigh my hair down due to its heavy molecular weight.

Fresh Curls is such a versatile product but what I really love is how it helps me finger detangle my fine natural hair with such ease. I have used this product on slightly detangled to very detangled hair and it never disappoints.

On top of all of that, it smells AMAZING! The peach guava gives it such a light and refreshing scent it’s intoxicating.  This moisturizer (note: a good moisturizer contains water as the first ingredient followed by an oil) will forever be a staple for me… as long as they don’t change the formula to something my hair dislikes!

Camille Rose Naturals Fresh Curls Ingredients:

Deionized water, organic castor seed oil, dl panthenol, glycerin, organic avocado oil, sodium pca, btms, peach guava, and optiphen

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Michelle Smith
Michelle is a Christian special needs mom residing in the NYC area who shares useful tips to grow and maintain fine natural hair. She's a published author and Creator of Fine Natural Hair and Faith, inspiring others with faith for living along side knowledge on how to care for their "crown."

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