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Monday, November 10, 2014

Product Review: Camille Rose Naturals Algae Renew Deep Conditioner

I want to do a product review for Camille Rose Naturals Algae Renew Deep Conditioner. I did not see many reviews for this product, so I thought I give my own honest opinion...


Product Name:




Camille Rose Naturals Algae Renew Deep Conditioner Product Review (Algae Renew)*


Price and Size:




$19.99/8oz (Target)

Product Description:

This Algae Deep Conditioner is hand mixed with amazing blue green algae which is rich in B vitamins. Algae is known to stop hair from shedding, breaking and thinning which will improve hair cell regrowth resulting in thicker, stronger and longer hair. Use this therapeutic treatment to bring damaged hair back to health THE NATURAL WAY!


Package Instructions:

Apply an ample amount to dry or wet hair. Leave for 10 minutes then cool rinse while detangling with a wide tooth comb. For extra conditioning, apply a plastic cap and sit under a hooded dryer, steamer or heat cap for 20 minutes.



Ingredients:


Distilled Water, Blue Green Algae, Honey, Aloe Vera Juice, Coconut Oil, Mango Seed Butter, Shea Butter, Hemp, Grapeseed, Glycerin, Green Tea, Panthenol, Rose Hip, Jojoba Oil, Evening Primrose Oil, Peppermint Oil, MSM, Biotin, and Vitamin E (Website)

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Deoinized water, aloe vera juice, butyrospermum parkii(shea)butter, cocos nucifera (coconut oil), behentrimonium methosulfate (BTMS) cetyl alcohol, Dipropylene Glycol (btms) theobroma cacao (cocoa)butter, mangifera indica(mango)seed butter, cannabis sativa(hemp) seed oil, di panthenol, mel(manuka), honey, vegetable glycerin,camellia sinensis (green tea) extract, simmondsia chinensia(jojoba) seed oil, rosa canina(rose hip) fruit oil, bitis vinifera(grape)seed oil, oenothera biennis(evening primrose) oil,phenoxyethanol and capryly glycol(optiphen), blue green algae, dimethyl sulfone (msm), biotin, tocopheryl acetate(vitamin E), mentha piperita (peppermint)oil, scent and LOVE! (Jar)





My Experience:

I have had Algae Renew for a month now and deep conditioned my hair each week. I sectioned my hair in 5 sections and added an ample amount to each, while I was in the shower. I put my plastic conditioning cap on and stayed in the shower, while there would be lots of steam flowing. I kept the conditioner on for 20 minutes, then washed out thoroughly in cool water.


Camille Rose Naturals Algae Renew Deep Conditioner Product Review


My Own Thoughts:

I am okay with this conditioner. It makes my hair completely soft and smells of mint peppermint. I really like that when my hair is damp after washing the conditioner out, it does not feel like sandpaper or looks like I put my finger in an electrical socket. My hair is curly-defined and I could actually just walk out the house (if I could do a wash-n-go).

 Also, when I get an ample amount of conditioner for my hair, it is like a frozen pudding. But, when I add it to my hair, it has a great amount of slip and just melts into my strands. I really like that about Algae Renew...but one thing that really disappoints me is the ingredient list.

When I looked up the ingredients of the Algae Renew I saw the first five ingredients: Distilled Water, Blue Green Algae, Honey, Aloe Vera Juice, Coconut Oil...but when I purchased this at Target, I saw: Deionized water, aloe vera juice, butyrospermum parkii(shea)butter, cocos nucifera (coconut oil), behentrimonium methosulfate (BTMS)...that really upset me.

I paid $20 for an 8oz container for advertised/featured products that were shifted around on the product label with other products that were not advertised anywhere on the website and in fact, other websites

In fact, Blue Green Algae was close to the end of the ingredient list (which mean less than 1% in the product) and honey was not the third ingredient on the list. *sigh*

Speaking of which, I saw Dipropylene Glycol (DG) on my container. For the life of me, I could not find a layman's definition of DG and how this could affect my hair. I did find PROPYLENE GLYCOL (PG), which did not give me a layman's definition either but: a humectant, which brings the moisture from the atmosphere into the strands of the hair BUT, which is also used in antifreeze...

All I can really think of is maybe the first ingredient list is an the old formula, which has not been updated yet...I don't know...I'M AT A LOSS!!! So I will say that I will continue to use Algae Renew since I do like the results...until it is all gone.

I MAY PURCHASE THIS AGAIN...NOT SURE YET...




Camille Rose Naturals Algae Renew Deep Conditioner Product Review





Have you tried Algae Renew? What did you think about it?


Natural hair says: if you are looking for any product for something specific for your hair, make sure you read the label first!!! It is so important to know what is being advertised compared with what is actually in the container/bottle. Know what you are purchasing before you spend the "extra" money on it.


Always Desire Your Natural,


Christina J



*Camille Rose Naturals Algae Renew Deep Conditioner was purchased with my own money and the review is my honest opinion.



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