Product Review: Camille Rose Naturals Aloe Whipped Butter Gel

Hello world, in the past I reviewed the Camille Rose Naturals Hair Milk and raved about it. It is one of the top products I have tried in 2014. Since the Hair Milk is so amazing I decided to try more of the products from this brand and see the results of using them together.

I ordered the Aloe Whipped Butter Gel and the Caramel Cowash. The cowash was nothing amazing and did not seem to get my hair as clean as other conditioning wash products I’ve tried. However, the Whipped Butter Gel will be added to my product basket permanently just like the Hair Milk. To use the Whipped Butter Gel I sectioned my wet hair that I washed with the Caramel cowash into three sections and applied the Whipped Butter Gel. I use a heavy hand with products because I want every curl coated, so this was no exception. After applying the Whipped Butter gel, I added the Hair Milk.

The first time I used the products together I let my hair air dry and the picture below is the result and these are second-day curls.

Second day curls after using Camille Rose and letting my hair air dry.
Second day curls after using Camille Rose and letting my hair air dry.

The second time I used the products I diffused my hair and got the below results.

This was the result when I used a diffuser as opposed to air drying.
This was the result when I used a diffuser as opposed to air drying.

As is usually the norm, the hair is bigger after diffusing.

The Aloe Whipped Butter Gel is a nice product and I’d put it up against any similar product. It is light and also adds shine where needed. I use it on my dry hair too to preserve them. As you can tell by now, I am really into the whipped gels! This is the second one I’ve tried. The first was from Motions. The products have completely different textures though and the Camille Rose product is a lot easier to work with and is not sticky.

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