Lavender Whipped Cream Leave-In - Extra Slip
Lavender Whipped Cream Leave-In - Extra Slip
Lavender Whipped Cream Leave-In - Extra Slip

Why you'll love it

chevron_left chevron_right

Intense Moisture

Essential Nutrients

Enhanced Slip

Say goodbye to frizz and dry tresses—this leave-in is built to deliver lasting moisture to each and every strand.

Packed with antioxidants and vitamin E, rosemary extract and olive oil combine to create a formula for curls and coils for instant nourishment.

Enjoy healthier, happier natural hair complete with slippery, silky hair that shines and is easy to style.

We have answers!


Take on any hair care challenge with confidence and expertise—the team at Camille Rose is ready to back you up with consciously-made products and a wealth of hair care tips. 

Is it okay to use Lavender Whipped Cream Leave-In on dry hair?

Yes! Our lavender hair cream is a versatile leave-in curl conditioner that can be applied to wet or dry hair. Use it after a wash for pre-styling or apply it to tired tresses to instantly moisturize, revitalize, and revive your look.

Does Lavender Whipped Cream Leave-In contain any harsh chemicals that might harm my hair?

Definitely not. At Camille Rose, we’re dedicated to creating clean, conscious hair care formulas that our customers can enjoy without worry. You’ll never find harmful chemicals like sulfates, parabens, or phthalates in our leave-in conditioners for curly hair.

Our founder and CEO, Janell Stephens, started Camille Rose after discovering how difficult it was to find safe, botanical-inspired products to use on her children’s hair. We’re proud to uphold her vision in everything we do. 

Is it okay to combine Camille Rose Lavender Whipped Cream Leave-In with other styling products?

You can mix and match Camille Rose hair products to your heart’s content. In fact, we’ve made sure that all of our formulas “play well” with one another so that our customers can create a completely custom hair care routine that suits their needs (without worrying about potentially damaging product interactions).