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Janell Stephens is the founder and CEO of Camille Rose Naturals, the total wellness brand committed to producing safe-to-use natural products for your hair and body.
Previously a licensed therapist, Stephens began making products for her family when researching eczema creams revealed there are large amounts of harmful ingredients on the market. Fearing how those ingredients might affect her children later in life she set out to create her own.
“The products I thought were organic were not…I think that people need to really be careful of what they’re putting on their body and what their body is absorbing.” Stephens tells Eve Naturally.
Six years later, the product maker has a growing loyal fan base with nearly 130K Instagram followers who not only enjoy her collection of hair and product photos as well as vegan inspired meals but who follow her around the east coast as she visits hair expos.
Last week we visited her booth at the World Health & Beauty Expo in New York City to discuss the upcoming release of her Latte, Herbal Tea, and Honey “Leave-in Collection” featuring gourmet ingredients that stimulate hair growth, seals and defines your curls. During our talk, Stephens also reveals plans to expand her brand to offer a kids and home collection for the upcoming fall season.
Watch our interview below.
Busy at work on her newest collections, Stephens still finds time to work on relaunching her website to better suit her customer’s need. The site is expected to be up later this summer and visitors can look forward to the MOMpreneur blogging on “Camille’s Corner”.
For now you can purchase Camille Rose Products hair products in Whole Foods, Target, Ricky’s, and select Walmart locations. Visit here to find the nearest location.
Stay Tuned: We will be hosting a giveaway when the Camille Rose Naturals Leave-In Collection launches!
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