Being a naturalist has taught me to be able to mix things together and make my stuff like my DIY DEEP CONDITIONER, which I shared with you guys.Today, I’ll show you how I make my Whipped Shea Butter which I use to seal in moisture added to my hair (read about my natural hair routine, here) and moisturise my scalp. Shea butter has many benefits for hair and skin, but it is not so easy to apply because it is hard. Adding oils and whipping it makes it more pliable and easier to apply.
What I use for my DIY Whipped Shea Butter
- 250mg of Shea Butter
- 250ml of Coconut Oil
- 200ml of Jamaican Black Castor Oil
- 50ml of Avocado Oil
- 100ml of Olive Oil
- 100ml of Almond Oil
- 20-30 drops of Tea Tree Oil
- 20-30 drops of Peppermint Oil
Making my own whipped Shea Butter means I get to add what my hair/scalp needs in the mixture.
How I make my DIY Whipped Shea Butter
- In a mixing bowl, I add the shea butter and all my oils
- Place in a pot of boiling water for the mixture to melt
- Then I use a whisk to stir while it is on fire until it melts completely
- Allow it to cool by placing in the fridge and solidify
- I use my Smoothie maker to blend the mixture to make it whipped and fluffy, a hand mixer is perfect to use if you have, I don’t.
- Then I pour in an old leave-in container to store.
How do you seal moisture in your hair? Do you use whipped Shea Butter? Do you make your Whipped Shea butter yourself? How do you make yours? Leave in the COMMENT section below.
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