DIY Whipped Shea Butter For Natural Hair.

In todays post I will be sharing tips on how i achieve my whipped Shea Butter Cream from raw shea butter i got from Africa. To begin you will needing raw shea butter, and other oils like extra virgin olive oil, coconut oil, aloe vera oil, black Jamaican castor oil, and also other essential oils like peppermint oil,  etc. You really do not have to have all these oils that i listed but the more the better.

i started off by melting the shea butter by placing it on a bowl of hot water.  then i went ahead and added 3 table spoons of coconut oil, 2 tbs of olive oil, 2tbs of aloe vera oil and  same goes for all other oils you might want to add to the mixture.

mix everything together and let it to cool in the refrigerator until the entire mixture is thick enough to blend. then use your blend or whisk it until everything become nice, thick and smooth.  your final product should have a thick white creamy consistency and you can now store it in a clean container, ready  for use.  this is very good for your natural hair growth and you will for ever be thankful for it.

I have been using mine on daily basis ever since i made it. And I must confess it gives my hair this glow and shine that i definitely will come back to show you my hair growth as time goes on.

some people do use it as body cream but i only use it on my natural hair. maybe when i can easily see a store to buy good quantity then i can use some on my body .

You can check my Youtube channel ( DELLY BIE) and follow the tutorial on my DIY whipped shea butter cream and please subscribe also.

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