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DIY Whipped Shea Butter for Natural Hair

DIY Whipped Shea Butter for Natural Hair


Hi, this is Ife of ife360 Tv and today we
are going to do a DIY whipped shea butter recipe for natural hair. I’m starting with Shea butter, it seals in
moisture, softens hair and soothes an irritated scalp. Cocoa or cacao butter, reduces hair loss,
repairs damaged hair, Sweet almond oil makes hair shiny, treats dandruff and repairs split
ends. Jamaican black castor oil increases hair growth. Vitamin E Oil prevents pre-mature graying
of the hair, stops breakage. We’re going to use a double boiler and mixer
to whip the butter. This jar I got
it from IKEA in China. I will post a link to get empty jars as well. Break the cocoa butter into smaller pieces
and melt using a double boiler. Once the cocoa butter is fully melted, remove
from the heat and begin to add other ingredients. Half a cup of shea butter, 1/4 cup of cocoa
butter, 2 tablespoons of jamaican black castor oil, castor oil, sweet almond oil and 10 capsules
of vitamin E oil. Next, mix with your hand mixer, once I have
mixed it all together. Let it set for 20 minutes, now it’s firm. Whip it and whip it good. I whipped this until it gets fluffy and soft
and pillowy. It’s so smooth once whipped for 10 minutes. it’s going to get really soft and fluffy more air you incorporate into the butter,
the more it stays fluffy, light and smooth, making ti easy to apply when you’re ready
to use it. This is very moisturizing based on the ingredients
I have used and you can also use it for your skin, but I will leave out the Jamaican Black
Castor oil because it is so thick and heavy but it is excellent for winter time if you’re
in a very cold, dry climate. Then I add the whipped homemade shea butter
to my jar with my spatula. And there you have it, my DIY shipped shea
butter mix. If you love this video, please hit subscribe
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8 thoughts on “DIY Whipped Shea Butter for Natural Hair

  1. You can put it in a zip lock bag or any clean plastic bag. Cut the end and squeeze it into your jar. That may make it easier to transfer it to the jar instead if using the spatula.

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