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DIY Homemade Whipped Shea Butter Cream

Hi there,
 This weekend I was busy whipping up a favourite staple of mine -Whipped Shea butter cream. I use it as a sealant and I LOVE it so much because it L.O.C.K.S the moisture in. I'm talking about 3 to 4 days of soft well moisturised hair and for me that's awesome. Basically it involves whipping up Shea butter, one or more oils, Aloe Vera Gel  (or not) and whatever else takes your hair's fancy to create a super creamy heavy duty sealant. Here's my version :

Shea butter
Aloe Vera Gel
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Fragrance ( I used sweet pea body fantasy)

Olive Oil, Aloe Vera Gel, Fragrance, Glycerine &Shea butter 
I whip the Shea butter first to loosen it up
Then I add the Olive oil, Aloe Vera gel, Glycerine and Fragrance

I whip it all up

All done... looks so yummy doesn't it?


 You may have noticed that I used a food processor rather than a hand mixer to do the whipping. I don't have a hand mixer so I improvised with the food processor and it works really well. Also since I do not have any essential oils I used a body spray as my fragrance and although I love the sweet pea scent its recommended that you use an essential oil to add fragrance.

So there you have it, my whipped shea butter cream. It has changed the face of my healthy hair journey for the better and I love it!



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