• Ayanna Woods

DIY WHIPPED SHEA BUTTER HAIR CREAM

Updated: Nov 16, 2021


Here to share another DIY hair product. This is my holy grail, I have been using this product ever since I first transition to my natural hair. It all started 5 years ago. Am talking about my DIY Whipped Shea Butter Hair Cream. It is pretty much all I use to moisturize my scalp weekly. And my hair loves it.


So let's dive in, I also have a video on my YouTube Channel to show how I made this hair cream please check it out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqMKYnjlec0&t=23s



What are the benefits of the Shea Butter Hair Cream.


It's super moisturizing your hair will thank you, believe me. It helps grow, soften, and strengthen your hair. All of the ingredients are all-natural and provide a lot of nutrients to your hair. It's your hair food in a jar. It's not greasy or weights down your hair, leaves hair very fluffy, smooth, and soft.


Ingredients that you will need


I used the following ingredients that are very affordable and can also be found in any health food store, drugstore, target, amazon


(Please only use the ingredients that you hair love)

  • Hand mixer

  • Shea Butter

  • Mixing bowl

  • Empty jars

  • Orange oil

  • Eucalyptus oil

  • Geranium oil

  • Lavender oil

  • Shea Butter

  • Coconut oil

  • Castor oil

  • Rosemary oil

  • Olive oil

  • Grapeseed oil

  • Avocado oil

  • Almond oil

  • Vitamin E

  • Tea tree oil

  • Lemon oil

  • Argan oil

  • Jojoba oil

  • Castor oil

  • Red pimento oil

  • Vegetable glycerin

  • Peppermint oil

  • Ylang Ylang oil

  • Orange oil

  • Eucalyptus oil

  • Geranium oil

  • Lavender oil


  • The first thing that you will need to do is place Shea butter in a bowl.

  • Next, add the oils that your hair loves it may sound like a recorded tape, but I will repeat only use what your hair is like.

  • Mix oils and Shea butter using a handheld mixer it's easier and gives a softer, fluffier texture than using a mixing spoon.

  • Then finally transfer the mixture to your container jars.

  • My mixtures last me for an entire year.

Hope you enjoy the DIY.



Thanks for stopping by....Till next post. See ya, Bye!