One of the key elements to maintaining healthy hair is keeping it properly moisturized and strong; yet, so many women – especially my fellow naturalistas – struggle with finding the right products to keep their hair strong, long, and healthy.
Because I have really thick hair that is prone to dryness and shedding, I quickly found out that water and light oils were never going to be enough to keep my hair moisturized and free of breakage, so I opted for something heavy and super moisturizing – shea butter.
I eventually worked all of my favorite oils and fragrances into the shea butter(affiliate link) and created a nice whipped lemon shea butter recipe that helps with moisture, strength, and growth.
Things You’ll Need:
100% Pure and Raw African Shea Butter(affiliate link)
Cold Pressed Coconut Oil
Jamaican Black Castor Oil(affiliate link)
Sweet Almond Oil(affiliate link)
Aloe Vera Gel(affiliate link)
Maca Liquid Extract(affiliate link)
Lemon Essential Oil(affiliate link)
Tight-sealed plastic container or jar