After trying this whipped mango and shea butter recipe on my hair, I knew that I don’t have to worry about dry hair as the days are getting much colder now. I thought about an easy way to protect my hair from dryness that the winter can cause. I did not want to wait till my hair looks brittle and dull. I know that there are a lot of hair products out there that promise us to prevent dryness and much more. Natural hair care can be very expensive nowadays especially if you are new on your natural hair journey. But I have learned to save a lot of money. How? Click here to read how I save money on natural hair products. You can start today by mixing your own products. Here is a whipped mango and shea butter recipe which will make your life easier this winter.
Whipped Mango and Shea Butter Recipe for Dry Hair
- 150 gr of mango butter
- 2 tablespoon of shea butter
- 1 tablespoon of coconut oil
- 1 tablespoon sweet almond oil
- 1 teaspoon of jojoba oil
- 1 tablespoon castor oil
You can use any oils you desire. There is no wrong or right. Break both butters into small pieces and place them in a bowl. I use a fork to do that. Boil a pot of water and place your bowl with the mango and shea butter inside the pot to create a double boiler.
Melt the butters but don’t let it boil. Use a hand mixer and whip the mango and shea butter until it is fluffy. Add in the remaining ingredients and mix thoroughly with the hand mixer until it gets a creamy consistency. Put your whipped mango and shea butter mixture into a container and volià. You won’t smell the mango as the butter has been extracted from the kernels of the mango.
Last but not least, if you have difficulties finding mango butter. You can get raw mango butter via Butters-N-Bars. They are based in Pennsylvania (USA). If you are from Germany, you can buy it here and if you are based in the UK you can get it here. If this recipe is not the right one for you, try the whipped shea butter recipe. And if you are wondering why, here are the benefits of raw shea butter.
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[…] filled with water, oil, 2 drops of vitamin e and a bit of my leave in conditioner. I also use my DIY mango and shea butter creme to seal in the moisture or an oil. After moisturizing my hair I put it in a protective hairstyle […]
my hair is quite greasy. I would love to read an article about that here!