Brazil and Coconut Hair Butter Whip w/ Castor Oil Ver #8 (Free)

brazil nut coconut hair butter

Brazil and Coconut Hair Butter Whip w/ Castor Oil Ver #8
almost 6oz
(measurements are in volume)

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PHASE A
2 TBSP (1oz) Brazil Nut butter (cosmetics-grade brazil nut butter!)
2 TBSP (1oz) Cupuacu Butter
1 TBSP (0.5oz) Coconut Oil
1 TBSP (0.5oz) Olive oil
1 TBSP (0.5oz)  Castor oil

COOL DOWN
3 TBSP (1.5oz) Caprylic Capric Triglycerides
1 TBSP  (0.5oz)  NatureSilk (optional; sub with another oil if you don’t have)
1tsp (0.17oz)  Olive Squalane (optional)
Few drops of Vitamin E (optional; Vitamin E MT50 is great)
10 drops Rosemary Essential oil
3-6ml of your choice of fragrance (optional)

TBSP = TABLEspoon
tsp = TEAspoon

INSTRUCTIONS

# Technically, you can heat all of these ingredients, EXCEPT your essential oil(s) and fragrance(s)
# Heat PHASE A ingredients just until they’re melted.
# Take off heat and let sit for about 5-10 minutes
# Add COOL DOWN ingredients
# Stick it in the front of the freezer for about 5 to 10 minutes. BE CAREFUL of rapid temperature changes when using glass!
# Use a hand mixer to whip the butter if you want it fluffy. Mix until you’ve reached your desired consistency
# You can also just let it set, like a regular butter without whipping air into it.

MY NOTES

# This is a shea-free version
# My Brazil Nut butter (from camdengrey.com) is a uber soft butter.  It is not as firm as shea butter or Cupuacu butter
# Caprylic Capric Triglyceride will help to cut down on some of that greasy after-feel, but won’t remove it completely.  I was shooting for a butter with a substantial feel.
# Brazil nut butter has a distinct nutty, sweet smell.  Find out what works well with that scent.
# Brazil nut butter is not as firm as shea butter. Keep that in mind.