Mattie Smith: When buying products for Natural Hair the first ingredient should always be distilled water, oils,etc. I make mine own but I don't call it a whip shea butter but a Hair Moisturizing Lotion in a bottle to make it easy to apply to the hair.
ExcelAndBeExcellent: Hi Harmony I really love your vids. Will you be coming back soon?
JoiDior: The Big Mac sauce is generic thousand island dressing. Secret's out. Lol...sorry, had to do it.
FreeWorshipFreeWors: Gladys if this was not a business for me I would gladly share my formula. I did my research and through much trail, error and expense, I came up with a wonderful formula. McDonald does not share its Big Mac sauce with Burger King and other fast food restaurants. KFC does not share the secrets spices that it puts on its chicken with Popeye's Fried Chicken. In regard to business, there is a balance that must be respected when it comes to sharing information.
Gladys Foster: If everyone did not share their methods, we'll still all be in the dark age.
Thumb up for people that share, the ones that don't stagnate!!!!
kittrin: This has really helped me! I came back to your site just to watch this video because I've been making my own moisturizers. thank you so much for this information! Research is important!
Beautygurl: Its not recommend to put on your face as it may clog your pores .
RyNea Soul: Awesome info
HOPROPHETA: GENIUS idea and observation! I use distilled water in my mix, along with tea tree oil and aloe vera gel that has a preservative. It is GREAT for hair and skin, I cannot find a store brand that even comes close to good old shea butter! Thanks for sharing.
FreeWorshipFreeWors: Hi! I don't share my mixing method as this is the formula for my business. If you do some online research I'm sure you'll find the answers to your questions. Thanks for watching my videos.
FreeWorshipFreeWors: Hi! If you do an online search, I'm sure you will generate some resources. ;0)
FreeWorshipFreeWors: Hi! I don't think it's ruined. Just use distilled water next time. ;0)
Secret13792: Hey, i'm so dumb I accidentally put tap water into my mix, I forgot that I was supposed to use bottle water. Do you think it is ruined? Should I just chuck it out? By the way, I use mine for my body.
cpitam: Does anyone know where to buy coconut emulsifier and optiphen preservative?
cpitam: How do you use the emulsifying wax? Do you melt it first and add it in? And then do you add it in? Thanks.
cpitam: Thank you for the video. Where do you buy your emulsifying wax?
naturallady1: thanks for this information, I always wonder why hair still always felt dry after applying. Maybe I will try adding a little water to mine.
FreeWorshipFreeWors: Hi! It can be distilled, deionized, or bottle water. I would not use tap water in my hair products.
kekedj214: does it have to be distilled water?
jymmidean22: Distilled or deionized water leaches ions from from everything. That is why water is the universal solvent.
NaturallySophisticated: I wonder if adding glycerine and/ or aloe vera juice to the shae butter will work better? or mixing all three. i am going to try that
imacdiva: I was just searching to see if any one else added water to shea butter. I'd started doing it because I didn't really care for the feel of shea butter on my hair while it was dry but recognized it worked while it was wet. So I whipped it with water and love it. I find adding rosemary EO or vitamin E are good for preserving the mixture.
Tysh2006: u go girl i like i like
Kay Dee: First of all that top is beautiful on you!! I was wondering why distilled water as opposed to regular water?
scoprios: Try adding Aloe Vera gel and olive oil....whoa a lot of moisture..
mjeol: For a preservative, has anyone ever tried potassium sorbate? A couple of folk who make their own stuff have recommended it to me. I'm all nervous about preservatives but I want to keep my stuff for longer than a few days. (I don't sell anything, just wanting to save some money and improve the quality of my hair/skin). "Vitamin E T-50" was also recommended
Keisha Charmaine: hmm.. makes sense. thanks for this video
FreeWorshipFreeWors: Hi...no if they mix it right...it will moisturize both wet and dry hair.
layah2sexc: will people have to use a sealant over their whipped shea butter when they make it into a moisturizer???
DeeJ085: I did not know that without the water, shea butter wasn't really moisturizing. I just made my first batch of whipped shea butter yesterday and applied it to my hair, so now that I know it needs water, i will remix it up. Thanks:)
FreeWorshipFreeWors: lol...I'm not a beauty supply store...check out the profile section of my page for order details. ;0)
til0tifii: Hi...why don't u sell the infusuum23 too. and how much is international shipping? I am in KSA.
Thanks. Love ur vids !!!!
mommyanme: This is so true. I also use my shea butter on my whole body, but I do not towel off first. I am still wet and the shea kida acts as my "towel", plus I moisturize my hands a lot and if I try to use just shea butter, I go crazy, I have to add a few drops of water and smooth it on otherwise I feel so "dry".
FreeWorshipFreeWors: you only need to add a few drops to an 8oz mixture....;0)
Abeba82: No problem....Thank you very much...Should I eye ball the optiphen in the shea butter mix because I plan on making an 8 oz mixture?
FreeWorshipFreeWors: sorry for the delay in getting back to you...I sent you an email. ;0)
Abeba82: What web site are you purchasing your coconut emulsifier and optiphen preservative?
heavenwardbound: your a genius! Thanks!!
ajenine692003: thanks for responding so quickly. I wil try that and see how my shea comes out. Keep your tutorials coming, they're very informative.
FreeWorshipFreeWors: I mix mine in large quantities since I sell it. It's all in trail and error...add a cup of water then mix. You want your shea to have the cool whip consistency. Don't forget about the emulsifier and the preservative...I've listed where to buy these in the description box under the video.
ajenine692003: how much water do you add to your shea.
FreeWorshipFreeWors: Use a pomade...KCC and Oyin sells them.
TheBaroness65: The biggest problem for me are my edges they always seem dry. Any suggestions?
FreeWorshipFreeWors: @ellexoelle Hi see below...or review the information in the "Description" box of this video. ;0)
FreeWorshipFreeWors: Hey Soul! Thanks so much for your kind words.
I use a coconut emulsifier and optiphen as the preservative...I'll email you the websites on where to purchase.
FreeWorshipFreeWors: Great! You will have to add.an emulsifier (will help the oil and water mix) and a preservative (optiphen) so you won't have a mold situation on your hands.
FreeWorshipFreeWors: Hi it really depens on how much you are mixing...you can add 4 tablespoons to an 8oz...just make sure you add and emulsifier (will help the oil and water mix) and preservative so you won't have a mold situation on your hands.
FreeWorshipFreeWors: Hi Dark! They are $5 and $10...contact me at the email listed in the Description box of this video. :0)
FreeWorshipFreeWors: Hi no girl....;0)
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