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20-21 Oil Grease Butter Lotion Creme Pomade Challenge

water_n_oil

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Here are some of the ingredients in Yadain's JBCO Butter: Neem, Biotin, Olive Butter, JBCO, Seaweed, Honey Powder, Vanilla Root, Aloe Paste, Flaxseed, Goat's Milk, Raw Honey, Almond Butter, Shea Oil, Hibiscus, Basil, Crushed Cloves, 5 Berries, Calendula plant, Amla, Burdock Root
Girl I did not ask for this temptation...omg it sounds so good. :hide:
 

Neomorph

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Here are some of the ingredients in Yadain's JBCO Butter: Neem, Biotin, Olive Butter, JBCO, Seaweed, Honey Powder, Vanilla Root, Aloe Paste, Flaxseed, Goat's Milk, Raw Honey, Almond Butter, Shea Oil, Hibiscus, Basil, Crushed Cloves, 5 Berries, Calendula plant, Amla, Burdock Root
Ooh, that sounds super nice and I love how it uses a different base than the typical shea butter/coconut oil/glycerin/aloe vera mix that many online vendors use. I just bought some NJoi Creation Herbal Hairdressing though, so I want to try that out first.
 

Neomorph

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Argan oil this morning, Sunny Isle Lavender JBCO Butter this evening

My babassu oil came in today so I'll be testing it out over the next couple of weeks! I just can't wait until the NjoiCreationS Herbal Hairdressing is finally delivered!
 

Neomorph

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Used Argan Oil this morning, and Babassu Oil this evening. I'm excited to see how the babassu oil fares in my hair since it's supposed to work well for people who can't tolerate straight coconut oil (like me).
 

Neomorph

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Used a mix of Argan Oil and Babassu Oil on my hair today!

The babassu oil has been really nice for my hair. Light scent, doesn't break me out in acne, doesn't make my hair crispy like coconut oil. Plus I've been noticing less breakage with it when taking down my hair and retwisiting. Only con is that it's just too light to be used on it's own for everyday use...which is definitely not the worst con ever. I'm going to mix it with some of my JBCO butter and see how that works with my hair.
 

Everything Zen

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I’m taking a break from commercial products due to the expense with so little you get in each container and the drama behind some of these brands and went back to my roots with avocado and hemp seed butter as staples especially in this pandemic. I’m going back to simpler times/methods. Each one pound jars will last well into next year as I only need a tsp between the two for each application and for fifty bucks- my natural hair has never been and never stayed moisturized. I’ll slowly build on this as I use up my Mielle line and make my own natural products. Next up is some JBCO fortified with rosemary oil. My ultimate goal is for my hair products to be cross functional as body butters/cleansers and/or in my kitchen- thus promoting minimalism.
 

water_n_oil

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I’m taking a break from commercial products due to the expense with so little you get in each container and the drama behind some of these brands and went back to my roots with avocado and hemp seed butter as staples especially in this pandemic. I’m going back to simpler times/methods. Each one pound jars will last well into next year as I only need a tsp between the two for each application and for fifty bucks- my natural hair has never been and never stayed moisturized. I’ll slowly build on this as I use up my Mielle line and make my own natural products. Next up is some JBCO fortified with rosemary oil. My ultimate goal is for my hair products to be cross functional as body butters/cleansers and/or in my kitchen- thus promoting minimalism.

Totally with you there. I found my old black soap recipe (which I used for hair, face, and body) so I'll be making that once we finish up our current cleansers. I'll likely have a shampoo bar as backup. Been using my shea for myself and coconut oil for my girls. Only thing I'm on the fence about is deep conditioner every once in a while. Where do you get your butters?
 

Everything Zen

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Totally with you there. I found my old black soap recipe (which I used for hair, face, and body) so I'll be making that once we finish up our current cleansers. I'll likely have a shampoo bar as backup. Been using my shea for myself and coconut oil for my girls. Only thing I'm on the fence about is deep conditioner every once in a while. Where do you get your butters?
www. Essentialwholesale.com

my go to used to be From Nature With Love but they stopped carrying the Hemp Seed Butter back in the day and then I did a BC back in 2010 and was unable to really finance this until recently and honestly forgot all about with everything else going on.

It’s interesting how different groups supply chains change without explanation.
 
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