DIY Shea Butter Skincare Course 1-FREE!

Welcome to this DIY skincare course where you'll learn how to shea butter, oils, and essential oils to make all natural skincare for your wellness and beauty!

TIPS before starting the course:

1. Use raw shea butter since it has more nutrients, less contaminants, and is nutritious for your skin and hair. We have some here

2. Melt shea butter low and slow, you can use a candle warmer, double boiler, or if its over 90 degress, just leave it outside for a bit. 90 degrees is the average melting point. 

3. Using beeswax or other vegan substitutes for wax will make your shea butter concoctions thicker and creamier. It really helps the final product stay together if it gets too hot. 

4. Taste your shea butter, does it taste like chemicals or smell bad? Toss it out and buy some from a higher quality source. 

5. Shea butter is thick, but isn't very likely to clog pores. Everyones skin is different but a lot of people enjoy using shea on their face with amazing results. 

6. We only use organic essential oils, NO perfume oils, as these have phalates that cause more damage to the skin. 

Phthalates are a group of chemicals used to make plastics stronger. They're sometimes called plasticizers. Some phthalates are used to help dissolve other materials. Phthalates are in hundreds of products, such as vinyl floors, lubricating oils, and personal-care products (soaps, moisturizers, shampoos, hair sprays, perfume sprays, fragrance oils).

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