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Ultra-nourishing whipped cream for skin and hair

Dry skin Dry hair REC674
Uses
Hair
Preparation
10 min
Conservation
1 month

If you love its light, flavourful texture, here's a new recipe for raw shea butter whipped cream with coconut oil, sweet almond and baobab, with a delicious countryside fragrance. Ideal for dry skin!

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Step-by-Step

  1. Weigh and blend the raw shea butter and coconut oil with a mixer.

  2. Once everything is smooth and white, add the sweet almond and baobab oils.

  3. Mix with a mixer, then add the fragrance douceur des champs and mix again.

  4. Transfer the preparation into a clean container.

  5. Your ultra-nourishing homemade chantilly is ready.

How to use this product

Apply a small amount of whipped cream to dry skin. Use circular movements to massage the product into the skin. You can use this recipe several times a day. You can also use it on your hair as an oil soak, or on dry tips on a daily basis.

A closer look at the ingredients

Shea butter protects and repairs the skin and hair

Coconut oil nourishes, illuminates, and softens the hair and skin.

Baobab oil is extra nourishing and fights dry skin. Suitable for dry, frizzy hair.

Sweet almond oil is renowned for its softening action on dry, delicate skin.

The Countryside fragrance is natural, with a soothing, delicate quality thanks to its warm notes of hazelnut and oat.

Precautions & Warnings

Keep out of reach of children. Do not use pure fragrances. It is advisable to test your fragrance recipe in the crook of the elbow or on a small area 24 hours before application to limit any reactions.

Allergen: Benzyl Alcohol, Benzyl Benzoate, Benzyl Salicylate, Coumarin, Linalool

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