Okay sis, look...
You're going to wanna kiss me for this DIY curl cream without shea butter recipe.
It'll have your hair poppin' and YOU looking like Black. Girl. Magic... Periodt!
This bad girl will give you:
Your gorgeous natural hair will LOOK and FEEL AMAZING!
All while locking in your daily hydration application, promoting length retention and growth.
This DIY hair cream without shea butter is good for all hair porosity types and is specially-formulated to work miracles for Type 4 hair moisture regimens.
This moisture Matrix is known as the:
** "Krazy Moisture Kokum Bomb" Daily Moisturizer **
And girrrrl, this DIY natural hair product is gonna give you your whoooole life!
So here's your ingredients list for the Krazy Moisture Kokum Bomb DIY curl cream without Shea butter:
Stick Strictly To This Ingredients Matrix
Now this is very important:
If you want the amazingly beautiful results that this DIY hair cream without Shea butter recipe gives your hair....
...you need to make sure that you use the EXACT ingredient Matrix that we introduce to you...
...If you change any of the ingredients...
...you're literally changing the chemistry of this maximum moisture hair growth solution.
So here's the deal:
If you do change this recipe and get good results, cool sis! High five!
If you “tweak” this moisture recipe and don't get the REAL Kokum Bomb results that the rest of type 4 naturals are getting...
...don't come crying to me about it.
Because the minute that I hear the words:
“the only thing I did different is...”
“I only changed one…”
Imma hit the mute button on your behind, LOL.
Like my mama used to say, "a hard head makes for a soft behind".
And I ain't got time to listen to all that. ha!
Stick to the script...
Follow the directions for this homemade DIY curl cream without Shea butter and get great daily moisture and bomb day 2, day 3 ,day 4, day 5, and everyday hair.
You have a mechanical mixer, right? OK good.
After removing the mixture from your fridge, use your kitchen mixer to thoroughly whip your ingredients together until it's smooth and creamy.
The KMKB Daily Moisturizing DIY curl cream without shea butter will feel light and provide your hair with a ton of hair-saving moisture.
You can whip it to the consistency that you like best, the more you whip it the more light and fluffy it's going to be.
If You’re Mixing By Hand:
If you’re not blessed with a mechanical kitchen mixer, don't worry.
The only difference will be the look and consistency of your Kokum Bomb daily natural hair moisturizer.
After melting everything down and letting it sit in the fridge for a few minutes, just mix/whisk it really good by hand with your favorite kitchen utensil.
You'll get the exact same benefits from this DIY hair cream without shea ingredients Matrix.
This DIY curl cream without shea butter is a DAILY moisturizer, and it's STUPID SIMPLE to use.
How to use:
It's really that simple, your hair will LOVE IT and look amazing!
Additional Uses of Kokum Bomb Daily Moisturizer
You should also use this moisturizing cream on your entire body after bathing as a luxury lotion.
It feels amazing, smooth and moisturizing.
This is a great recipe that works on every hair type and great for all skin types.
So that you can understand the chemistry of this DIY curl cream without shea butter recipe:
I will breakdown and explain the benefits of the individual ingredients in it.
This will familiarize you with how this ingredient Matrix boosts your hair health, heightens your hair's shine, beauty and suppleness...
...all while creating a scalp environment for length retention and increased hair growth.
The Benefits of Kokum Butter for Your Natural Hair
Kokum butter is perfect for this DIY curl cream without shea butter, for scalp treatments and promoting strong roots.
It gives your scalp a nourished and replenished atmosphere that is perfect for promoting hair growth.
Kokum butter is high in essential fatty acids like omega-3 and omega-6 which nourishes your kinks and creates strength in your strands.
It's polyunsaturated fats also contribute to a more balanced "moisture barrier" in your natural hair and promotes superior hair health.
As you probably know:
A healthy natural moisture barrier is absolutely key to helping your hair lock in hydration (A.K.A. water).
Another thing that makes Kokum butter better for your natural hair is that it isn't greasy..
...and doesn't sit on top of your hair.
It absorbs into your natural hair unlike some other hair butters.
The Benefits of Capuacu Butter for Natural Hair
The reason why Capuacu butter works to make your natural hair look amazing is because it is loaded with antioxidants which protects cells of all type against environmental and damage.
Capuacu butter is a natural protectant against harmful UV sun rays.
And it protects the elasticity of your hair and skin because it improves moisture levels, it is also a great anti-inflammatory.
You to build upon your hair health regimen and look deliciously poppin’!
The Benefits of Mango butter for Your Natural Hair
Oh sweet mango!
Mango butter makes sure your natural hair looks soft and moist because it's packed with growth-promoting nutrients and vitamins Like A and E.
Mango butter also has natural antioxidants which slow the breakdown of your hair tissues.
On top of that:
Magnificent Mango butter is packed with essential fatty acids that make your hair look luscious.
Imma tell you STRAIGHT UP:
Either use FRACTIONATED coconut oil or leave coconut oil out of this recipe all-together.
If you use normal coconut oil (unrefined, extra virgin, cold-pressed, blah, blah, blah)
Your mixture is NOT "Kokum Bomb compliant".
You got something completely different, outside of our ingredient Matrix.
This has fractionated coconut oil because a lot of type 3 and 4 naturals...
...especially those with low porosity hair, have a problem with dryness when using coconut oil.
It even causes some low porosity girls to think they are protein sensitive when they aren't.
There's a reason for that:
It’s because of the long chain fatty acids in virgin coconut oil that turns solid at colder temperatures.
That is the reason why a lot of times coconut oil can make natural hair feel crunchy and dry,
We got tricked y'all:
So many natural hair YouTubers told us that the Holy Grail of all coconut oils was:
Get this and the gaaaawds of natural hair would rain down blessings upon our Kinks and curls!
Dat's a bumpy-faced LIE!
(At least for some of us)
Fractionated coconut oil is a whole different story:
Fractionated coconut oil for natural hair is able to penetrate your hair strands much better than virgin coconut oil, especially for low porosity hair Naturals.
And here's why:
Those same long-chain triglycerides that you see getting stiff and firm inside the bottle at room temperature or slightly below.
Also known as...
The CULPRIT of crunchiness.
Is fractionated OUT of your coconut oil.
Those problematic fatty acid types are removed from the virgin coconut oil through a process of steam distillation.
This gives you:
Fractionated coconut oil that becomes odorless and colorless and stays in liquid form even in colder temperatures.
This oil is usually more expensive than the regular coconut oil but is more beneficial to your low porosity natural hair.
If you like using rice water rinses to fight frizziness, you might want to add fractioned coconut oil to your regimen as well, because...
...it also helps reduce frizz and gives you all the benefits extra virgin coconut oil.
Now you see...
...why I said:
DON’T CHANGE NOTHIN’ IN THIS specially-formulated ingredient Matrix?
(BTW...If you want a curling cream without coconut, I got you! I'm working on it. I don't wanna give it to you before it's PERFECT, though...)
Benefits of Avocado Oil for Your Natural Hair
Every oil is made of smaller "oil components" (molecule types), and in each oil they are present (or not) in varying amounts.
And it's no secret:
That natural hair of all types often responds extremely well to raw Avocado oil.
Avocado oil is one of the oils that truly penetrates your hair beyond the cuticles.
It also lubricates your hair and has a different chemical composition than coconut oil and olive oil..
Raw Avocado oil has a good mix of extremely nourishing components for your hair.
The Benefits of Rosemary Oil for Your Natural Hair
Not only does rosemary essential oil smell minty, woodsy and delicious...
... it's phenomenal for stimulating hair growth and blood flow into your scalp.
The Benefits of Lavender Oil for Your Natural Hair
Lavender smells absolutely delicious and is incredibly nourishing as well.
Lavender is great for preventing dandruff, it's good for fighting against hair loss and helps tremendously at helping to balance your natural sebum production.
The Benefits of Cedarwood oil for Your Natural Hair
Cedarwood is antiseptic and antibacterial.
Its anti-inflammatory properties helps with fighting dandruff, it's great for your skin and excellent for eliminating itchiness on your scalp.
The Benefits of Tea Tree Oil for Natural Hair
If you are plagued with dry or itchy scalp, Tea Tree Essential Oil is a solution worth trying.
It is a great natural alternative for treating scalp problems.
100% PURE Tea Tree Oil is a pure essential oil with antiseptic, antibiotic and antifungal properties that promotes hair growth, soothes and stimulate shair follicles and removes build up from the scalp.
The Benefits of Vitamin E for Natural Hair
Vitamin E has anti-inflammatory properties which can counter scalp skin irritations.
What’s more, it forms a protective layer over the scalp skin and keeps it hydrated.
Moreover, since Vitamin E is fat-soluble, it can penetrate deep into the skin and heal scalp infections.
This Krazy Moisture Kokum Bomb homemade DIY curl cream without Shea butter works well in dry, arid and humid weather conditions.
It matches up well with even best name-brand curl activator for 4c natural hair.
It is an absolute winner at locking in your hair's hydration levels much longer than normal.
Helping your hair look fresher and great until your next wash day.
Please refrigerate this after making.
It lasts up to 2 months or more when refrigerated.
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