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My homemade regime?

So, I’m going the homemade way. I recently made:
- A batch of the wonderful FSG
- Some Jojoba Jelly (Aloe Vera straight from the plant, Jojoba Oil and Vegetable Glycerin)
- A batch of whipped Shea & Cocoa Butter with Jojoba and Coconut Oil, which turned out beautiful, just a little too heavy, not as “fluffy” as I was expecting (even though I whipped and whipped and whipped with my hand mixer for minutes and minutes...) but that’s all right.

Now here is where I’m stuck: How am I supposed to apply these products? All together? Only one at a time? A combination of two? Should I just try different combinations untill I find whay my hair likes?
I have medium 3b, medium to high porosity, and very dry.
How are all of you using this GREAT homemade concoctions? Any suggestions?
Thanks A LOT!

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  • JorgelinaJorgelina Posts: 169Registered Users
    Hi there! just a question, if you are still in Argentina, where do you get shea butter from?
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  • FronomenalFronomenal Posts: 712Registered Users
    You could use the Jojoba Gelly as a leave in conditioner, the FSG as a gel/styler and the shea putter mix as a end sealant or pomade.
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    Moisturizer: As I Am DoubleButter Cream Rich Daily Moisturizer
    Oils/Butters: Coconut Oil & Castor Oil
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