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Cocoa Butter Hair Cream

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Hey, Hey!! It has been awhile. I’ve been busy.. being a mom..wife..doggy mom. You know all those big adult duties, that somehow I forgot I’m also a blogger. Thanks to my memory, I’m back with a new post. ūüôā

Today I want to share my latest concoction with the main ingredient Cocoa butter not Shea butter. :-O SAY WAAAAT! So excited to try something new. Here we go!


  • stainless steal bowl
  • wooden spoon
  • pot of boiling water
  • 1 cup Cocoa butter
  • 3 tbs Shea Butter
  • 2 tsb Kokum Butter
  • EVOO
  • avocado oil
  • almond oil
  • jojoba oil
  • vitamin e
  • Jasmine essential oil
  • Coconut cream essential oil (optional)
  1. Boil water
  2. In a separate stainless steel bowl, place; all the butter in

Once the water is boiled place the stainless steel bowl in the hot water. (you can turn the heat of, so the water doesn’t pop.

3. Once the butters have melted add the oils

4. Stir. Stir. Stir

5. Let the butter sit until solid.


Once solid, use it for the hair and/skin skin.

Benefits of Cocoa Butter for hair and skin? Much like coconut oil, cocoa butter has healing and softening properties that will make your hair healthy and shiny.

Hope you enjoyed my post!

Postpartum Shedding Q&A

Hey chica’s, I’ve been getting a to of questions asking if I have experienced any extreme hair loss after giving birth. So I thought I would make a post about Postpartum Shedding.

What is Postpartum Shedding?

Hair loss after pregnancy is the sudden shedding (sometimes in clumps) that many new mothers experience between three and six months after they give birth.

This is a temporary phase. In the normal cycle of hair growth, some hair is lost every day. But during pregnancy the increased levels of estrogen in your body freezes hair in the growing (or “resting”) phase of the cycle. Hair that would normally fall out stays put, resulting in thicker hair.

My experience has been pretty good. I won’t say normal because a lot of what I read about on ¬†Postpartum shedding has been mix¬†opinions¬†

During my pregnancy, my hair did not shed at all. My hair was super manageable. For example: if I had a single strand knot, I could untangle the knot with no problem. WHOA! 

Currently my hair has been the same as before my pregnancy. My routine hasn’t changed much.

  • I still henna once a month, (sleep in my henna overnight)
  • ACV and Aloe Vera juice rinse after henna

I haven’t been doing any twist outs, lately. I don’t have much time on my hands. LOL So mini twist have been my best friend.¬†



Am I breastfeeding?

Yes! I am fully breastfeeding.

Has breastfeeding changed your hair?

Not sure. Could breastfeeding be helping minimizing my hair shed? Maybe. I’ve researched breastfeeding and postpartum hair loss, and read mix reviews.

What do you suggested to help reduce postpartum shedding?

  • Avoid using a brush or comb that pulls or stresses the hair.
  • A good quality hair cleansers¬†may help.
  • protective styling
  • Continue take your prenatal vitamins



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Shea Moisture Mongongo & Hemp Seed High Porosity Moisture Seal Styling Gel



Hola Chica’s, hope all is well!¬†

I want start by screaming.. SPRING IS AROUND THE CORNER! WOOT WOOT!!! Although spring can sometimes be a pain on the hair. I think..HOPE I found a product that will keep my hair styles in tact. My latest hair product discovery is by Shea Moisture. I know, I know, I vow never to trying another thing from Shea Moisture, because in the past I’ve had some pretty bad luck with them. But some things change. My hair has changed. I’m not sure if its due to age or pregnancy, but my hair has gotten thicker, and doesn’t hold a style for more then a 3 hours, sometimes less. The Bantu Knots have been my saving grace.

In my¬†last post I styled with a gel product from Aveda:¬† ¬†¬†It’s a good product, just a bit expensive for me. I looked into making my own gel, but right now with a 6 week old baby.. it ain’t likely. So coming across the Shea Moisture gel was awesome. I bought this product in a Walgreens it runs between $8-10.¬†

Here’s what you need to know.

What’s in it?

Water, MaltodextrinNP Copolymer, Glycerin (Vegetable), Dehydroxanthan Gum, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter**, Cannabis Sativa (Hemp) Seed Oil, Adansonia Digitata Seed Oil, Schinziophyton Rautanenii Kernel Oil, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil, Hydrolyzed Adansonia Digitata Seed Extract, Tocopherol, Methylcellulose, Citric Acid, Vinegar, Pullulan, Panthenol, Chondrus Crispus Extract, Fragrance (Essential Oil Blend), Caprylhydroxamic Acid, Caprylyl Glycol.


Defines perfect curls and coils while sealing cuticles to block humidity and frizz. Delivers soft hold and healthy shine. Enriched with ultra-hydrating Mongongo and Hemp Seed Oils together with certified organic Shea Butter and fortifying Baobab Protein to strengthen damaged or highly porous hair. Irish Moss helps condition hair and enhance shine.

How to use it?

Squeeze a small amount into hands, and apply to damp hair, paying special attention to ends. Air dry or blow dry as usual.

I use this product on damp hair. Although you may not have to depending on the style. For better results I prefer damping my hair with Rosewater, adding a little bit of vitamin e oil on my hair, then applying the gel. 

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I actually prefer this gel over Aveda’s. Not only does the Mongongo & Hemp gel hold my style,¬†my¬†hair is left soft, shiny and so bouncy. The scent is very light, but has a soft sweet flower like smell. Its not overpowering.¬†This might be my go-to product. I will keep you all updated.¬†

Please leave me questions/comments below.


Thanks for visiting again! Mwah!