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Recipe courtesy of LolaZabeth.com’s For The Mixtresses!
Coconite Cassia Bars
5 oz bentonite clay powder; draws out toxins, dirt, product construct-up, and improves combability, defines curls.
2 oz unrefined cocoa butter; hydrating and excessive in vitamin E with emollient (smoothing) properties.
2 oz extra virgin olive oil; penetrates the strands increasing energy and elasticity.
1 oz pure cocoa powder; antioxidants protect in opposition to free radicals.
2 tbs cassia obovata (sometimes referred to as impartial henna); conditions scalp and thickens the strands.
Melt cocoa butter using a double boiler, or improvised double boiler technique.
Pour melted cocoa butter into bowl (non-metallic), and mix with remaining ingredients.
Combine totally with a spoon (non-metallic).
Pour mixture into tart or dessert mold (non-metallic).
Place in freezer to set for 2 hours.
Yields eight neon wigs 1/2 oz Coconite Cassia Bars (using the mold proven under). This is enough for shorter hair, but for hair that is shoulder length and longer, you may need to at least double the recipe.
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Whereas this recipe is great I’d change a few things.
1. I wouldn’t use cocoa butter, as a consequence of it being a sealant. It doesn’t (or atleast there is not proof of it doing so) absorb into the hair. When doing a deep treatment you want the remedy to go “deep”, so that you need to solely use components that neon wigs will be absorbed into the hair. I’d swap it with coconut oil, avocado butter or even simply freeze it with some coconut water and pop them out of the freezer when prepared to use.