How to Whip Shea Butter for Smooth and Silky Hair (2022)

When it comes to our beauty philosophy—and life philosophy, for that matter—we believe in keeping it simple. That can include everything from makeup techniques to nail designs to fitness routines—even the number of products we keep in our beauty arsenal. Of course, as beauty editors, we have a tendency to accumulate more and more products (only to distress about the lack of storage space thereafter). However, we've discovered that there's a way to do more without necessarily having more: Using versatile beauty ingredients like shea butter.

Chances are shea butter has made an appearance in your skincare routine at one time or another but have you ever considered using it for your hair? Its strength lies in its moisturizing properties for both skin and hair. To learn more about the latter, we tapped experts Robin Groover, Stacy Chimento, and Shab Reslan.

Meet the Expert

  • Robin Grooveris the founder of Atlanta-based Too Groovy Salon and anAfrican Pride brand educator.
  • Dr. Stacy Chimentois a board-certified Miami dermatologist at Riverchase Dermatology.
  • Shab Reslan is a HairClub hair health expert and trichologist.

Keep reading to see what they have to say about the benefits of using shea butter for hair.

What Is Shea Butter?

Shea butter is a fat derived from the nuts of the shea tree, native to Africa. Thanks to its hydrating properties, it is a popular ingredient in skincare and haircare products.

Shea Butter for Hair

  • Type of ingredient: Hydrator
  • Main benefits: Moisturizes, softens, and protects hair
  • Who should use it: Those with thick, coarse, dry, and/or damaged hair
  • How often can you use it: Weekly
  • Works well with: Other hair oils
  • Don’t use with:There are no ingredients known to interfere with shea butter.

Benefits of Shea Butter for Hair

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If you've never used shea butter on your hair before, let's just say you're missing out. The nourishing ingredient pulls out all the stops for improving hair and scalp health. That includes both reversing damage done to once-upon-a-time-healthy strands and also helping to prevent said damage from happening in the first place. Here's how:

  • Moisturizes: "My favorite benefits are the sealing properties, added moisture, and softening for hydrated, easy styling," says Groover. Reslan agrees: For reducing friction and locking in moisture in your hair, shea oil is an ideal derivative of the shea tree nut as it provides better coverage on the hair and is more lightweight."
  • Revitalizes: Dull, dry hair got you down? Reach for some shea butter. "Since shea butter is filled with vitamins A and E and essential fatty acids, it can reduce dryness and prevent split ends while increasing shine and lessening frizz," comments Chimento.
  • Reduces inflammation and irritation: If you're dealing with scalp irritation, Groover says the nourishing benefits of shea butter can reduce inflammation and irritation on the scalp—without clogging pores, notes Chimento. "Its antioxidant properties can protect the scalp from sun damage and fight dandruff," she adds.
  • Protects: We know we need to shield our skin from environmental damage, but the same goes for our hair and scalp. And according to Groover, shea butter can protect hair follicles from environmental toxins and sun damage.
  • May promote hair growth: "A healthy, build-up free and moisturized scalp is the first step to healthy hair growth," Reslan tells us. "The strength in shea butter lies in its ability to balance and hydrate the scalp. There are studies that show shea oil may have antibacterial properties which are ideal for maintaining a healthy scalp free of fungus or bacterial build-up. It also contains linoleic acid which helps calm down inflammation found in hair follicles and on the scalp."

Hair Type Considerations

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Shea butter is ace as a styling and conditioning product for most—but not all—hair types and textures. "If your hair is too thin, shea butter can weigh it down if you use too much," says Chimento. In general, those with medium-to-coarse hair that is prone to frizz and dryness would reap the most benefits from using it. "Shea butter is good for natural hair," says Groover. For styling, she advises, "Consider the hair density, porosity, and texture to determine the amount of butter needed."

If you're dealing with scalp irritation, try oiling your scalp with shea butter a couple of days before your wash day as a pre-poo.

How to Use Shea Butter for Hair

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More often than not, when using shea butter on your hair, less is more. Sure, that theory might sound easy enough but when put in practice, challenges may arise. "It’s easy to overuse hair products that contain shea butter, as it does not spread as easily as an oil would," notes Chimento. Apart from not overdoing it, she also recommends performing a patch test with shea butter first to see whether it's right for you.If all looks good, then the doors are open to adding it to your hair care routine:

  • Buy a shea-butter styling product: To protect hair from breakage and trap in moisture, Reslan suggests shopping for a styling product formulated with shea butter (FYI: Her picks can be found further below).
  • Combine it with other products: Looking for a customized hair treatment without a lot of effort? Then simply add shea butter to one of your conditioning products. "Shea butter mixed in conditioners and masks smooth the hair, eliminating frizz, tangles, and dullness," says Groover.
  • Use it as a hair mask: For a quick, easy, and mess-free, application method, Reslan tells us, "Shea butter can be used as a weekly hair mask in the shower to be rinsed out." Chimento agrees, adding that you should wash it out using a mild shampoo. She advises, "When using shea butter, you should make sure to wash your hair with products that can help deep clean your scalp, rather than sulfate-free co-washes to avoid build-up."
  • Whip it: In its natural form, shea butter is a bit firm; however, whipping it makes it easier to get out of the container and apply to the hair. You can mix whipped shea butter with a number of carrier ingredients like coconut oil to keep it from re-hardening. Once whipped, you'll have a fluffy, ultra-moisturizing natural product that will give your hair a healthy sheen. Below, Groover shares her step-by-step guide on DIYing whipped shea butter.It's a variation of the double-boiler method (perfect for those of us who don't own double-boilers!).

Ingredients:

  • 2 oz. shea butter
  • 1 tbsp. coconut oil

Directions:

  1. Scoop out shea butter from its jar or container and place it in a glass or metal bowl.
  2. Place a small amount of water in a pot and boil it. Once it's boiling, remove from heat and place the bowl of shea butter over the pot. It will melt very quickly, which is why you need to remove the pot from the heat. Alternatively, you can also microwave shea butter in a microwave-safe bowl, but you may lose some of the nutrients this way.
  3. Remove the bowl from the pot and add coconut oil to the melted shea butter. Mix well. (Note: It's fine if the shea butter isn't melted into a complete liquid. The whipping process will break down any chunks of butter).
  4. Use a regular hand-held mixer to begin whipping your shea butter/coconut oil combination on medium-to-fast speed for approximately 20 minutes (You can take short breaks between mixing if needed).
  5. After about 20 minutes of whipping (if you have a large amount of shea butter, it will take longer), your mixture should be light, fluffy and thick, almost meringue-like. Store your shea butter in a cool, dark place in a glass or plastic container; the refrigerator is not recommended because it may become grainy. Natural shea butter mixed with coconut oil or jojoba oil may last approximately six months to one year.

Whipping shea butter will increase the volume by two to three times, so having a container on hand to hold all of it is essential.

The Best Products With Shea Butter

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Best Overall

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SheaMoistureManuka Honey & Yogurt Hydrate + Repair Protein-Strong Treatment$12.00

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It only seems appropriate that we kick off our shea butter product list with none other than shea butter powerhouse, SheaMoisture. The brand's shea butter-centric product formulations—including this nutrient-rich hair mask—are handcrafted by women in Africa and feature the nourishing fat in its pure raw state.

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Best Oil

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The InkeyShea Oil Nourishing Hair Treatment$23.00

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If you haven't jumped on the hair oil bandwagon yet, what are you waiting for This shea oil with jojoba oil mixed in is one of Reslan's faves—especially for fine-haired friends. "When it comes to oily and/or thin hair, shea butter can be heavy and make your hair greasier or flat," says Chimento. "If you have a looser hair texture, you should consider using shea oil in small portions rather than butter."

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Best Detangler

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CantuShea Butter Coil Calm Detangler$5.00

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Made with 100% pure shea butter, this detangler is our go-to product for taking aim at knots. Application is a breeze and the results are fabulous: lustrous locks that you can run your fingers through. Honestly, what more could you want?

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Best Celeb-Endorsed

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HersHydrating Rapid Repair Hair Mask$17.00

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Not only is this nourishing hair mask a beast at repairing damaged tresses but it's also Jennifer Lopez-approved (need we say more?). Formulated with a blend of oils and butters, you can use it as a mask or replace it with your conditioner. It combats frizz, enhances shine, and will more likely than not, turn you into a hair narcissist.

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Best Conditioner

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John MastersRepair Conditioner$29.00

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Reslan recommends this deep conditioner for color-treated, dry, and/or damaged hair that could use some revitalizing. Organic ingredients like honey hibiscus flower extract, aloe, and (duh) shea butter are the driving force behind its benefits: intense moisturization and protection. Sure, it's a bit pricey but we think it pays off—in the form of guaranteed head turns, at least.

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Best Shampoo

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Rare ElementsPure Shampoo$38.00

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Feeling luxurious? Beverly Hills-based brand Rare Elements will put the "chic" back into your hair care routine. Reslan recommends this shampoo of theirs for its nutrient-rich formula of oils and butters that cleanses and moisturizes. It's safe for all hair types, too: virgin, color-treated, and even chemically processed.

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Best Co-Wash

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RahuaVoluminous Conditioner$38.00

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Reslan says this conditioner (perfect for co-washing) is a gamechanger for sad, stringy strands. And with its laundry list of organic plant-derived ingredients—shea butter, green tea, lavender, and rahua oil (aka what Amazonian women use to strengthen their hair)— it's not hard to see why.

FAQ

  • Is shea butter good for a dry scalp?

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    "Shea butter is good for a flaky and irritated scalp, as its anti-inflammatory properties reduce dryness and treat potential scalp damage. This will add moisture and shine to your hair, especially if your hair is more coarse, dry, and even frizzy," explains Chimento.

  • Can shea butter clog hair follicles?

    "If you use too much, shea butter can potentially clog your hair follicles, as it is a heavy product," says Chimento. "However, for the most part, it doesn’t clog hair follicles and allows for hair growth to thrive."

  • Should I use shea butter if I have an oily scalp?

    According to Chimento, "Shea butter can also be beneficial for an oily scalp as it doesn’t necessarily clog your pores but should be used lightly as excess oil in your hair can put more oil on your face and lead to breakouts."

  • Can I use shea butter for my fine, thin hair?

    Although using too much shea butter can weigh down fine hair, using less and combining it with other products and ingredients might be the solution for you. "Don't worry about the butter being too thick as the consistency can be altered with creams and oils for deeper penetration and easier spreading throughout the hair," notes Groover.

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FAQs

How do you make whipped shea butter smooth? ›

Easy method without melting the shea butter: Scoop 1-2 cups of shea butter into a metal or glass bowl. Pour in a tablespoon of the jojoba oil. Beat the ingredients together with an electric mixer on medium high speed for 15 to 20 minutes, until the shea butter has a smooth, whipped texture similar to meringue.

How do you whip your hair with shea butter? ›

Place the shea butter in a small metal bowl. Put the bowl into a pot of water and heat it slowly, stirring occasionally. When the shea butter is soft enough to stir but not melted (it will be lumpy), add the olive and E oils. Whip the mixture to high heaven with an egg beater.

Can whipped shea butter be used on hair? ›

Shea butter's anti-inflammatory properties might also help reduce redness and scalp irritation by providing healing effects without clogging the pores. Additionally, as a natural product, it's safe to use on all types of hair, even hair that's damaged, dry, or color treated.

Does shea butter smooth hair? ›

Shea butter is packed with nutrients

Shea butter does contain a range of nutrients that can help condition and smooth your hair. These include ingredients such as Oleic Acid, Stearic Acid, and Linoleic Acid.

How long do you whip shea butter? ›

Altogether it takes about 10-15 minutes to whip shea butter without heat. I like to use whipped shea butter as an essential oil base when applying oils to my skin, read more about how to use your whipped shea butter below PLUS recipes!

What is the best oil to mix with shea butter? ›

Tea Tree Oil – This is one of the best essential oils to mix with shea butter. By adding some tree oil to shea butter you'll be able to make a great acne cream. Rosemary Essential Oil – This earthy scented oil is excellent for making hair masks, and hair conditioner and shampoo.

Do you put shea butter on wet or dry hair? ›

If the hair is dry, applying Shea butter may result in hardness and dryness. Instead, be sure to wet the hair first. It is best to apply Shea butter directly after washing the hair, while your hair is still damp.

What can I mix with shea butter for my hair? ›

Mix Shea butter with any carrier oil like olive or coconut oil. Apply to the hair and edges and massage into the scalp often. You can do this before styling your hair in the morning or before bedtime.

How do you use raw shea butter in your hair? ›

Raw shea butter can be used on both your hair and skin. To combat an itchy, dry scalp, massage a small amount into your scalp or comb it through your hair before you shampoo. You can also use a small amount post-washing to help manage frizziness and flyaway hairs.

What happens when shea butter is heated? ›

No worries. Shea butter is temperature sensitive. As it warms it melts, as it cools it gets harder. Just keep it in a warmer spot for a short while and you are good to go.

Does shea butter thicken hair? ›

If your hair is fine but it has volume, adding shea butter will coat it and make it appear thicker and fuller.

How do you keep whipped shea butter from hardening? ›

We suggest using a dermatologically safe and organic oil such as coconut oil or almond oil. But the ultimate solution to keep whipped Shea butter from hardening is the use of Jojoba Oil. Jojoba oil offers significant skin advantages, but it also helps preserve whipped Shea butter and prevents it from hardening.

Is shea butter good for frizzy hair? ›

Shea butter for hair is also a great way to combat frizz due to its smoothing properties. Using products infused with shea butter can help coat strands and soothe your scalp, tackling frizz.

Can I leave shea butter in my hair overnight? ›

Shea allows for many uses – as a conditioner, mask, styling product, and moisturizer. At the very least, you can warm up a dab of the butter in your hands and rub it into the scalp, spread it throughout your locks, or put it onto the ends. If your tresses are super dry, you can just leave shea butter in hair overnight.

How long does it take for shea butter to work? ›

Shea butter takes four days to clear nasal congestion, three months to soothe and soften skin, and up to six months to eliminate or reduce scars. You should leave shea butter applied for eight hours daily. It can go bad after about 12 months, so ensure you use it enough to keep it from going rancid.

Does melting shea butter damage it? ›

In order to preserve the integrity of your shea butter, it must be prepared carefully. Melting shea butter rapidly over high heat can burn it, and the curative properties we all love about it begin to disintegrate. Ideally, shea butter should be melted slowly and deliberately over low heat.

Can I use a blender to whip shea butter? ›

Begin mixing the shea butter using a mixer. If you have a whisk attachment for your mixer, use that instead of the beater heads. A stick blender may be used, but I've found the results to not be as ideal. Continue mixing the shea butter for approximately 5-7 minutes.

Is whipped shea butter better? ›

Raw shea butter can be sticky, and hard to break off — especially in cold weather when it hardens even more. Whipped shea butter contains oils that help soften up the butter and enhance its healing and moisturizing properties.

What can I mix with shea butter to make my skin glow? ›

You can add moisturizing oils or essential oils to your shea butter to give it a little extra oomph. Rosehip oil (a carrier oil) and lavender essential oil are great options to start with. Warm up your shea butter between your palms and add a few drops of the oil of your choice.

Can I mix castor oil with shea butter for hair growth? ›

This hair growth mix combines shea butter, coconut oil and castor oil (essentially the holy trinity of hair products). If you're looking for growth, add this to your routine.

What can I add to shea butter to make it smell better? ›

At Better Shea Butter we like to keep it simple, so here are our top 5 Essential Oils:
  1. Neroli. This is hands down our personal favorite. ...
  2. Vanilla. With Vanilla, you have two choices: ...
  3. Lavender. Lavender is the most popular scent amongst women, men and children. ...
  4. Eucalyptus. ...
  5. Spearmint.

How do you use shea butter on frizzy hair? ›

Use a small amount of shea butter and, sectioning off hair, massage it into your scalp in a circular motion. If you suffer from dry hair, too—in which case, you may have dull or frizzy hair—you can also comb the shea butter through your hair and let it set in for up to an hour as pre-shampoo before shampooing.

Which butter is best for natural hair? ›

Many people do not realize this but Kokum butter is fantastic for natural hair as it strengthens and conditions the hair. The most common butters that are great for natural hair include: Shea butter, Tamanu butter, Kokum butter and Mango butter. The benefits of Shea butter for natural hair cannot be over-emphasized.

Can you put shea butter on your face? ›

High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.

How can I make my hair softer? ›

The good news is that there are a few things you can do if you feel like reducing the dryness of your hair.
  1. Get a trim. ...
  2. Take vitamins. ...
  3. Add omega-3s and antioxidants to your diet. ...
  4. Avoid washing your hair every day. ...
  5. Wrap your hair instead of air drying. ...
  6. Cut down on heat styling. ...
  7. Try colder showers. ...
  8. Use essential oils.

What happens if you microwave shea butter? ›

It will melt very quickly, which is why you need to remove the pot from the heat. Alternatively, you can also microwave shea butter in a microwave-safe bowl, but you may lose some of the nutrients this way.

How do you make shea butter spreadable? ›

However, if you've never bought pure shea butter before, you should know it comes in solid form and is not very spreadable. To use shea butter, you can either heat it up in the microwave and use it in its pure form, or you can soften it by whipping it!

How do you clean shea butter? ›

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How do you know if shea butter is good? ›

You can identify Unrefined Shea by its cream or light yellow color and natural, nutty scent. Unrefined Shea Butter is typically processed using the traditional handcrafted method or it by mechanical extraction. Properly processed Unrefined Shea Butter has an average shelf life of 24 months.

Does shea butter cause hair buildup? ›

shea butter isn't bad for your hair at all . In fact shea is probably one of the best product out now . They also have shea products for children . As long as you use with moderation and shampoo as nessory you shouldn't have any build up .

Which butter is best for hair growth? ›

Here are some of the most loved hair butter types:
  • Shea butter. Without a doubt, shea is the most well-known hair butter for hair growth. ...
  • Mango butter. ...
  • Murumuru butter. ...
  • Cocoa butter. ...
  • Ucuuba butter. ...
  • Kokum butter. ...
  • Bacuri butter. ...
  • Tamanu butter.
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Do you have to melt shea butter before whipping? ›

Depending on the season, these butters may vary slightly in hardness, but both shea and mango butter can be cut in pieces, put in a bowl and whipped without any melting.

Does whipped shea butter need to be refrigerated? ›

Our Whipped Butters and Scrubs high in natural oils and butter are formulated to be a semi-soft solid at room temperature. When applied to our warm skin, they instantly melt, providing an emollient, nourishing and penetrating product. On sunny or warm days it is best to refrigerate BEFORE opening the jars.

How do you make whipped shea butter less greasy? ›

How to make the DIY Whipped Body Butter less greasy? Use fast-absorbing oils like grapeseed oil, sunflower oil, safflower oil, rosehip oil, and apricot kernel oil. Avoid using greasy oils that don't absorb the skin well, such as castor oil, olive oil, palm oil, and coconut oil.

How do you make shea butter less grainy? ›

The best way to deal with the possibility of gritty Shea is to melt it down using a double broiler – slow and low. Once you melt completely, allow to keep at that melted point on the lowest heat for 20 minutes – that will ensure the grains have also melted since they have a higher melting point.

How do I make my shea butter creamy? ›

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How do I make my body butter less grainy? ›

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How do you stabilize whipped body butter? ›

Put your body butter in the fridge if it's melted.

If you'd like to re-whip your body butter, scoop it out once it's hard and use an electric mixer to make it fluffy and light again. You can keep your body butter in the fridge for a cooling, soothing effect as you put it on.

What happens when you overheat shea butter? ›

Melting shea butter rapidly over high heat can burn it, and the curative properties we all love about it begin to disintegrate. Ideally, shea butter should be melted slowly and deliberately over low heat. A double boiler is best, but is not necessary. Rejoice!

Does heat ruin shea butter? ›

Bring the melted shea butter to a temperature of 175 degrees F. Maintain this temperature for 20 minutes. Exceeding 175 degrees can damage the shea butter's nutritional qualities, while heating for too short a duration can cause the product to become gritty. Use caution when heating shea butter, as it is flammable.

Why is my shea butter so grainy? ›

Crystallization occurs when shea butter melts, either intentionally or accidentally during warm conditions, and then cools back down too slowly. As it re-cools, some butters, most particularly Shea Butter, can crystallize or become grainy.

What can I mix with shea butter for hair growth? ›

Mix Shea butter with any carrier oil like olive or coconut oil. Apply to the hair and edges and massage into the scalp often. You can do this before styling your hair in the morning or before bedtime.

How do you make whipped shea butter less greasy? ›

How to make the DIY Whipped Body Butter less greasy? Use fast-absorbing oils like grapeseed oil, sunflower oil, safflower oil, rosehip oil, and apricot kernel oil. Avoid using greasy oils that don't absorb the skin well, such as castor oil, olive oil, palm oil, and coconut oil.

How do you keep whipped shea butter from melting? ›

We suggest using a dermatologically safe and organic oil such as coconut oil or almond oil. But the ultimate solution to keep whipped Shea butter from hardening is the use of Jojoba Oil. Jojoba oil offers significant skin advantages, but it also helps preserve whipped Shea butter and prevents it from hardening.

Why is my shea butter not whipping? ›

Again, the consistency of body butter heavily depends on the temperature it's in. If the body butter is way too soft when you're whipping it up, try putting it in the freezer for 10 minutes and try again. If your room temperature is very high the body butter will feel softer and possibly not as airy.

What can I do with old shea butter? ›

Can I use Shea Butter after it expires? It's recommended not to use it as the vitamins in it are lost after its expiration. However, if you don't have any option available, then you can still use it for moisturizing.

Which is better for skin shea butter or cocoa butter? ›

If you have acne-prone skin, shea butter might be a better choice because it is lightweight. Cocoa butter is commonly used during massages due to its calming aroma. Shea butter is known to improve stretch marks and other skin blemishes. In the end, both kinds of butter can help moisturize your skin.

How can I make my shea butter smell better? ›

Start by putting your shea butter in a heat safe bowl and begin to melt the butter and oil in a double boiler. Once melted, take the butter off the double boiler and check its temperature. If the temperature is above 120 degrees fahrenheit (48 celsius), stick it into the fridge or freezer for 15 minutes.

Can you whip shea butter in a blender? ›

Begin mixing the shea butter using a mixer. If you have a whisk attachment for your mixer, use that instead of the beater heads. A stick blender may be used, but I've found the results to not be as ideal. Continue mixing the shea butter for approximately 5-7 minutes.

How do you temper shea butter? ›

The tempering is done as follows
  1. Put the vegetable butter in a double boiler/dual melting pot.
  2. Let the vegetable butter to melt very smoothly to liquid form.
  3. Then raise the temperature of the vegetable butter to 80 degrees (175 F) and keep it there for about 20 minutes.
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