DIY shea butter anti frizz balm

Easy DIY Shea Butter Anti-Frizz Balm

Curly haired girls out there raise your hands!! I am a curly haired girl. I have one daughter with super curly hair too and where there is curly hair there is also tangled frizzy hair sometimes too. So what can you do about that? Well this Easy DIY Shea Butter Anti-Frizz Balm can help.

DIY shea butter anti frizz balm
DIY shea butter anti frizz balm

Shea Butter Anti-Frizz Balm – For Frizzy Hair

Honestly my youngest daughter and I are always on the prowl for new products that help moisturize our hair, while also detangling and helping hair look good and stay in great condition. This year, which seems to be extra dry, we are trying some home made DIY projects here for skin and hair care. This week we tried DIY shea butter anti-frizz balm.

Frizzy, tangled hair is a result of the outer cuticle lifting up and not laying flat and smooth. To avoid making frizz in your hair worse, avoid brushing it when it is dry, as this damages the hair cuticle.

( I only brush my hair wet in the shower when conditioning. It’s the only way it works for me. ) Shea butter is nourishing and moisturizing. Apply to the hair and work the balm all the way down into the roots. This balm is also excellent for split ends and protects the hair by protecting it with a shiny layer.


Makes 90 ml


  • 1 Tsp of Shea Nut Butter
  • 1 Tbsp of argan oil
  • 1 Tsp emulsifying Wax
  • 1 Tsp Glycerin
  • 4 Tbsp Aloe Vera Juice
  • 5 Drops of Essential Oil of your choice –
  • Sage Essential Oil for Dandruff
  • Rosemary Essential Oil for Hair Loss
  • Cedarwood Essential Oil for Irritated Scalp

To Make

  1. Melt the shea nut butter, argan oil and emulsifying wax in a bowl over a pot of boiling water.
  2. When wax has melted, remove it from the heat.
  3. Mix the glycerin with the aloe vera juice and heat gently.
  4. Add the warm oil mixture to the warm aloe vera mixture.
  5. Using a hand whisk, whisk continuously until smooth.
  6. Add the essential oil of your choice.
  7. Pour into a sterilized bottle and allow to cool before putting on the pump. You can also store in a bottle without a pump.

To Use

  • Shake well before use
  • After shampooing, pump a small amount into your palms and rub them together.
  • Smooth the balm over your hair making sure to get to the roots.
  • Can be rinsed out with warm water or used as a leave in conditioner.
  • Store in a cool dark place.
  • Can be stored for up to 3 months.

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  • Judy Cowan

    I don’t have frizzy hair but I do have dry hair & scalp – might just have to make some of this up. I am always looking for something to help.

  • Kori

    I do not have frizzy hair but I love almost anything that uses Shea butter. I’ll have to give this a try for my scalp.

    Visiting via Get Your Shine On

  • Ash

    Hi! I found your page on Get Your Shine On. I love shea butter for my skin but I haven’t tried anything with it for my hair. Thanks so much for sharing this!

  • Amberjane

    I have straight hair but my daughter has curls so this will be great for her – Thanks for linking up to Pin Worthy Wednesday, I have pinned your post to the Pin Worthy Wednesday Pinterest Board.

  • Joy @ Joy Love Food

    This sounds wonderful! All 3 of my kids have curly hair so something like this will come in handy, pinning. Thanks for sharing at What’d You Do This Weekend? I hope you will join us again this Monday!