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Thursday, March 27, 2014


Hello there.
Welcome to Entrepreneurial Goddess and the 8th post in my series entitled "Off On My Tangent!"

A few months ago, I discovered the wonderful benefits and many uses of Shea Butter. Since then, I've been enjoying making my own concoctions. I'll admit, my first few attempts were a bit of a disaster...too much oil and too gritty...but thanks to Google and YouTube, I've finally got the hang of things.

My skills have greatly improved in this area and it's also a lot of fun making something from scratch that's not only good for you, is chemical-free [have you tried to pronounce some of the ingredients in your creams and lotions lately?] and has a scent tailored to me. Some of the ingredients I used can be on the expensive side, but if you have the patience, I strongly encourage you to shop around for the best price. I wait until I find Shea Butter on sale, then stock up. ;-)

This is a batch of my new creme that I made earlier today. It's extremely smooth and silky like whipped cream. It applies easily to the skin, does not leave a greasy residue [like some of my earlier versions] and the scent of this new batch is heavenly. So, without any further ado, here's what I used.

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See you next time!


  1. I love using all natural items that are handmade but just do not have the patience or time to make them. But I would buy them and do not mind paying a little more as they are so much better for us.

    1. Hello Glenda.
      I am trying to move away from products that contain lots of chemicals and fillers. I've only recently started experimenting with my own natural products. So far, I have used my recipes on my face, body and hair without any side effects whatsoever. Yes, it take time, but it's a lot of fun experimenting with a variety of natural oils and butters. Everything I make starts with shea butter as a base. It's such a versatile product. I appreciate your comment and hope you will stop by again soon. Thanks for visiting.

  2. Hello goddess. that sounds like it is fun to make too.. i dont have time but if i did , i would be all over that... happy a to z...

    1. Hello Chrystal.
      It is indeed a lot of fun. I'll admit, it can be time-consuming, but it's also very therapeutic and helps to sharpen your patience skills (lol). Thanks for stopping by. All the best with the challenge!


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