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Jasmine and Acai Berry Pomade

Posted on: February 1, 2009

Jasmine & Acai Berry Pomade
Makes about 3 ounces

1/2 ounce Acai Oil
2 ounces Shealoe Butter
1/4 ounce Beeswax
0.05 ounce Jasmine Floral Wax
1/4 ounce Fractionated Coconut Oil
5 drops Jasmine Absolute

In a double boiler, combine the Beeswax, Floral Wax, and Fractionated Coconut Oil.  Heat these ingredients until they are fully melted.  Next, add the Shealoe Butter and stir until it is just melted.  Quickly remove the mixture from the heat.  Add the Acai Oil and begin to whip the mixture until it cools slightly.  Add 5 drops of Jasmine Absolute and continue to mix the pomade.  After several minutes the mixture should begin to cool and thicken.  After the mixture had thickened up you can transfer it to a jar, and allow it to cool and set completely.

Acai_berries Usage and Packaging
This pomade can be packaged in glass or plastic jars.  Our White Flat Jars make a great choice for this recipe.  The pomade can be applied directly to the hair to add texture, style, and conditioning.  The pomade can also be applied to the ends of hair as a deep conditioning treatment.

Jasmine Photo by David Stern

taken from the natural body workshop


1 Response to "Jasmine and Acai Berry Pomade"

Acai Fruit confirmed the presence of various health benefits, and therefore very quickly obtained. Although most people are still learning about the benefits of Acai Berry. Central America and South America has long realized the benefits of acai. Acai Berry is a fruit that produces most of the fans of health food because of its high mineral and vitamin content in essential fatty acids, including a number of omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin B and anthocyanins.

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