Hair Care

Moisturize My Hair Butter


Moisturize My Hair Butter was created for dry, frizzy and textured hair types. Use to lock in moisture for natural protective hair styling. This butter feels almost like a pomade, without the heavy waxiness.

USE Formulated for hair, may use on skin
SCENT Fresh lemon aroma with vanilla like undertones
TEXTURE Thick, applies easily


raw shea butter, *virgin avocado oil, *virgin hemp seed oil, **unrefined bacuri butter, beeswax, raw honey, vitamin E, Essential oil blend: may chang and tonka bean (*organic, **wild harvested) ​​


Moisturize My Hair Butter is a whipped blend of shea butter, avocado oil, hemp seed oil, and bacuri butter. This hair butter is excellent for natural hair styling, such as braids and twists. If you have a type 4 hair texture (4A, 4B or 4C hair), this will serve as an excellent hair moisturizer for you. Those with 3B or 3C hair types may also use this hair butter sparingly on braids, twists or locks.


Strengthens and moisturizes dry hair.

Accelerates hair growth

Promotes shiny hair

Increases hair elasticity

Smooths hair frizzes

Helps repair dry, thinning and limp hair

Supports a healthy scalp

Forms a barrier preventing hair damage

Contains antibacterial and antiviral properties​


For best results, apply to clean damp hair. Remove a penny size amount and rub into the palm of your hand. Work into your hair down to the ends.

Always use clean and dry fingers when applying onto the skin. Water introduces bacteria growth. Use a fair amount at a time, as with any butter, too much will be too greasy.

Store this product in a cool and dry environment and keep away from direct sunlight. Keep lid closed when not in use.

Climate Shipping Note
Our butters are heat sensitive and will start to melt in temperatures above 78 degrees. When shipped during the summer or to hot climates our butters will arrive melted. If your butter arrives melted, do not open it. Place it in a cooler area or stick it in the refrigerator until it firms up. All whipped butters will decrease in volume and may appear nearly half full. During the winter, all butters will be less pliable until it reaches room temperature.