I've only ever used solid shea, which is kinda difficult to apply to my hair. I've used shea butter "oil", so I'm not sure if that's the same as liquid shea butter. Whipped sounds good, where can you get it?
2c/3a/3b curls, tailbone length, fairy tale ends
Cleansers: V05 Co
Conditioners: KMS Everyday, Dove Dry Oil Care
DT/Treats:Aphogee Protein Treat/Hemp/Argan Oil
Leave-ins/Stylers: All HE Condish, Generic PM The Conditioner
This is very interesting. I don't know that one might be "better" than the other. One form may be more concentrated though and I would think Shea Oil would be it. I LOVE Shea but can't take the Oil form in my condish but my hair does well with Shea Butter. I've never tried it Whipped that sounds Del-ectable!
Discovered CG 2007
2C Fia BSL/Thick/Med-Coarse/Low(crown)-Normal Porosity Protein and Oil Sensitive
Liquid shea is just fractionated shea in oil form. I don't use on my hair but my body loves it. I like a really good quality raw unrefined shea that is soft enough to emulsify in my palms and doesn't have to be mixed or whipped to soften.