Our New Obsession: Mango Butter!

Mother Nature has provided us many beautiful gifts, and she didn’t forget to give us natural skin care ingredients.

One such all-natural skin remedy is mango butter. This deliciously sweet fruit not only nourishes the body internally, but also provides many benefits by locking in moisture to the skin and offering general protection and healing.

Mango butter is extracted from the kernels of the mango fruit. It contain vitamins like vitamin A, vitamin E, and vitamin C as well as folate, folic acid, calcium, iron, zinc and magnesium. Combined, these properties make mango butter a superfood for skin rejuvenation. It protects skin from sun damage, so it has been used more in UV protection lotions and creams. The butter is very versatile with a range of amazing beneficial qualities -– like the ability to hydrate skin for long period of times, lightening of age and sun spots, tightening skin and healing eczema, rashes, irritations and generally, nourishing your skin back a healthy tone.

Mango butter has all the properties of the mango fruit, and precisely that is one reason why it is so nourishing for the skin. It replenishes the skin so well that it leaves your skin with a healthy glow. Mango butter has good emollient properties and lends protection against the sun. It is said to prevent drying of the skin and formation of wrinkles. Mango butter may also help fight the common effects of injury to the skin and aging.

Healing benefits of Mango Butter

Mango butter provides all sorts of healing benefits:

  • Heals skin rashes
  • Relieves insect bites and skin allergies like poison ivy
  • Relieves sunburn and skin peeling.
  • Great as an alternative for shaving cream for a smooth shave without redness or irritation
  • Treats skin cracks
  • Helps reduce muscle aches and fatigue
  • Helps clear blemishes
  • Great source of anti-aging properties
  • Moisturizes and helps smooth rough skin
  • Helps prevent and fight stretch marks when regularly used
  • Helps fights off fine lines and wrinkles
  • Helps combat dry skin, eczema and dermatitis — great for the cold weather of winter!

Mango butter is an essential natural component for hydrating your body and face. It rejuvenates skin due to presence of antioxidants, and because it is able to work deep in your skin, it can also help heal healing muscles’ aches and tensions. It has natural emollient properties, high oxidative ability, healing benefits and rejuvenating activity. 

Mango has been traditionally used in the tropical climates for its skin softening, soothing, moisturizing and protective properties and to restore flexibility and reduce degeneration of skin cells — after using this in our products, it’s easy to see why it’s so effective and popular!

Plus, dermatologists often recommend mango butter for treatment of wrinkles, as most people who use it will notice decreased signs of aging and the disappearance of lines and wrinkles within 4 to 6 weeks of daily use. Mango butter is a tropical butter that has a similar composition to shea and cocoa; however, the fatty acid content is slightly different, which enhances the range of Natural EFAs (essential fatty acids), vitamins like A, C, E, folate “B-9.” Learn more about all natural anti-aging remedies with our free eBook

I myself have suffered from dry skin and eczema, so I am always looking out for natural and effective ingredients that work without irritating my skin. In the past, I’ve worked for many high-end cosmetic and skin care companies for years, and I’ve tried countless products. In my experience, many of them left my skin feeling worse — red, irritated, and dried out due to the numerous chemicals many of us can’t even pronounce found within them. That’s why I’m so pleased to see how mango butter has transformed my skin, and I am excited to use it in my products to share its healing benefits with you, too.

We are completely head over heels in love with mango butter and its many benefits, and we can’t wait for you to experience it yourself by indulging in one of our products!

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