As everyone knows, mango is a tasty tropical fruit with a gourmand flavor that you can enjoy. Many must see in the cosmetic rays of mango products.
Mango, like any other fruit, is good for your health. Rich in vitamin C and fiber, it is the most consumed tropical fruit in the world after bananas. With its antioxidants, it reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease and cholesterol.
Mango benefits both the body and the skin and hair.
Mango flesh, used as a mask, is an excellent facial cleanser.
The core seed of the mango contains almonds that are extracted to make mango butter.
This butter, rich in fatty acid, has softening and nourishing properties. It is not as well known as cocoa butter or shea butter but has the same virtues.
It nourishes, protects, moisturizes the skin and hair. Dehydrated skin and dry or damaged hair will find their happiness
Mango butter contains active ingredients that make it an excellent moisturizer. It also contains antioxidants (which treats skin aging), essential fatty acids (hydration), phytosterols (anti-inflammatory and also protects from UV rays of the sun), and so on.
For your hair care, you can use pure mango butter
or associated with other vegetable oils such as
- argan oil,
- sweet almond oil,
- cocoa butter,
- shea butter.
You can for example make a mask based on honey, olive oil, shea butter and mango butter before shampooing. You can also use it to moisturize your dry spikes during daily care. To do this, it should first be melted in a bain-marie. It will bring softness and vitality to your hair.
Mango butter can also be applied directly to the face and body to moisturize and soften the skin, especially dry and sensitive skin.
It is found in the composition of certain cosmetic products such as sun care, moisturizing milks and creams, shampoos, hair conditioners and hair masks.