Mangoes, the tropical fruit with a sweet and fresh sensation as if you’ve stepped into paradise with every bite. Known foremost as a juicy tropical delight, mangos can also be used for their health and beauty benefits.
Originally found in the Tropical rainforests parts of the world, the deliciously juicy mangoes also provide food for the skin. These treats include moisture and essential vitamins A, C and E to combat the free radicals found in pollution and the sunrays. When applied to the skin it can soothe and protect it from sunburns.
The mango’s butter itself is extracted from the core kernel seeds of the mango, where all of the essential fatty acids antioxidants and vitamins are contained. When the luxurious mango butter is allowed to soak into the skin entirely, it leaves the skin feeling smooth and hydrated, helping the war against skin cell degeneration. Mangos becoming healthy food for the body and food for the skin.
The mango butter has a hard consistency in its natural form but melts when applied on to the skin, leaving it evenly glistening. Yet Mango butter is light in feel which makes it a great alternative. As mango butter contains fatty acids it provides more moisture and minerals than of the shelf substitutes. Mango butter is great for delicate areas such as the feet, neck or face. It’s great for sensitive skin too! For sufferers of eczema or psoriasis, it can help soothe and soften skin, without further irritation.
Why is natural so important?
Why are words unrefined, cold pressed or crude essential to your body butter?
Because it means your butter uses the highest quality and most potent natural ingredients from a reliable and consistent source.
Ensuring the safest and most effective products. This certifies that the ingredients were extracted using natural methods and minimal processing. Thus not overheating the ingredients during the process that destroys its nutrients. Allowing you to feel the mango butter’s fullest benefits providing a feast for the skin.
Did you know?
- When Mango butter is applied to the skin and hair it has the properties to protect it from UV rays and free radicals.
- The vitamins A and C found in the mango butter is great for conditioning and nourishing dry/damaged skin or hair.
- It contains rich essential fatty acids such as stearic acid giving the mango butter nourishing and soothing anti-inflammatory properties.
- Oleic acid, on the other hand, makes up almost half the fatty acids within the butter providing several miracle functions.
- Boost metabolism, sooth asthma sufferers by improving the lung functionality.
- Improves blood sugar levels by reducing the resistance of insulin.