★ Origin: Netherlands ★
★ Raw ★
★ Premium Quality ★
★ Grade A ★
★100 % Pure Premium Quality★
Skin / Hair / Body
Common Uses: This butter is light enough to apply directly to the body for extra hydration, especially on the legs. A wonderful addition to creams and lotions, this butter is also a great addition to M&P soaps and hair conditioners.
Recommended Storage: Please note that this butter should ideally be stored in a refrigerator to maintain its texture. It will become soft in warmer temperatures.
Shelf Life: Slow to go rancid, when the oil is kept closed at a temperature below 18°C and kept away from light, the shelf life will be up to 24 months from the date of manufacture. Refrigeration is recommended.
Note: The appearance of this blend may vary slightly from batch to batch due to natural ingredients.
Cautions: For external use only, a skin test is recommended before use.
MUST STORED THIS BUTTER IN A COOL DARK PLACE AWAY FROM THE SUNLIGHT.
Promotes collagen production: Because it’s rich in vitamin C, mango butter can help encourage the production of collagen, which helps give skin its shape and strength. Adequate collagen promotes a firmer appearance on the skin, reducing the look of sagging and bagging.
Natural source of vitamin A: Vitamin A is a natural ingredient that encourages healthy cell production and turnover. Since mango butter is a natural source of vitamin A, it stimulates the cells responsible for keeping skin firm, reducing fine lines and wrinkles, and increasing skin’s overall youthful look.
Fades scars: Stretch marks, acne scars, and other old scars become more pliable and less noticeable when exposed to all the goodies in mango butter—moisturizers, antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, and skin regenerators.
Treats dry skin: Dry patches, flakiness, eczema, and dermatitis flare-ups, and even psoriasis can benefit from daily application of mango butter, which goes to work deeply moisturizing and to repair damaged skin. Oh, and don’t forget your lips—mango butter works great as a lip balm.
Reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles: Mango butter provides a more lasting type of moisturization, which can help prevent the formation of fine lines and wrinkles down the line. It also helps reduce the degeneration of skin cells, preventing that damaging process that leads to wrinkles in the first place.
Protects from sun damage: Remember that ability to protect from radiation that we mentioned above? This is a great perk with mango butter—when you apply it to your skin, you carry around an extra bit of protection from sun damage. This doesn’t mean you shouldn’t wear sun protection, though!
Soothes sunburn: Yep, you can use it both before and after sun exposure, as mango butter helps soothe and heal sunburned skin.
Calms insect bites and poison ivy: If you got bitten or were exposed to poison ivy on your last outing, reach for your mango butter. Its anti-allergy properties can help calm the itching and stinging, so your skin can relax.
Treats small wounds: If you’ve got scrapes, cracks, or other small wounds, mango butter can help them heal faster.
Unlike other butter like shea butter and cocoa butter, mango butter has a wound-healing quality.
All this, yet mango butter is gentle on the skin and perfectly suitable for sensitive skin. We suggest you give it a try—and don’t forget that your eyes will love it in our anti-aging eye cream!
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