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Benefits of Mango Butter for Skin
Beyond their distinct and sweet flavor, mangos can also be effective in soothing skin. Recently, mangos have become a popular ingredient in beauty butters, lip balms, and more.
The source of mangos’ rich benefits are its seeds. Mango butter is crafted by extracting the content of the mango seed and cold-pressing it into a creamy butter.
Mango butter is a fat that originates from mango seeds — it exists in refined and unrefined forms. Mango butter is semi-solid and melts when it touches the skin.
Like shea and cocoa butter, mango butter can nourish skin and hair and support overall skin health. Some forms of mango butter are also edible. Mango butter is included as an ingredient in chocolates and other snacks. Mangoes are loaded with nutritious substances, which is partly why they’re a dietary staple around the world. They’re packed with fiber, vitamins (C, B6, A, E, and more), and minerals. They’re also a good source of folate, potassium, calcium, and beta carotene.
Many of the vitamins found in mango hold skin-improving powers, so it makes sense to blend it into a butter.Mangoes have proved to be effective in soothing irritated skin and reducing symptoms of eczema and psoriasis. With the beauty industry continually innovating itself, mangoes are now being used in butters, creams, and lip balms.
The mango seed is the primary source of nutrients required for your skin. When the seed's contents are extracted to form a creamy butter, it can be used on your skin and hair to add moisture and shine to them.
BENEFITS FOR MANGO BUTTER FOR SKIN:
- Supports Collagen Production
- Hydrates Skin
- Prevents Signs of Aging
- It protects from UV rays
- It’s skin-friendly
- It’s antibacterial and antimicrobial