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Benefits of Mango Butter

Updated: Mar 29, 2022

Though slightly less popular than its famous cousins -- cocoa and shea butter -- mango butter sure has a lot to offer when it comes to maintaining healthy, youthful and beautiful skin. Mango butter is extracted from the seed of the mango fruit. It has a subtle scent and a lightweight, silky smooth, but incredibly rich and nourishing texture. Its popularity has been growing fast, as it is suitable for all skin types and can help you treat many skin problems. Here are a few reasons to start using mango butter on a regular basis: AMAZING NATURAL MOISTURIZER Don’t let the light texture fool you – mango butter is absolutely incredible in moisturizing the skin. When applied topically, it absorbs easily, providing even deeper layers of the skin with skin-loving nutrients, such as omega 6 and 9 fatty acids and vitamins A, C, and E. Mango butter conditions your skin, makes it smooth, supple and improves its overall health and appearance. It also strengthens the skin’s natural protective barrier, which helps your skin retain moisture, prevents damages, and drying out. REDUCES WRINKLES & FINE LINES There are several reasons why mango butter is a great anti-aging agent. First, it is packed with antioxidants that protect the skin against free radicals (damaging particles in the air). Second, it is very moisturizing, and well-moisturized skin is smooth, resilient, and better protected from the harmful external influences. Most importantly, mango butter contains vitamin A, an antioxidant that stimulates the skin’s natural renewal process. It encourages the skin to produce new, healthy skin cells, improves the skin’s texture and elasticity, and protects the skin against damage caused by UV radiation. All of this leads to fewer wrinkles, fewer fine lines, and firmer skin. YOU CAN USE ON ACNE-PRONE SKIN! Even an oily skin that often breaks out needs regular hydration and nourishment. However, finding a product that won’t irritate your inflamed skin even further can be a bit of a challenge. That is where mango butter comes into the picture. Mango butter is lightweight, non-greasy and non-comedogenic (so it won’t clog your pores). It is also antibacterial and can help soothe acne inflammations. Not only can it help nourish the acne-prone skin, but it can also reduce acne breakouts by signaling the skin to start producing less sebum. SENSITIVE SKIN? ECZEMA? PSORIASIS? NO PROBLEM! Any condition that is manifested in extremely dry, itchy, and inflamed skin can be a challenge to treat. That kind of skin needs moisture and nourishment more than any other, but many products on the market contain chemicals that can worsen the flare-ups. Raw mango butter is an all-natural product that can do a lot to ease your condition. It is moisturizing, anti-inflammatory, protective, soothing, and healing. With regular usage, it shows a noticeable improvement, soothes the skin, and reduces redness and itching. PREVENT SCARS & SKIN IMPERFECTIONS Though mango butter can also help in treating the existing scars, prevention is definitely the key. So, every time you can expect skin damage (for example - an acne scar or stretch marks from pregnancy), start applying mango butter preventively as soon as possible. It will help the skin to heal faster, provide it with many nutrients and antioxidants, improve the skin cell turnover rate, and significantly reduce the damage.

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