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Benefits of Mango Butter on Natural Hair and Skin

Katrina Coleman

Everyone loves mango, it is a delicious fruit.  The mango butter is gotten from the mango seed (pit). It contains Oleic Acid, Stearic Acid, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E Arachidic Acid, Palmitic Acid and Linoleic Acid. Mango butter has high levels of antioxidants and it protects the skin against harmful sun rays. The butter is similar to cocoa and shea butter in that it is light and moisturizes without being greasy and differs because it is less aromatic. The texture is soft, creamy and it is easily absorbed into the skin.

raw mango butter for natural hair

HAIR BENEFITS

The mango butter has high levels of saturated and monosaturated fatty acids which makes it useful for your hair. The emollience of the butter seals/locks moisture to your strand, preventing hair breakage. The butter also regenerates the scalp’s skin; thus, it treats dandruff, eczema and psoriasis. It protects the hair, strengthens hair follicles, reduces degeneration of the scalp cells and promotes a healthy environment for your tresses to grow.

 

SKIN BENEFITS

The mango butter is an ultra-moisturizing beauty cream that hydrates the skin, it prevents dry and tight skin. It is a perfect face cream in that it clears blemishes and dark spots; the nourishing acids and antioxidants contained in the mango butter smooths fine lines and eliminates wrinkles -upon frequent usage your face will be firm, smooth and moisturized.

With its healing power, the butter can fade off scars and stretch marks. It also soothes bug bites, reducing the inflammation and itchy feeling, with a little dab you will itch no more! Mango butter also has a cooling effect on sunburns.

 

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