Mango Butter Utilisation

Mango butter, no doubt is possibly the healthiest and most caring solution for the skin. It has this bursting power of fruit to it that when it comes in contact with skin, it deeply hydrates and nourishes it.

Mango butter is extracted from the shelled fruit kernel of the mango tree, which is a tropical evergreen. This butter is highly emollient, softening and soothing to the skin. Mango butter has protective effects against UV radiation and also helps treat skin rash, eczema, insect bites, and poison ivy. Mango butter can help protect and heal skin from the damage caused by sunburn and frostbite. While mango butter is excellent for skin, it is often mixed with other ingredients because it is much harder than she butter.

Mango butter can be used to soften, heal and regenerate skin tissue. It’s been used to protect and moisturize skin, keeping it more flexible for easy movement. Mango butter also has natural deflective properties against ultraviolet sunlight rays. While most-often recommended by skin care professionals to smooth fine lines and wrinkles, mango butter has other uses.           

Use mango butter as a deep-skin moisturizer to help smooth wrinkles. Its regenerative properties lend themselves to use after skin exfoliation and can help repair sun-damaged skin, smooth acne scarring and fade stretch marks. It has similar properties to –

  • Shea butter
  • Cocoa butter

Mango butter is generally hard at room temperature, but with application to skin it softens and smoothes over skin, creating a moisturizing layer.

Soothe bug bites, sunburn and eczema with mango butter. The fatty acids within mango butter help heal skin that itches or has been cut. Use it on skin cracks from dry skin or small cuts to speed up healing.

Wash skin with mango butter in the shower for a natural, non-drying alternative to soap. It can also be used as a shaving cream, which will help lock in moisture as you shave. Mango butter can also be used as an hair conditioner.

Use mango butter as a massage cream. It will moisturize skin as massage occurs and calms and relaxes the person with its sweet smell. Mango butter is also said to heal muscle fatigue and aches.

Go through our reference links now –

  1. Benefits Of Mango Butter by ehow
  2. Mango Butter Benefits by Livestrong
  3. Mango Butter by Health Beauty Blog

Mango Butter – Exceptional Wows

Talking of Mango butter, the many properties of this wonderful butter make it really wonderful for the application on skin. It is highly effective in making the supple and hydrated. It is even mild in nature.

Mango Butter derived from the seed Kernel of the Mangoes, this butter is an exceptional quality base ingredient for body care products and soap making recipes. Mango Butter has beneficial moisturizing properties for lotions and acts as a mild lubricant for the skin, and is very similar in color and texture as cocoa butter making it an exotic and fun alternative for toiletry products.

Mango butter contains some great polyphenols! Quercetin and caffeic acid are good anti-oxidants. Mangiferin, a xanthone, is a very powerful properties which mainly are –

  • Anti-oxidant with anti-fungal
  • Anti-bacterial
  • Anti-inflammatory

The tannins in mango butter offer some fantastic qualities to any product! Although they make the butter astringent, they offer anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, and anti-bacterial benefits. Gallic acid has been studied as a burn and wound healer that may prevent infection during the healing process. Caffeic acid is being studied as a strong anti-viral for herpes and HIV (obviously we aren’t using in this capacity as a cosmetic!)

Mango butter has a shelf life of up to three years (although I’d call it two!). Because of its astringent qualities, it is a butter best suited for normal to oily skin and hair. It isn’t necessarily the best butter to use as the only ingredient in something like a lotion bar – it can feel very dry to some people. The amount you want to use is really up to you based on skin feel and desired characteristics of the product.

Mango Butter has natural emollient properties; wound healing, and regenerative activity. Mango Butter has been traditionally used in the rainforests and tropics for its skin softening, soothing, moisturizing and protective properties and to restore flexibility and reduce degeneration of skin cells. It has a protective effect against UV radiation. Mango Butter will provide improvements and benefits in all the conditions listed below. As you experiment with this butter you are likely to discover additional uses. Dermatologists often recommend Mango Butter for the treatment of wrinkles, as most people who use it will notice decreased signs of aging and the disappearance of lines and wrinkles within 4 to 6 weeks of daily use.

Go through our reference links now –

  1. Benefits Of Mango Butter by ehow
  2. Mango Butter Benefits by Livestrong
  3. Mango Butter by Health Beauty Blog

Mango Butter – From The Heart Of Seeds

Mango butter is one wonderful solution that, when used, turns out to be a boon for the skin.  The composition of it is such that it works as magic on the skin. Mango butter is pure and mild in nature.

Mango Butter derived from the seed Kernel of the Mangoes, this butter is an exceptional quality base ingredient for body care products and soap making recipes. Mango Butter has beneficial moisturizing properties for lotions and acts as a mild lubricant for the skin, and is very similar in color and texture as cocoa butter making it an exotic and fun alternative for toiletry products.

Mango Butter is a tropical butter that has a composition resembling Shea and Cocoa. The fatty acid content is slightly different though. Mango Butter smells slightly sweet and fatty in its natural form; however the refined butter that we offer smells very mild, lending itself well to incorporation within cosmetic and body care creations. It generally has a rich creamy color and is hard at room temperature. It will liquefy at body temperature though or upon contact with skin and subsequently disperses smoothly, leaving a protective, emollient layer. Try using Mango Butter for -

  • Body care products
  • Soaps
  • Lotions, massage creams
  • Hair products

Dermatologists often recommend Mango Butter for the treatment of wrinkles, as most people who use it will notice decreased signs of aging and the disappearance of lines and wrinkles within 4 to 6 weeks of daily use. Reasons to use Mango Butter -

  • Effectively treats dry skin
  • Heals skin rash
  • Heals skin peeling, after tanning
  • Clears blemishes and wrinkles
  • Relieves itching skin
  • Heals sunburn
  • Shaving cream for a smooth shave
  • Treats small skin wounds and skin cracks
  • Moisturizes and smoothes tough or rough skin
  • Fights frost bite
  • Prevents stretch marks during pregnancy
  • Relieves insect bites
  • Promotes healthy rejuvenated skin
  • Heals muscle fatigue, aches and tension
  • Relieves skin allergies such as poison ivy or poison oak
  • Treats eczema and dermatitis
  • Fights off fine lines and wrinkle

Have a look at our reference links now –

  1. Benefits Of Mango Butter by ehow
  2. Mango Butter Benefits by Livestrong
  3. Mango Butter by Health Beauty Blog

Mango Butter Services Hair Care

Mango butter is a wonderful solution. It is applied on the hair for conditioning it. Not only that, when applied on skin too, it does wonders. It has this natural ability to clean and hydrate the skin and scalp.

Mango butter has a light texture that is great to work with, but this mellow-yellow ingredient also has a generous amount to offer in the way of epidermal nourishment. The butter contains a generous portion of phytoesterols that work to help encourage the skins microcirculation as well as barrier function. The natural content of oleyl alcohol makes it a great emollient.

Mango butter also boasts a natural content of a squalane and polyphenols such as catechin, epicatechin, propyl benzoat – antioxidants and free radical scavengers that all help stimulate collagen synthesis. Built-in antioxidant qualities help the skin restore its lipid composition (read: helps the skin rehydrate). Finally, it’s also anti-inflammatory. Mango butter doesn’t even stop there – it also loves hair.

Mango butter is rich in stearic acid, making it an ideal partner for all kins of hair –

  • Damaged
  • Coarse
  • Coily
  • Frizzy

Applied neat, mango butter will add shine, moisturize, and help prevent split ends. Compare mango (below on the left) with shea butter (on the right) and it’s clear that the texture of mango butter is a bit more ‘crumbly’, but it has properties to offer that may outdistance shea in the way of hair nourishment. It also has a price tag to match, as it is a bit pricier than shea.

Mango Butter has many benefits that can really do your skin wonders. The smell alone is enough reason to use it. It is rich in vitamins and minerals that do more for your body than just give you something for your nose to smell. It also contains antioxidants that help your skin in ways that you probably don’t even realize.

There are so many benefits of mango butter that I could go on and on about it. I will hit on a few benefits of the butter today so that you can have an idea of as to why you should use it for the positive health effects it has on your skin. Skin care can be easy as long as you have the proper tools.

Go through our reference links now –

  1. Benefits Of Mango Butter by ehow
  2. Mango Butter Benefits by Livestrong
  3. Mango Butter by Health Beauty Blog