Mango Butter - Ingredient Highlight

Mango Butter - Ingredient Highlight

Posted by Bre-Ana Brown on 4th Jun 2019

Our household uses Mango Butter for everything it is a true multipurpose product that we use every day. We use it for our toddler’s eczema, as a night time face cream, to help heal sunburns, for when our children were infants and experienced cradle cap, split and cracked feet and so many other things. My husband is a white water rafting guide and experiences serious skin chaffing like to the point on week long wilderness trips his skin smells like it’s starting to rot in the affected areas. On one trip I pulled out my mango butter and made him put it on because we were still several days from being able to get to civilization and we didn’t have anything else to try to use... he put it on a couple times a day and it was HEALED totally before we got back to civilization. Since then he always makes sure he has a jar in his bag, night stand, bathroom and pretty much throughout the house. I just counted and we have 7 jars scattered throughout our home at this moment.

Although Mango butter originated in India and Asia; it was known as "The Kings Fruit" it started becoming popular throughout South Africa and the Caribbean. Indian and Asian cultures have used Mango Butter and Mango fruit for medicinal purposes for thousands of years. They believed that it could strengthen the heart of a patient, improve their brain activity as well as increase the function of their immune system. Mango Butter is sourced from the seed or kernel of a Mango. It's also known as Mango Oil and Mango Kernel Fat.

Mango Butter is high in Oleic acid, Stearic acid, Linoleic acid, Arachidic acid and Vitamins A, C and E. That's a long list of things. What do they do? How can they help you? Let's see…

Oleic Acid(omega-9) and Arachidic Acid help to improve your immune system and facilitate wound healing. Oleic Acid, Stearic Acid, and Linoleic Acid are great for your skin. They help to maintain the suppleness of your skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines and premature wrinkles (Yes please!). Vitamin A, Vitamin C and Vitamin E contain antioxidants that help combat harmful UV radiation and soothe your skin, boosting the circulation and stimulate skin cell growth. To help maintain a youthful glow and appearance.

Mango butter also has a mild scent so it’s an excellent choice for ones who have sensitivities to scents. Mango butter is a great choice for anyone who wants to moisturize from the tips of their toes to the skin of their face; truly a fabulous and deeply effective multipurpose cream for every inch of your body.