Mango Butter 100g
Our 100% Pure Mango Butter is a completely plant-based ingredient made from pure mango.
The process uses a special cold-pressing and steam-refinement method that helps to preserve the butter’s most precious and beneficial components.
Loaded with vitamins like A and E, essential fatty acids, and natural antioxidants, This butter can be extremely nourishing to both the hair and skin.
Packaged now in 100G
11 in stock
Rich in vitamins A, C, D, E, and group B vitamins (folic acid, calcium, iron, and magnesium) for repairing damaged skin and adding luster to hair
- Great for healing bug bites, sunburns, and minor cuts
- Absorbs easily without feeling greasy
- A solid butter ideal for chapsticks, balms, and body butters
- Made from the mango seed, with no added fillers or fragrances
Mango Butter can be used directly as a mild lotion or cream, even on sensitive skin.
For a moisturizing alternative to soap, skin can be washed with Mango Butter in the shower, or it can be used as an alternative to shaving cream.
To prevent stretch marks with Mango Butter, combine it with equal parts of Coconut Carrier Oil and massage it onto the affected areas.
To reduce the appearance of blemishes and dark spots with Mango Butter, it can be added to a regular moisturizer.
Alternatively, it can be made into a spot treatment balm: Combine 2 Tbsp. of Mango Butter, ½ tsp. of Rosehip Essential Oil, and ¼ tsp. Vitamin E liquid inside a jar, then mix the ingredients with a popsicle stick. To this mixture, add 3 drops of Lavender Essential Oil and 3 drops of Helichrysum Essential Oil to enhance the balm’s effectiveness in healing blemishes. Apply this balm to the affected areas of skin.
Used in hair, Mango Butter locks in moisture nourishes the scalp and prevents hair loss.
To create a conditioning Mango Butter blend that controls dandruff, dryness, and itchiness, mix 1 Tbsp. of Mango Butter with 5 drops of Rosemary Essential Oil. Gently massage the blend into the scalp, then wrap the hair with a warm towel for 1 hour to allow it to penetrate into the scalp. Rinse the hair with a mild shampoo.
For a moisturizing leave-in conditioner that is especially beneficial for thick or curly hair, melt ¼ cup of Mango Butter in a double boiler. Next, stir in 1 tsp. Avocado Carrier Oil, 2 tsp. Aloe Vera Gel, and 10 drops Lavender Essential Oil. Pour this mixture into a blender and, before turning it on, place the blending jar into the refrigerator for 15 minutes until the mixture has hardened. Next, blend the mixture until it reaches a creamy texture. This blend can be stored in a mason jar and applied to only the ends of damp hair, rather than the scalp.
Used medicinally, Mango Butter eases tension, fatigue, and muscle aches, especially when used in a massage.
Applied directly to the skin, Mango Butter’s emollience helps promotes cell regeneration, which maintains the appearance of youthful skin.
Mango Butter can be applied directly to skin to soothe the symptoms of eczema, rashes, minor wounds, frost bite, and insect bites.
To calm sunburned skin with Mango Butter, melt 2 Tbsp. Mango Butter in a double boiler, then thoroughly mix in 2 tsp. Aloe Vera Gel. Next, add 3 drops Sea Buckthorn Carrier Oil and 3 drops Peppermint Essential Oil. Refrigerate this blend for 15 minutes before whipping it with a hand mixer until it reaches a creamy texture. Gently massage this mix onto sunburned or otherwise damaged skin. To properly store this balm, keep it in a cool, dark, dry place.
To reduce the appearance of scars with the aid of Mango Butter, a scar balm can be made by first thoroughly melting together 2 Tbsp. Mango Butter, 2 Tbsp. Shea Butter, and 2 Tbsp. Cocoa Butter in a double boiler. Next, stir in 7 drops Lavender Essential Oil, 7 drops Helichrysum Essential Oil, and 4 drops Carrot Seed Essential Oil. Gently massage this mix onto areas of skin affected by scars. To properly store this balm, keep it in a lidded glass jar in a cool, dark, dry place.
To facilitate the healing of wounds with the aid of Mango Butter, it can be made into a soothing salve. First, melt 2 Tbsp. of Mango Butter with equal amounts of Beeswax and Coconut Carrier Oil, then add 5 drops of Tea Tree Essential Oil. Pour this blend into a lidded glass jar and allow it to cool and harden before gently applying it to m