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Have you ever heard of Mango seed butter? Mango butter is the type of fat that is made from the mango seed.

Mango butter is chock full of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals that far exceed the moisturizing and barrier-boosting abilities of other better-known butters, even setting it up to be a potential anti-aging wonder!

What are some of the health benefits of using Mango seed butter?

Super Hydrator: Thanks to its butter-like texture, mango butter is a powerful emollient for dry skin, forming a naturally occlusive, protective barrier that could help to boost skin’s own natural barrier function. 

Helps Fight Fine Lines and Wrinkles: Mango butter is stacked with antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals that set it up with some pretty potent anti-aging properties. With a high percentage of tocopherols (vitamin E), mango butter could help fight environmental stressors.

Protects skin: mango seed butter contains triterpenes, which are plant compounds that have anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and antimicrobial properties that can help protect skin and aid in the repair of dry, irritated, and generally upset skin.

Helps Repair Hair and Reduce Breakage: Thanks to its high concentration of fatty acids, mango butter can be used as an overnight hair mask to increase natural shine and help reduce breakage. It can also be beneficial for scalp health with its antifungal and antimicrobial properties.

How to Use Mango Butter

Pretty much mango butter can be slathered anywhere on the body, including the hair and face! It is safe to use mango butter throughout the day. If you have more oily skin, consider using it it less frequently, sort of an as-needed basis. 

I make my own mango seed butter and extract it using coconut oil. My blend also contains extra anti-aging and moisturizing ingredients. Now available for purchase!

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