Mango butter comes from the seeds of the mango tree which is rich in antioxidants, vitamin A, C & E, oleic acid and stearic acid. It has a high oxidative & emollient ability, wound healing and regenerative activity. It is semi-solid at room temperatures, but melts on contact with living skin.
Botanical Name : Mangifera Indica.
Method of Extraction : Mango butter is extracted from the mango kernels by hydraulic pressure or by solvent extraction. Color & Smell : The mango butter is a soft yellow color & emits slightly sweet and fatty aroma. Applications : Commonly used in Soap making, Skin care and Hair care products.
1) Mango butter contains natural emollient qualities that help keep the skin moisturized, and promotes cell regeneration that in turn results in healthy hair growth.
2) Mango butter also lends to protects against the sun’s UV rays & prevent drying or rashes of the skin and formation of wrinkles.
3) Mango butter reduces degeneration of skin cells and restores elasticity.
4) Mango butter helps & heals with insect bites, sunburn, eczema and skin irritations.
5) Mango butter can be commonly used as lip balm and lotion bars.
1) Direct eye contact should be avoided.
2) Can trigger allergic reactions.
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