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Scientific Name: Mangifera indica

Source(s): Mango

Origin: South Asia, Southeast Asia, East & West Africa, the tropical and subtropical Americas, and the Caribbean

Melting Point: 30º C

Color : pale yellow

Odour : odourless

Shelf Life : 2 Years

Main Qualities:

  • Supports collagen production

  • Good source of vitamins A, C & E

  • Highly hydrating

  • Can protect against sunburn and frostbite

  • Relieves itchiness

  • Aids cell regeneration

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Mangoes are known as the 'king of fruits' in some parts of the world. Native to India and Southeast Asia, it boasts an impressive nutritional profile. In Ayurvedic medicine, mangoes were believed to strengthen the heart, improve brain activity, and increase the body's immunity. 

Mango butter is a natural fat derived from the seeds of mango fruit. With a melting point below body temperature, this moisture-rich butter absorbs easily into skin and hair, hydrating and softening it. Often combined with cocoa or shea butter, mango butter deeply nourishes the skin and reducing breakage in hair. It contains over 8 acids and vitamins including Oleic acid which stimulates hair growth and vitamin A, which stimulates cell regeneration

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