Does Mango Butter smell like mangos?
Unfortunately, NO Mango Butter does not smell like mangos. Mango Butter is not made from the fruit itself, which is where the distinct fruity scent comes from, it is made from the kernel of the seed, and is virtually odorless.
What can I use Mango Butter for?
Mango Butter contains powerful compounds and antioxidants that include many benefits! It can be used to help soothe acne, with healing dermatitis and eczema, it a good moisturizer that promotes hair growth and retain moisture in the hair and skin, delays the signs of premature aging and wrinkles, increases the production of collagen, helps protect the skin from sun damage, and it also helps make the hair and skin radiant and soft.
What’s the composition of Mango Butter?
Mango Butter contains an incredible arsenal of compounds like: Arachidic, Linoleic, Oleic, Palmitic, and Stearic Acids; Vitamins A, C, & E; as well as phytosterols, tocopherols, and triterpenes.
Is Mango Butter better than Shea Butter?
Mango and Shea Butter both have great benefits for the hair and skin that are very comparable. Its really a matter of preference. Mango Butter is lighter and has less of a scent (virtually odorless) than Shea Butter, is particularly good for sensitive skin, and doesn’t look as greasy in the hair. Shea Butter is said to have slightly more nutrients, whips better (producing more body butter than the same amount of Mango Butter), and has a longer shelf life.
Mango Butter is a natural butter that expeller or cold processes the kernel from the mango fruit seed. Its has a rich creamy texture and an off-white color. Mango Butter is full of incredible antioxidants and powerful compounds that have amazing hair and skin benefits.