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First, if used topically, the emollient, creamy and long-lasting properties of mango butter nourish the skin and boost its elasticity as well as suppleness, reducing the appearance of fine lines and firming the skin for a firmer appearance. Its high vitamin content protects the skin against environmental stressors and damage caused by overexposure to harmful UV rays. Its ability to melt easily on contact with the skin and absorb into the skin without leaving a greasy residue makes mango butter an ideal ingredient in hair products to control frizz. Its mildness makes it an ideal ingredient in baby moisturizers and products for sensitive skin.

Additionally, mango butter is known to enhance skin's natural radiance and glow while reducing the appearance of dark spots. Besides its softening and soothing properties, it cleanses the surface of the skin of impurities and unclogs pores. The antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-aging properties of mango butter make it an effective soothing agent for skin suffering from dryness, eczema and dermatitis. By restoring and maintaining hydration levels and stimulating cell regeneration, Mango Butter leaves skin feeling plumped, promoting a rejuvenated and revitalized appearance.

Finally, when used in the hair, Mango Butter acts as an effective scalp conditioner that seals in moisture and reduces hair breakage and hair loss by strengthening hair follicles. It protects hair from drying out, controlling frizz and boosting volume so it stays soft, lush and shiny. By locking in moisture and promoting cell regeneration, Mango Butter promotes the growth of stronger, healthier hair. When applied to hair prior to sun exposure, Mango Butter is known to exhibit sun protection properties to help protect strands from the harmful effects of UV rays.


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