Hero Ingredient: Mango Butter Benefits for Skin

Blue tansy maybe the star of both our Ocean Polish and Ocean Butter, but mango butter is close second. Used in both our body care products, this creamy, soothing butter (from our favorite fruit) is versatile, extremely moisturizing and has plenty of benefits for your skin. 

How Mango Butter Keeps your Skin Supple

Blended with cocoa, shea and kokum butters in our body balm, mango absorbs beautifully into skin essentially leaving it gleaming. Because of its emollient properties, essential fatty acid content, antioxidants and vitamins like A and E, it's ideal for targeting dry, damaged, dull and aging skin in particular. If you deal with chronic dry skin or are just getting older (as we all are) this luscious butter soothes and moisturizes without leaving your skin greasy, which is key. That being said, this butter is great for all skin types thanks to it being non-comedogenic, meaning it won’t clog pores or aggravate acne-prone skin and in fact can help with skin conditions like eczema or psoriasis. Another win for mango butter.

To recap, the key skin benefits of mango butter are:

  • Absorbs easily into skin without leaving it greasy.
  • Ideal for healing dry, damaged or mature skin because its high essential fatty acid, antioxidant and vitamin content.
  • It's non-comedogenic so it won't clog pores.
  • Can soothe conditions like eczema or psoriasis.

A luxurious natural ingredient

Also used in our body scrub, mango butter helped us to create a creamy paste like texture that envelops fine Pacific sea salt giving you a gentle, but highly effective exfoliation. And because it absorbs so amazingly this key ingredient won't leave you feeling super oily after using it, but actually just perfectly baby soft and ready for a rub down with our blue fluff

All in all, mango butter is a soothing dream that will leave you radiant and nourished.

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