13 Hair and Skin Uses of Mango Butter You Should Know

Mango butter or Mango Kernel Fat or Mango Oil or Mango Seed Butter is a semi-solid butter that melts at room temperature. The butter is extracted, cold-pressed, from the hard seed of the mango.

Mango butter is rich in a lot of skin and hair enhancing vitamins and minerals like Vitamin C and A, Stearic Acid (saturated fatty acid), Oleic Acid (mono-unsaturated Omega-9 Acid), Linoleic Acid, Arachidic Acid, Palmitic Acid, and others

Uses of Mango Butter

  • Mango Butter treats both sensitive and dry skin, moisturizing the skins
  • Mango Butter is rich in Vitamin A, fading off aging signs (fine lines and wrinkles)
  • Mango Butter calms poison ivy and insect bites
  • Mango Butter, rich in Vitamin C, will add a supple, firmer texture to your skin
  • Mango Butter will clear dark spots, scars, and other blemishes. Add ¼ teaspoon of vitamin E with ½ teaspoon of rosehip oil and 2 tablespoons of mango butter to make a cream.
  • Mango Butter will moisturize your curly and thick hair
  • Mango Butter contains a lot of skin-enhancing ingredients that will add youthful, soft, and smooth appearance to your skin
  • Mango Butter will heal rashes and minor cuts
  • Mango butter will treat psoriasis and eczema. Just combine ¼ cup of mango butter with ½ cup of coconut oil
  • Mango Butter is a perfect substitute for Cocoa Butter and Shea Butter
  • Mango Butter can be used to produce bar soap
  • Mango Butter with Aloe Vera Gel and few drops of Peppermint Oil will soothe sunburn
  • Mango Butter will make your hair kinky

Side Effects of Mango Butter

  • Mango butter is not recommended for people with oily skin
  • Just like other natural ingredients, Mango butter may cause rashes, itching, redness, and other effects on some people’s skin. If you notice any of these side effects, you should discontinue the use of Mango Butter