Mango butter is a cocktail of youth for the skin and hair

The vitamin C found in mango stimulates the production of collagen and thus helps preserve the suppleness and youthfulness of the skin. Anti-aging virtues accentuated thanks to antioxidants and polyphenols which fight premature aging of the skin. In addition to its ability to slow the signs of aging, the essential fatty acids present in mango butter make it an excellent moisturizer for the skin.
Just like phytosterols which have anti-inflammatory properties while helping the skin to fight against wrinkles. Applied daily, the mango butter leaves the skin soft and plump. A wonder for dry skin!
antioxidants: which effectively fight aging of the skin
squalene: which naturally stimulates the production of collagen
essential fatty acids: for hydration
 Antioxidant, rich in essential fatty acids and vitamin C, by itself, it hydrates the skin and hair, slows down their aging but also boosts the production of collagen

Here are two DIY recipes for you to try at home

Here are two DIY recipes for you to try at home

1. Mango butter pre-poo. For this DIY you need:

2 tablespoons of mango butter

1 tablespoon of shea butter

2 tablespoons of honey

2 tablespoons of organic olive oil.

Melt the butters and oil in a bain-marie while mixing. Add the honey off the heat and let it cool a little. Apply everything on your hair from roots to tips, and leave for an hour under a plastic cap before your shampoo. 2. Whipped cream for the body with mango butter. For this recipe you will need: 30 grams of mango butter, 20 grams of organic coconut oil, 2 grams of vegetable glycerin (for sweetness), 8 drops of vitamin E 8 drops of aromatic mango extract mango. Melt the butter and oil in a double boiler. Remove from the heat, add the rest of the ingredients and mix well before allowing to cool. Once hardened, whisk until you get a creamy but airy texture.

2. Whipped cream for the body with mango butter. For this recipe you will need:

30 grams of mango butter,

20 grams of organic coconut oil,

2 grams of vegetable glycerin (for sweetness),

8 drops of vitamin E

8 drops of aromatic mango extract mango.

 

Melt the butter and oil in a double boiler. Remove from the heat, add the rest of the ingredients and mix well before allowing to cool. Once hardened, whisk until you get a creamy but airy texture.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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