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    Organic Mango Butter 100g

    Rich in essential fatty acids, organic mango butter nourishes and regenerates dry and tired skin. Also very interesting for home hair care, it brings shine to the hair, prevents the formation of split ends and deeply nourishes the hair fibre. It melts at body temperature, so you can use it as a balm and in your solid cosmetics.

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    Refined organic mango butter Botanical name: Mangifera indica Botanical family: Anacardiaceae 100% pure and natural butter from the cold pressing of mango kernels Origin: India Presentation Emollient, nourishing, regenerating, anti-ageing, organic mango butter has a very interesting composition rich in stearic and oleic acids, phytosterols, squalene and polyphenols. Made from the almond contained in the mango kernel, its smooth, rich and melting texture makes it an exceptional hair and body care product. It can be used pure or easily incorporated into recipes for masks, creams and balms. Natural skin beauty Ideal for treating dry, dehydrated, dull or tired skin, mango butter helps to regenerate tissues and promotes skin elasticity. It can be used in combination with rose hip or argan oil for skin in need. It is very effective in reducing old scars. Mothers-to-be can also use it in recipes for balms against stretch marks. We love it in the form of body butter, in our lip balm recipes, but also in the summer in our natural sun and after-sun care recipes. Natural hair beauty As a home hair care product, mango butter is suitable for split, dull, devitalized and frizzy hair. It can be used as a nourishing mask or as an active ingredient in a shampoo. Simple recipes Add it to an oil with proven cosmetic properties: rose hip, argan, borage, evening primrose. This oil should be slightly warmed in a bain-marie to melt a small amount of mango butter - a little to make a face oil, and much more to obtain a body butter texture. To make this mixture even more powerful, add a small amount of sea buckthorn oil. The final aromatic touch: essential oil of geranium, green myrtle or cistus to amplify the regenerative effect - essential oil of chamomile matricaria if the skin is sensitive, or jasmine absolute and ylang-ylang essential oil for an island-scented summer after-sun balm.

    Skin type
    Dry skin
    Normal skin
    Sensitive skin
    Wrinkles & fine lines
    mixed skin
    Face concerns
    Dehydration
    Dryness
    Wrinkles & Fine Lines
    sensitivities & redness
    HAIR CONCERNS
    Caring for curls
    Nourish, repair, add shine
    BODY CONCERNS
    Dryness
    Stretch marks

    Reference
    ICBMB100

    Recipe

    Mango butter lip balm

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