The power of mango for a beautiful skin
Autumn is here with colder temperatures making your skin dry. But how can you keep your skin moisturised and glowing in this weather? That’s why today we’d like to talk about the amazing benefits of one of our favorites ingredients: Mango Butter.Mango Butter is a highly moisturising and nourishing emollient. It protects your skin from external aggressions such as cold temperatures, sun, wind making it one of the best ingredients for your skin during the cold and dry months of the year.
For those of you not familiar with this fantastic, natural ingredient, read on to learn more about how mango butter can improve your skin.
Mangoes are native to Southeast Asia and India. In Asia and South-East Asia, mango has been used in traditional medicine for its healing, moisturising, and rejuvenating properties. It is one of the most consumed fruits in the world with more than 100 countries that are cultivating mangoes. Mangoes have spread almost over all the tropical areas: towards the South and Southeast of Asia, Australia, Madagascar, East of Africa, Brazil and Central America. It also grows in subtropical areas of favourable climate like Florida, South Africa, Israel, Cyprus and Egypt.
We all know the mango for being a delicious and juicy fruit that we can eat. But did you know that mango butter has a lot of benefits for your skin?
Here are some amazing benefits of using mango butter in your skincare routine
Thanks to its rich fatty acids , mango butter helps to maintain skin hydration. Mangoes are also full of antioxidants which have anti-aging properties.
Improves Skin Tone
On top of its moisturising properties, antioxidants improve skin tone. Mango skin extract can reduce dark spots and patchy skin tone for a more even complexion.
Using mango butter or extract in your skincare routine will give you a healthier, brighter and softer skin. The fruit is also a great source of vitamins (E,A,C), which all act as antioxidants in your body.
- Vitamin A reduces dark spots
- Vitamin C plays a role in collagen’s production, which is the most abundant protein in your skin and it gives it elasticity.
Mangiferin is an antioxidant found in mango’s skin and kernel. This antioxidant is known for protecting your body from cellular damage. It also eases inflammation produced by skin conditions like acne or rosacea.
Reduce signs of aging
A low amount of vitamins E and C in your body makes your skin more sensitive to environmental factors that would damage it and lead to premature aging.
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Its creamy texture deeply moisturises your skin while regulating sebum production and even your skin complexion.
It is suitable for all skin types, especially for dry skin.
This is why mango is our favourite ingredient when it comes to hydration to get a glowing skin all year round.