Mango Butter: A Tropical Gem

Mangifera indica
(The Mango Seed)
Photo Credit: Randolph Femmer

Native to Eastern India, the Mango belongs to the Anacardiaceae line. It is a relative to the cashew and pistachio trees. Mango seeds have traveled across many nations with the help of their human carriers / traders. Persian traders used to carry mango seeds to the Middle East. It was then introduced to Africa by the sea from the Portuguese people in the 16th century which was then taken to Brazil in the 1700's. With our help mango seeds have traveled from the Middle East, Asia, South America and East Africa by 300 / 400 A.D. By the 19th century it made it to Mexico & Northern America. Currently, although sold in the U.S. they are grown commercially in Ecuador, Mexico, Brazil, Peru, Haiti, and Guatemala.

We often think about the internal health benefits that come from a Mango, but there are also skin and hair benefits to using the oils from the Mango Seed. If you are a lover of Mangos then you're going to fall in love even more:

  • Maintain the softness, suppleness, and radiance of skin & hair.
  • Maintain the softness, suppleness, and radiance of skin & hair.
  • Reduce the appearance of aging, such as premature wrinkles and fine lines.
  • This mango butter is non-oily and non-greasy when applied on the face.
Full of antioxidants this tropical gem is going to work wonders on your skin and hair! Have you fallen in love yet? Don't worry you will! Nala & Femi just got even better! Why?  

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  • Thank you very much for the information you shared.

    Urist Cosmetics Inc

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