Mango Butter with Argan Oil
- Super hydrating Mango Butter and Organic Argan Oil Treats dry skin
- Clears blemishes and wrinkles
- Great for damaged or ageing skin
- Highly effective moisturizer and emollient
- Unrefined, virgin Mango Butter is...naturally rich in a number of vitamins.
- Organic Argan Oil is skin's savor - super rich in Vitamin E
Mango butter is a sweet smelling semi-hard butter extracted from kernels of the mango. The mango originates from southern Asia and can be found in warmer tropical climates such as Burma and India. Mango butter contains natural emollient qualities that help keep the skin moisturized, therefore when applied to the scalp it – Restores and maintains the moisture Promotes cell regeneration This all contributes to a healthy scalp that in turn results in healthy hair growth.
Mango butter possesses similar qualities to cocoa butter and Shea butter in the way of consistency and benefits, however it contains higher levels of fatty acid making it a more intensive moisturizer. Lack of moisture in the hair can result in weak, brittle hair and in turn leads to breakage and ultimately hair loss. Mango butter contains high levels of antioxidants and beneficial vitamins A, C, and E. Just 1 cup of mango can provide you with 80% of your daily vitamin C intake and 25% of vitamin A. It has been proven that vitamins A and C have a direct influence on hair growth making this ingredient a very important contributor to healthy hair. This natural butter also helps shield against harmful UV rays protecting both the hair and scalp from potential sun damage, making it an extremely effective sunscreen for the hair. Mango butter is a great way to maintain moisture in the hair and keeping it well nourished, as well as providing it with the beneficial vitamins and nutrients it needs to look and feel healthy. At Zakia's Morocco - we know our Moisturizers!
Ingredients: 100% pure Mango Butter ( Mangifera Indica kernel Oil) ; Argania spinosa kernel oil, (Organic Argan Oil)
*Please note when ordering any natural butter, the texture may be altered if the material experiences melting, such as in transit or during processing. The material may be warmed, mixed, and quickly cooled to re-solidify into a smoother consistency.