Yah Mon! The Benefits of Mango Butter

Hey Y'all! It is mid-November, and temperatures have plummeted. We all know that with cold weather comes with cold weather woes. Dry, cracked itchy skin under all those layers are an epic fail and a horrible disaster in mixed company, but I digress. Cold weather may also be the last time and place that you would be thinking about mangoes. Because of their origin, mangoes are synonymous with tropical, warm weather.

Affectionately known as " the king of fruit", mangoes are jam-packed with vitamins and nutrients such as: Potassium, Iron, Zinc, Magnesium, and Vitamins A, C, and E. BUT! If you can only think of your mangoes "in ya mooouth", then you should continue reading to learn just how much of this sweet, juicy fruit you can use and what greatness it can do ,for not only your insides, but your outsides too!

Mango butter is extracted from the seed ,or pit, of the mango fruit. It is known to contain higher concentrations of Vitamins A and C than most other popular butters like cocoa and shea. Along with Vitamins A and C, mango butter is rich in Vitamin E, oleic acid, and stearic acid.

-Vitamin A reduces fine lines and increases youthful appearance of skin.

-Vitamin C refreshes and regenerates skin.

-Pure Vitamin E oil helps heal wounds, helps fight signs of aging and is a natural antioxidant. Vitamin E is also said to block free radicals.

-Oleic acid penetrates the skin easily and has the ability to restore natural oils in the skin without clogging pores.

-Stearic acid is shown to protects skin's surface against water(moisture) loss and reinforce skin's protective barrier.

As you can see mango butter is an amazing ingredient in its own right. Because of its amazing properties and benefits, mango butter is a favorite ingredient here at Kingdom Kiss Naturals. Purchase one or both of our available products and let mango butter along with the rest of our AMAZING ingredients soothe your cold, dry lips and skin!

by QKulture

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