Botanical name: Mangifera Indica

A juicy, nutritious-dense fruit that goes well in a smoothie, on its own or in a tropical cocktail. Cheers to that! There are over 500 known varieties of mangos which are grown all over the world from India, Thailand and Africa. A well-loved superfood mangoes are nutritionally high in fibre and are an optimal source of vitamins A and C.

In skincare, mango seed butter is extracted by cold-pressing de-shelled mango fruit seeds. What is produced is a creamy, smooth and soft butter that is rich in moisturising and repairing properties. There are countless benefits of Mango Seed Butter and below are some personal favourites:

🥭 Mango seed butter is high oleic acid, omegas 9 essential fatty acids that soothe and restore, dry, flakey, and irritated skin. These nutrients help to condition the skin, without it feeling greasy.

🥭 Mango seed butter is an occlusive, meaning it forms a protective barrier on the skin locking in hydration, preventing the skin from drying out.

🥭 Mango seed butter is packed full of antioxidants which help to protect the skin from radical damage. Free radicals are molecules that become unstable when exposed to oxidative stressors such as pollution, UV rays and cigarette smoke. They can cause premature ageing, however, the ageing effects can be neutralised by applying antioxidant-rich skincare.

To protect, condition and nourish your lips use Sweet Orange our long-lasting, moisturising lip balm. Apply as often as needed, as a daily, juicy lip balm or overnight lip mask. Your lips will drink this tropical, creamy formula for lips that are soft, smooth and supple.

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Written by Roshanne, The Glowcery Founder

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