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Beauty Tips 5 reasons why mango butter is good for your skin

Say goodbye to your skin disorders with mango juice.

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5 reasons why mango butter is good for your skin

Mango butter is a natural plant butter – just like shea or cocoa butter and it’s immensely useful in the natural beauty world!

Mangoes are more than the delicious fruits that taste like heaven in your mouth. These luscious fruits contain seeds or stones that we usually throw away. But did you know that these seeds are used to extract mango butter?

Pulse.com.gh brings you 5 reasons why mango butter is good for your skin

1. Heals Rashes

Moisturize, protect and heal nicks and cuts using mango butter. You can use it straight out of the jar or make your own healing balm by mixing (2 tbsp) of mango butter with 5 drops of tea tree oil.

2. Blemish control

You can actually help clear blemishes and dark spots using mango butter! You can mix in a little with your usual moisturizer. Or better yet, make your own blemish-busting cream!

3. Soothe bug bites

Bug bites can be extremely irritating – in fact, that incessant itching can even keep you up at night, but fortunately, mango butter can come to the rescue. Just dab a little onto any bug bites for relief. In addition to stopping the itch, it will reduce inflammation and help heal your skin faster.

4. Treats dry skin

Mango butter hydrates the skin. It is ultra-moisturizing. It hydrates skin, plumps it up and prevents dry itchy and tight skin. It’s perfect to be used as a hand cream, face cream or body moisturizer.

5. Eczema Treatment

Mango butter is anti-inflammatory and can help treat dry itchy and red skin caused by eczema and psoriasis. Make eczema cream right at home to use every after a shower.

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