Mango Butter

Mango Butter is pressed from the seed kernel of the Mangifera Indica, a tropical evergreen tree indigenous to India and Malaysia. This soap making oil is especially good for dry and mature skin.

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Mango Butter Properties

  • Has skin softening, soothing & moisturising properties. 
  • This semi/hard butter is off-white in color and shares similar properties to cocoa butter and shea butter. 
  • Helps to combat dry skin, eczema and dermatitis. 
  • Helpful in protecting the skin from the weather and UV radiation. 
  • Said to be effective at reducing fine lines and wrinkles. 
  • Reported to benefit frost bite, sunburn, insect bites, rashes and stretch marks. 
  • Contains anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-ageing properties. 
  • A non-greasy and absorbs easily into the skin. 
  • Has a shelf life of up to 24 months if stored in a cool, dry, dark location. 
  • Produces a hard bar of soap with a stable, conditioning lather.
  • Use up to 30% mango butter with the other base oils.

The chart below shows the approximate percentages of fatty acids present in Mango Butter.

As you can see, not only is this soap making oil conditioning but it also produces a hard bar with a stable lather.

Lauric Myristic Palmitic Stearic Ricinoleic Oleic Linoleic Linolenic
    11 42   45 7  
Full Lather   F/L  
  Stable Lather  

This information is provided for reference use only and is not meant to substitute the advice of a licensed health care professional.

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