King of fruits Mango have some amazing benefits you never knew.
Mango is very delicious and juicy fruit. And, as you possibly throw the seed out, those seeds are actually used to make mango butter.
The Mango butter is a creamy, soft butter. It has a very soft scent. It is extracted from the de-shelled fruit kernels of the mango tree. And then it is boiled and heated in order to complete the ideal reliability.
Sunburns are dangerous for skin. It is no fun. But you can help treat and soothe using mango butter. And you can use it on its own rubbing the mango butter between your palms to melt it then gliding it onto your skin. Actually, this recipe for a cooling cream with mango-butter is ideal for the sun damaged and healing skin and sunburns. Here is the remedy. Given below
Take 2 tbsp mango-butter and add 2 tsp of aloe vera gel in it. Then you can add 3 drops of sea buckthorn oil and 3 drops of peppermint essential oil. First of all
Melt the mango butter in a double boiler. And then add the aloe vera gel in mango butter. Mix it well and then add your peppermint oil and sea buckthorn oil. And place it into the refrigerator for 15 minutes. Then remove it and then whip using a hand mixer until creamy. Spread the results lightly onto your sunburned or damaged skin. And It has a shelf life of up to 18 months if stored in a dry, cool, dark location.
And if you are suffering from dry tresses you can use mango butter. It is good moisturizer especially if your hair is thick /or curly, the mango-butter makes a magnificent moisturizer. This is best used as part of the following recipe.
Take 1/4 cup mango butter and 1 tsp of avocado oil and add 2 tsp of aloe vera gel and 10 drops of lavender essential oil in it. For this recipe melt the mango butter in a double boiler and then mix in the avocado oil, lavender oil, and aloe vera gel. Then Pour this mixture into your blender. But don’t turn it on just yet remove the container. Place it in the refrigerator for 15 minutes until it is hardened. And now place the container back into your blender and blend until the result is a creamy texture. And you can store it in a mason jar. Then use it as a leave-in conditioner on damp dull hair, applied mainly on the ends and avoiding the scalp.