Mango is a nutritionally rich fruit with a unique flavor and aroma with health promoting qualities for your body and hair. This fleshy, juicy fruit rich in pre-biotic dietary fiber, minerals, poly-phenolic flavonoids, and vitamins is a perfect source for healthy hair. Mango butter, which is derived from the seed of the mango, is extremely popular with naturals and curlies as it resembles cocoa butter or jojoba esters in its consistency yet slightly firmer. Whether you use the fruit or the butter created from the seed of the mango, the benefits are vast.
It is a popular ingredient in hair care products because of its ability to nourish, moisturize, and add sheen to your hair and aid in blood circulation and cell growth in the hair follicles. If you are not a fan of the DIY and would rather get this natural gem, then check out ten moisturizers that utilize the treasures found in the mango.
Water, olive fruit oil, capric caprylic triglycerides (fatty acid), PEG-75 lanolin (chemically-modified form of lanolin), behentrimonium methosulfate (mild hair detangler), and cetearyl alcohol (fatty acid) make up the first ingredients in this vitamin enriched and organic infusion hair butter. It can be used daily to stave off dryness and prevent breakage.
Repair and nourish extremely dehydrated and damaged tresses with water, behenyl alcohol (fatty alcohol), ethylhexyl palmitate (fatty acid), mango seed butter, and behentrimonium chloride (conditioning agent). Restructure your hair shaft and smooth the scales on the cuticle to make your hair more resistant to external stresses.