Mango Butter.....Is it Really ALL THAT?

October 22, 2014 5 Comments

There are 102 calories in a tablespoon of butter. There are only 35 calories in a tablespoon of mango butter. The taste of each is very similar but the health effects are polar opposites. With mango butter only containing a mere 35% of the calories than butter has, it stands to be an excellent substitute when cooking. Mango butter is not only great for cooking but even better for skin. Unlike most natural butters and oils, mango butter is less oil and has more of a hardened lotion like texture making it a primary choice for people who prefer beauty products with minimal oil. The list below numbers the top 7 ways to use mango butter to improve your everyday life. Order Premium Mango Butter HERE.

1. Substitute mango butter while cooking
Your family may not even notice. The difference in taste is similar to the difference between cooking with olive oil over vegetable oil.
2. Apply mango butter as an all natural sunscreen for babies and children
Mango butter has natural properties that protect against UV rays making it an excellent option for mothers with babies or children who have sensitive skin. Just remember to always apply any product to a small area of the skin to test it out before going all the way.
3. Add mango butter to your nightly face wash routine to improve skin elasticity
Mango butter has many of the same properties as egg whites and they both make a great product for keeping your pores small and skin tight. The great thing about mango butter is that there is no need for the rinse. You can apply mango butter, gently rubbing into your skin until it disappears.
Rub mango butter on your mosquito bites to relieve itching symptoms
the soothing properties of mango butter have been known to relieve the itching of mosquito bites. What better all natural solution can there be? Especially if you have children. Packing a stick or small jar of mango butter in their camp or vacation luggage may be just what they need. The best part is that because mango butter is all natural they can apply it themselves with you worrying.
4. Gift a bottle of mango butter to someone in your life that has eczema
You wont regret it and it may be the only gift of the season that they actually use!
15 million people in the United States alone suffer from eczema; a skin rash that causes small bumps and red color above the skin. Mango butter can not only sooth the itching but can heal the rash completely when applied consistently.
5. Many studies have been completed showing that mango butter can reduce the appearance of stretch marks when used consistently for 4-6 weeks
Stretch marks are something that many women suffer from every year as a result of pregnancy, weight gain or growth during puberty. Mango butter has been proven to lightly heal stretch marks.
6. Mango butter can be whipped in to a soft texture and used as a foot cream to heal cracking and peeling skin on feet.

An at home pedicure may be just the thing you need to relax and what better than having your own all natural foot cream? Mango butter can be whipped or used raw and applied to dry feet to heal and rejuvenate the skin. Best results have been shown on people who apply the butter and cover there feet with socks to hold in the moisture through out the night.
As always remember as a first time user to start with a completely unrefined and raw mango butter to ensure the best results. There is nothing worse than buying a mango butter cream off the drugstore shelf and having an allergic reaction to a chemical. The true healing properties of the mango like many other fruits, butters and oils is best shown when used in it's raw state. After applying mango butter to a test spot on your skin and receiving good results don't hesitate to try one of the 7 uses we have listed above. Each one is a great addition to your everyday life. If you are really brave and want to use mango butter consistently on your eczema or skin take before and after pictures and email them to We would love to see your progress!
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December 10, 2017

Thanks for the great information. Does it have to be kept in the fridge?

Ms Faye
Ms Faye

December 10, 2017

I would love to try the mango butter I use to get it at Dollar Tree,But didn’t see it any more,Didn’t know if it was pure or not.


October 29, 2017

I live in Texas ( Killeen/Fort Hood) do u know where I can purchase mango butter?


February 21, 2017

Mango, seasa or coco butter which one is best
Pls guide


May 24, 2016

Hello, I am a start up soap shop & handcraft natural, vegan skin care products and CP soap. I was wondering if you do reviews? I would love to send you a bottle of our mango butter foot and hand balm in a push up tube, Its mainly mango butter, and maybe a sample soap for a chance at a review… thats if you do that? Thanks for your time. Let me know!

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