Penny Lane Organics Mango Butter
300 g
Penny Lane Organics Mango Butter is a natural cream coloured vegetable fat extracted from the kernels of mango fruit.

  • This butter is highly emollient, softening and soothing to the skin and it helps treat skin rash, eczema, insect bites, and poison ivy
  • Mango butter is rich in antioxidants, vitamin A, C and E which are key ingredients for healthy skin and hair
  • Helps shield against harmful UV rays protecting both the hair and scalp from potential sun damage, making it an extremely effective sunscreen for the hair

Mango butter is a great way to maintain moisture in the hair and keeping it well nourished, as well as providing it with the beneficial vitamins and nutrients it needs to look and feel healthy.

Directions: Use mango butter as a massage cream, as a moisturizer after the shower or instead of a shaving cream. Simply take a small piece of butter and let it melt between the palms of your hands and then spread over the skin or hair roots. Safe to use on children and pets too.

Ingredients: 100% pure mango butter extracted from kernels of mango fruit.

If using Mango butter to make cosmetics - when adding butters to creams and lotions, it might be necessary to gently warm them until the texture can be incorporated into the final product. Using a hand blender, create a vortex with your cream or lotion and drizzle your melted butter to fully incorporate. For addition in soaps, the general rule of thumb is 1 tablespoon per pound. As with most raw materials, results may vary, so we strongly recommend small, lab scale batches prior to any commercial manufacturing.

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Amber: a couple of weeks ago

First time trying mango butter, and I love it! Melts really nicely, I’m really pleased with this product.

Anne: a few months ago

This was my first time trying mango butter. I love it! It makes a very nice body butter and mixes well with essential oils.

DW: a few months ago

It does come super grainy and does not melt in your hands. However, if you heat it up, throw it in the freezer for a quick cooling it comes out smooth with no grains. It is a lovely non greasy butter.

Sandra: about a year ago

Love this butter!! I use it to make my own cream. I have a little one with a very sensitive skin and works perfectly for her.

Sandra: about a year ago

Love this butter!! I use it to make my own cream. I have a little one with a very sensitive skin and works perfectly for her.

Nicole: about a year ago

Its more like raw material to make your own products. Its not that difficult. I mixed it with coconut oil, an unscented body cream & some Tamanu Oil. Placed it in the mixer and it turned out great. I keep it in the fridge. I filled a few jars and still have plenty of mango butter left. (I would not use it as a face cream)

Christine: about a year ago

Great butter. I use it for my homemade hair butter.

Christine: about a year ago

I melt it with olive oil, shea butter, cocoa butter, coconut oil to have an easier using. My son have eczema and it's really helpful.

Jessica: about a year ago

Great natural product! Bought this product because my babies and I have eczema and always used Aveno ezcema or cerave before. They are expensive and contain many ingredients not so natural. I love this mango butter, as soon as I tried it on my 15 months, their skin was smooth and the ezcema went away right after applying it! Usually it takes close to a week for her breakouts to calm down.. yes you need to warm up the butter in your palms but this extra minute is worth it!

Isabelle: about a year ago

I use this on my dry, cracked hands and my little one's dry knees. Work great and I like that it feels waterproof instead of greasy. Nice safe ingrédients for my family.

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