Focus on: mango in skincare

Skin Analysis
22 Apr 2016

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Today we are looking at the fantastic skin properties of mango butter, which, although not as well-known as similar butters such as shea and cocoa, performs incredibly well and is lighter on the skin.

Extracted from the kernels of the mango tree, mango butter is bursting with antioxidants, vitamins and essential fatty acids, with anti-inflammatory and anti-ageing properties. It leaves no greasy residue on the skin and helps to soften, soothe and hydrate.

Perfect for normal and dry skin, it can also be used to help treat dermatitis and eczema, thanks to its healing and regenerative properties.

We harness the powers of mango butter in the Claudia Louch Natural Skin Clinic Hydrating Mango Face Cream, which provides a protective emollient layer upon the skin and is particularly effective at treating dryness, itchiness, skin damage, lines and wrinkles.

To check out the complete Claudia Louch Natural Skin Clinic skincare and cosmetics range, click here.

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