Lip Balm Made with Mango Butter: What it is and why you should be using it

Lip Balm Made with Mango Butter: What it is and why you should be using it

We’ve often boasted about our lip balm containing the remarkably moisturizing properties of mango butter, but you might be wondering what the big deal is. What is mango butter? What’s so great about it? What makes lip balm with mango butter any better than the kind you’re already using? 

The mango butter advantage:

Mango butter has 5 key advantages that make it a great addition to your daily skincare routine.

It’s non-comedogenic.

Mango butter doesn’t contain any compounds known to clog pores or irritate skin.

It revitalizes dry skin.

Mangos contain a handful of vitamins known to aid skin, specifically those that are beneficial for moisturizing.

It’s antibacterial and antimicrobial.

Mango Butter is unlikely to attract the company of various types of bacteria.

It’s not greasy and is easily absorbed by your skin.

Lip balm infused with mango butter will keep your lips feeling soft without leaving behind a greasy, waxy residue. Your skin soaks it up quickly and easily, so you won’t be rubbing a gooey mess around for hours!

It can help protect your skin from environmental factors.

The salicylic acid and antioxidants naturally found in mangos are known to protect skin from environmental damage such as UV rays. Please note that our lip balms do NOT contain SPF and are not recommended as a replacement for sunscreen.

Mango Butter Lip Balm Pro-tip:

Have you ever woken with extremely dry lips out of nowhere? There’s a reason! Your lips rise in temperature while you’re sleeping in order to flush out toxins and produce new skin cells, resulting in a loss of moisture. 

Apply mango butter lip balm before bed to keep your lips moisturized while they do their thing! This added moisture will help protect the new skin cells being produced. You’ll wake up with soft lips and healthy new cells!
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