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Do not use pure essential oils. Essential oils are diluted in a vegetable oil when applied to the skin. Carry out a skin tolerance test in the crook of your elbow and wait 48 hours before using the oil on the skin. Do not use the essential oil if you notice a reaction such as redness, itching or stinging.
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In medieval India, the Indo-Persian poet Amir Khusrow called the mango "Naghza Tarin Mewa Hindustan" ("the most beautiful fruit of Hindustan").
The mango is at the origin of the "cashmere" design found on many fabrics in India or in the region of India.
And with good reason, cultivated for over 4000 years, the soft, luscious and brightly colored flesh of this Indian native is pure heaven.
At the heart of the fruit hides a large flat seed in which there is a rich butter.
Famous for its moisturizing qualities, mango butter contains a host of skin-rejuvenating and protective antioxidants.
Its smooth texture and its ability to be used by all skin types ensure it a place of choice in preparations of all kinds for the skin and hair.
Rich in oleic acid and stearic acid, in squalenes and in phytosterols, this mango butter gives a very nourishing, emollient and softening type of vegetable fat , ideal for the care of dehydrated skin and hair.
Its creamy texture makes it easy to spread, and, with essential oils or hydrosols added, it makes an excellent base or skin care cream .
It is often used in the composition of lip balms, body butters, after-sun care products and soaps.
Mango butter extracted by pressing and crushing the kernels of the fruit of the mango tree in India.
Mango butter has no particular smell, it does not smell like "mango".
Rich in oleic and stearic acid, squalenes and phytosterols, this mango butter gives a very nourishing, emollient and softening type of vegetable fat, ideal for the care of dehydrated skin and hair.
Composition of lip balms, body butters, after-sun care products and soaps.
It is odorless and can be scented as needed.
The mango tree is a large tropical tree of the Anacardiaceae family.
It is native to India but currently grows in all the tropics.
It has magnificent evergreen foliage, dense and of a beautiful dark green.
The fruit, the mango, can weigh up to 2 kg for cultivated species.
Owning one or more mango trees is a sign of wealth in many parts of the world.
In the 16th century, Mughal Emperor Akbar had an orchard of 100,000 mango trees planted in Darbhanga Gardens.
From Africa, the Portuguese brought it to Brazil and it spread to the New World.
The first cultures in Florida, due to Dr. Henry Perine, date from 1833; the fruit reached California in the 1880s.
Today, the mango is cultivated in all the tropical and subtropical countries of the globe, and several hundred different species are known, of which only a few are marketed.
In the state of Punjab in India, at Burail, grows a mango tree 20 m high, 10 m in circumference, with branches 4 m in circumference and over 25 m in length, which yields 17,000 kilos of mangoes per year.
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