Mango butter has been traditionally known for it's skin softening, soothing, moisturizing qualities The protective properties help to restore flexibility and reduce degeneration of the skin cells. Ideal for all skin types.
I am so in love with these products!!! I've been lucky enough to try a few and this one hasn't let me down either. It has a wonderful fragrance that isn't too overwhelming and is very pleasant. I didn't find the soap at all drying and in fact pulled a total naughty and used it on my face (cue all women gasping in unison) and my face still felt good afterwards, not dry and parched.
I love that the price is totally reasonable and the other big factor for me is that like the others there is no SLS so I can enjoy something a little pampering without worrying so much about what is going into the environment.
A winner with me!
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