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Mango Butter - Mango Butter is extracted from the fruit kernels of the Mango tree. This butter is solid at room temperatures but melt upon contact with skin (approximately 87 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit). Our butter is carefully refined and deodorized and can be used straight as a balm, or in other products, such as creams, lotions and soaps with a suggested usage rate ranging from 5% to 100%.

INCI name: Mangifer Indica Seed


Average Rating:
(based on 11 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 11 Reviews:

by Janie
on 4/8/2014
Best EVER!
I just love this butter. I use it in all my butter whips, oil blends and lotions. Its just that good to me. Can't wait until its back in stock. April 8th, 2014 I hope. Waiting, patiently?
by Diana
on 3/27/2014
Mango Butter
I ordered this as it was on sale and I always wanted to try mango butter. This was my first time using mango butter in CP soap. It was a bit grainy as others described but that's to be expected as it is very cold here in Maine right now. It was easy to work with right out of the bag. I slowly melted it and it worked very well in my soap. I'm happy with the results. Thanks for a quality product.
by Summayia
on 3/25/2014
Loved it
The mango butter is grainy because of the temperature fluctuation of the weather, traveling time etc. Mine was grainy as well but once i melted it, used it in my recipe, it came out wonderful. I will be ordering more very soon.
by Taleda ~ Bliss Body & Bath
on 3/22/2014
Is it supposed to be this grainy?
I've always purchased my Mango Butter from another supplier but the Month Special here on MB got me excited so I purchased 10lbs. I've never felt ANY butter like this; very gritty or grainy literally right out of the bag it came in on the day it arrived. Its not hot enough in Vegas for the weather to mess with the consistency so I am not sure if this is the "right" texture or if something is off. I did use it in a body butter blend with shea, coconut and illipe, I always melt then whip then put in freezer, back and forth until I get my preferred butter thickness. I don't feel the grit in the finished product so I suppose the end result is what matters. I also read the blog on "tempering", which seems like what I do anyways. So? I guess my review is, it ain't pretty but it works fabulously!
by Racheal
on 3/16/2014
is it supposed to be grainy?
I received my order a few days ago, and today while transferring it over into a different container, it felt and looked grainy, the consistency of... Well, it kinda looked like a chilled sugar scrub, thick and grainy. I'm guessing this isn't how its supposed to be, but what do I do? Can I fix the graininess? Or...?

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Racheal! Thanks for taking the time to leave a review. Mango Butter can appear grainy right out of the bag however; you can help eliminate some (if not all) of the graininess by easily tempering it. One of our favorite bloggers did a great how to on this. Here is the link to that blog post!

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