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Mango Butter Lotion Bar Recipe - DIY Homemade Recipe for Skin Care

Lotion bars are one of our favorite cosmetic products to prepare (and gift!). They're so simple to create and make a great gift for ladies without breaking the budget! They are also much friendlier to the environment and perfect travel companions. Say goodbye to large lotion bottles and spillage in bags!

Mango Butter Lotion Bar Recipe

In this lotion bar we will be using Mango butter. It is full of essential nutrients and absorbs right into the skin. It does not leave behind a greasy residue either. Read on to know more about mango butter lotion bar recipe.

Benefits of Mango Butter Lotion Bar

Mango butter is high in antioxidants and acts as an emollient to moisturize and soften the skin. This makes it an excellent skin enhancer. Before getting into mango butter lotion bar recipe lets know the benefits of mango butter lotion bar

  • Good for Dry and Itchy Skin: Dry skin causes irritation and itching, which mango butter lotion bar helps to avoid. It's a good source of triglycerides (a form of glycerin). Mango butter is also high in emollients. Emollients are fatty acids that soften the skin and prevent it from becoming dry and irritated. It also includes Vitamin C, which has several benefits for your skin.
  • Protection from UV Rays: When mango butter comes into contact with air, salicylic acid is produced. Salicylic acid is a great exfoliator that works by softening keratin, a protein found in the skin. This aids in the removal of the scaly, itchy, and dry top layer of the skin. It's also commonly used to treat eczema, psoriasis, and other dry skin problems.
  • Anti-Aging: According to some research, mango butter lotion bar includes antioxidants such as vitamin C, which help your skin fight free radicals. Free radicals are chemicals that cause damage to the body. They cause tissue and DNA damage, causing wrinkles and other skin problems. Antioxidants help to keep your skin wrinkle-free. It also helps to produce collagen, a protein found naturally in your skin that maintains it tight and wrinkle-free.
  • Acne Fighting: Even oily, acne-prone skin needs frequent hydration and nutrition. However, choosing a solution that won't aggravate your already irritated skin might be difficult. Mango butter lotion bars come into play in this situation. Mango butter is non-greasy, lightweight, and non-comedogenic (meaning it won't clog your pores). It's also antimicrobial, so it can assist with acne flare-ups. It not only nourishes acne-prone skin, but also helps to minimize acne outbreaks by signaling the skin to produce less sebum.
  • Reduces Blemishes and Scars: Though the mango butter lotion bar can be used to heal existing scars, prevention is always the best option. As a result, whenever you suspect skin damage (such as an acne scar or stretch marks from pregnancy), begin using mango butter as soon as possible. It will aid in speedier healing, give several nutrients and antioxidants, increase skin cell turnover, and greatly minimize damage.

DIY Mango Butter Lotion Bar Recipe Without Beeswax

It's much easier than you think to make a non-greasy lotion bar without beeswax. It's a lot less expensive, plus you'll know precisely what you're putting on your skin. Here's a mango butter lotion bar recipe to teach you how can you do that:

Ingredients:

  • 4 Tablespoon organic cocoa butter (52g)
  • 2 Tablespoon pure refined organic mango butter (27g)
  • 1 and a half Tablespoon safflower oil (19g)
  • 1 Tablespoon tapioca starch (7g)
  • 35 drops of vanilla fragrance oil

How to Make Step by Step:

  • Melt the cocoa butter and shea butter in a small saucepan over low heat.
  • Mix in the safflower oil and tapioca starch well.
  • Once the liquid has cooled, add your essential oil of choice. (You may transfer it to another container or put it in the fridge for 5–10 minutes to chill it down faster.)
  • Pour the liquid into a silicone mold, or use metal pans if you don't have one.
  • Freeze for an hour and a half (or a little longer if you keep it in the fridge), then remove from the silicone molds/tins.

How to Use:

When the lotion bar comes into touch with your skin, it will melt. Apply by rubbing the lotion bar between your hands or straight on any part of your body (arms, legs, elbows, knees, etc.).

DIY Mango Butter Lotion Bar Recipe with Beeswax

Above we have discussed how you can make mango butter lotion without beeswax now. We are going to make this Mango butter lotion bar recipe with beeswax. Continue to read to know more about it.

Ingredients:

How to Make Step by Step:

  • Melt your beeswax and sweet almond oil in the microwave in 30 second bursts in a heat-safe measuring cup.
  • Allow time for the mango butter to melt in the heated mixture. Place in the microwave for 10-12 second bursts if it doesn't melt.
  • Stir in your Geranium essential oil completely.
  • Fill each silicone heart cavity with a little pinch of rose petals. Cover some of the petals with the oil mixture using a spoon (which helps the petals stay in place). Allow to cool for a few minutes before pouring the remaining oil mixture into each cavity.
  • Allow 1-2 hours for the lotion bars to solidify before using. Place in the freezer to harden fast if required (can sometimes prevent crystallization).
  • Take it out of the mold and nourish your skin with goodness.

How to Use:

When the lotion bar comes into touch with your skin, it will melt. Apply by rubbing the lotion bar between your hands or straight on any part of your body (arms, legs, elbows, knees, etc.).

DIY Mango Butter Lotion Bar Recipe with Essential Oil

Consider it a solid-form form of a hand and body cream. This mango butter lotion bar recipe is wonderful for dry hands, after a shower, or even on your lips. It's a genuinely versatile product.

Ingredients:

  1. Sweet almond oil: 20 grams
  2. Mango butter: 17.50 grams
  3. Beeswax: 12 grams
  4. Vitamin E: 0.50 grams
  5. Essential oil of your choice:0.50 grams

How to Make Step by Step:

  • Weigh all of the components except the vitamin E in no particular order while letting some water boil in a pot.
  • Place the bowl into the saucepan and stir occasionally to enable the ingredients to melt slowly.
  • Remove the bowl from the saucepan once the ingredients have melted, stir gently, and add the vitamin E.
  • Re-mix the lotion and pour it into a mold.
  • Now all you have to do is let the solid lotion cool in the freezer for 30-40 minutes before carefully unmolding it.
  • Your bar is now set for you to use and enjoy!

How to Use:

When the lotion bar comes into touch with your skin, it will melt. Apply by rubbing the lotion bar between your hands or straight on any part of your body (arms, legs, elbows, knees, etc.).

Conclusion

There you have it. You are now aware of all the wonderful benefits that mango butter has to offer and the mango butter lotion bar recipe so that you can get to making your very own mango butter lotion bar. This bar is exceptionally hydrating and will soak right into your skin. The best part? All the ingredients that you could possibly require are available right here, at Veda Oils!

Frequently Asked Questions

Q.1 Is mango butter lotion bar greasy

No. Mango butter bars do not leave a greasy residue on your skin.

Q.2 Is mango butter lotion bar hard or soft

Mango butter bars are solid at room temperature. It will start melting only once you rub it in between your palms.

Q.3 What is the difference between lotion and lotion bar

A lotion bar is a solid version of a liquid lotion.

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