Mango body butter is hitting the scene; however, a lot of people do not know what Mango butter is.  When you think of mangos, you most likely think of the perfect tropical island get-a-way.  Right? Well let us break it down. 

Mango butter is a types of body butter made from the mango seed and is similar to Shea and Cocoa butter in that it is light and moisturizing without being greasy.   Mangos are easy to love, they are a bright and sunny fruit, calling to mind that perfect tropical get-a-way.  But mango butter is more than just a tropical escape, it actually has tons of health benefits for your skin.

Given the plant that mango butter comes from, it should not be any surprise that mango butter has some of the fruit’s best qualities.  Sometimes called the king of fruit, Mangos are rich in nutrients such as:

  • Vitamins A, B6, E and E
  • Calcium
  • Folate
  • Iron & Potassium
  • Magnesium and Zinc


Mango butter is packed with antioxidants and works as an emollient to soften the skin.Like the fruit, mango butter is delightfully versatile.It has numerous health benefits to try.It is great for all skin types and has a subtler scent than Shea or Cocoa Butter, making it a fantastic all-purpose butter.

It is a light, non-greasy butter that glides on your skin smoothly and absorbs well into skin and hair. Being that it is also non-comedogenic, it will not clog pores, in which it would make a great moisturizing option for people with acne-prone skin.

If you have not used Mango Body Butter before, it will take some time to adjust, but once you fall in love with how soft your skin feels, you will be amazed!


Getting a sunburn is not really anyone’s idea of a good time. Unfortunately, it’s a major risk for skin cancer, which means that when a sunburn occurs, you need to treat it as soon as possible and as effectively as possible.

When used on its own, mango butter has a cooling effect that is a lifesaver when dealing with sunburn. There is also a case to be made that the many antioxidants and vitamins in mango butter help expedite the healing process.


while most of us deal with dry skin and think little of it, moisturizing is vital for your skin’s health. It helps to protect tiny fissures in your skin, and it replaces moisture and oils your skin loses. This helps protect your skin against future damage. Unfortunately, our bodies stop making as much oil as we age. So, what is a health-minded person to do?

Try Suzotic Whipped Mango butter, it is great at moisturizing the skin, as it’s highly absorbent and full of nutrients your skin needs to stay healthy. It also helps restore your skin’s proper oil balance (without causing breakouts).


As previously mentioned, our skin produces less oil as we age. This is part of why we develop fine lines as we age, on top of our skin losing elasticity as we grow older.

Mango butter has a significant amount of fatty acid and mineral content, the exact ingredients your skin needs to slow the appearance of fine lines. Of particular value is mango butter’s high concentration of vitamin A, an essential nutrient for cell growth.

It is also deeply moisturizing without being greasy, which helps your skin maintain a healthy oil balance like the skin of someone much younger.


Finally, you can use mango butter to help reduce the appearance of scars.

Obviously, it is best if you treat healing wounds early to minimize the potential for scarring. That said, you can use mango butter in combination with other healing kinds of butter like shea and cocoa to help promote healing and lessen the scar tissue.


You might be surprised to hear that a body butter is good for treating acne. But keep in mind what we said earlier–mango butter is non-comedogenic, which means it can provide moisture and healthy oil content without clogging your pores.

In fact, it can actually help soothe existing acne because of its anti-inflammatory properties. Once you wash your face, apply mango butter using a small makeup brush. Do not touch your face once you have applied it to avoid introducing new bacteria and oil.


Another one of the benefits of mango butter is its anti-inflammatory qualities that make it great for helping heal minor wounds, dry skin, and skin conditions like eczema. It also makes it a good choice for soothing bug bites.

One of the worst things you can do for a healing bug bite is scratch it, as you will irritate the skin surrounding the bug bite as well. Instead of scratching, apply mango butter to the bug bite. It has a cooling effect that will soothe the itchy sensation and help you avoid scratching. The high nutrient content will also help promote healing.

If you are dealing with a potentially poisonous bite, like a black widow or a brown recluse, you should seek medical attention. However, if you are dealing with a basic mosquito bite, mango butter is good for soothing itchy skin.

If you are looking for your new favorite body butter, take a look at our shop to see what strikes your fancy. We have got several mango body butter options.

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Suzotic Essential Oils

Scent NameScent Description
BergamotA bright sunniness typical of citrus but with a unique floral and spicy edge.
EucalyptusA revitalizing, invigorating, and clarifying aroma, with a strong aromatic minty scent.
FrankincenseA sweet and woody scent with notes of lemon.
LavenderA subtle blend of fresh, floral, clean, and calming. Known for reducing anxiety and promoting peaceful sleep.
NeroliA sweet, honeyed and somewhat metallic with green and spicy facets.
PatchouliPatchouli delivers a strong sweet, musky and spicy scent.
PeppermintCool & refreshing, delivers a nostalgic scent of water, mint & spearmint.
RoseA relaxing and restorative aroma of blooming roses.
SandalwoodSandalwood is a mix of floral, rich, balsamic, soft, and sweet accents. A deep woody scent.
SpearmintOur Spearmint Essential oil is similar to Peppermint, but contains less menthol.
Sweet OrangeProvides an uplifting & calming citrus scent.
UnscentedDespite its name, Mango butter has a subtle, almost non-existent aroma.
VanillaA sweet, warm, complex, and comforting aroma. Versatile and blends well with other essential oils.