Mango Body Butter
For dry skin48hr moisture
Fancy a trip to the tropics? Our Mango Body Butter is your one-way ticket to softer, happier, holiday looking skin.
If your skin is a little on the dry side, or you simply love the scent of soft-squidgy nourishing mango, then our Mango Body Butter has your name on it. It’s a rich, hydrating tub of goodness for the days when you want to give your skin a moment of buttery indulgence. A moment that will last for up to 48 hours.
It’s enriched with Community Fair Trade mango seed oil from India, seducing your nose with the luxurious scent of sun-soaked mangoes, dreamy beaches and endless sunshine. And just like all of our famous Body Butters, The Body Shop’s Mango Body Butter is infused with indulgent shea butter. Just smear it all over your limbs, bum and tum as it melts into your skin for that silky-soft feeling.
The Body Shop’s Softening Body Butter is an exotic treat for the senses, skin too. But if you’re new to us, you might be asking "What is Body Butter?". Not to worry, read our helpful guide and you’ll have that body-popping feeling in no time.
- A buttery, hydrating treat for dry skin
- Enjoy 48hrs of precious moisture
- Helps skin feel oh-so-soft and silky
- Enriched with Community Fair Trade mango seed oil from India
- Nothing greasy, nothing sticky, just smooth moisture that melts into skin
- Buy a big 6.7 oz tub to keep you going
Community Fair Trade mango seed oil
Helps skin glow like a juicy mango
Mango seed oil is brilliant for the skin, thanks to its high antioxidant content and ample Vitamin A and E.
Mango seed oil is a mini miracle. It’s extracted from the kernel of the fruit, which would otherwise be chucked away. Every bit of the mango is used, which is why it’s known as ‘gold on the streets of India.’
We work with Manorama Industries in Chattisgarh, India to source our Community Fair Trade mango seed oil. Local women’s cooperatives collect the mangoes from forest floor and hand-peel them, before the seeds are cracked and extracted for their precious oil.
The women in these cooperatives are trained in harvesting methods and creating a sustainable source of income. They also work hard to help protect India’s mango trees, so we can trust our trade isn’t doing the world any harm.