8/7/19

Nubian Heritage’s Mango Butter Collection

Disclosure: I received product at no charge in exchange for my honest review.
My love of mangoes probably began on the Island of Nevis, when I visited there in 2015 for the Nevis Mango Festival. Whether it is blended into a juice or cocktail, chopped for a tropical cobb salad, diced into a delicious salsa, or lathered onto your skin, there are countless ways to enjoy the juicy, summer fruit Mango. I was delighted to discover Nubian Heritage’s Mango Butter Collection, which provides firm, rejuvenated skin ideal for summer, not to mention the tropical fresh scent perfect this time of year. Their products truly smell good enough to eat!
The seed of the mango fruit, first cultivated on the Indian subcontinent and in Eastern Asia more than 4,000 years ago, is revered for its moisturizing benefits. The indigenous people of the tropical rainforest have long used Mango Butter to provide skin a protective moisture barrier against environmental stressors. Rich in carotenoids and antioxidants, Mango Butter provides supple, rejuvenating moisture for the appearance of firmer, healthier looking skin. Nubian Heritage also utilizes Vitamin C in this collection to rejuvenate and firm the skin. These three products that I received are simply wonderful! My skin feels so smooth and soft, plus the wonderful scent lasts a long time.
Nubian Heritage’s Mango Butter Collection of bath and body products is designed for all skin types and includes: Body Wash, Body Lotion, Bar Soap, Hand Cream, Infused Shea Butter, Hand and Body Scrub, Deodorant, and Bath Oil. As with all Nubian Heritage products, the Mango Butter products are cruelty-free, and do not contain parabens, sulfates, phthalates, paraffin, mineral oil, petroleum, DEA, synthetic fragrance, or artificial coloring. I absolutely LOVE the Mango Butter Collection and can't wait to try some of the other products.
The Nubian Heritage Mango Butter Collection is available at Vitamin Shoppe stores and online at VitaminShoppe.com.
For more information, please visit NubianHeritage.com.



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