Mangoes are sweet and juicy. Other than being mere tropical fruits that can add excitement after meals and during snack times, they also offer a number of skin, health and health benefits.

Skin Benefits:

  1. Vitamin A in mangoes improves the appearance of scars and blemishes, as well as makes your complexion glow.
  1. Here’s an all-natural blackhead-remover: combine 1 teaspoon of mashed mango, 1/2 teaspoon of milk and honey.
  1. Vitamins A and C in mangoes are anti-aging nutrients. They help delay the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by eliminating excess free radicals.
  1. Rubbing ripe mango on your skin and leaving it there for 10-15 minutes makes for an excellent skin lightener.
  1. Dry mango peel under the sun and turn it into powder. Add a teaspoon of yogurt and mix. Apply the paste directly onto dark spots to improve their appearance.
  1. Boiling a piece of raw mango in water lets you obtain an all-natural astringent that helps heal acne.
  1. Deep-clean your pores by using this easy-to-make cleanser: add mashed mango to 1 teaspoon of wheat flour.
  1. Purify skin using a home-made mango facial wash. To do this, combine a teaspoon of mashed mango, powdered almond and milk.
  1. Remove dead cells that make your skin look dull with the help of the following mixture: 1/4 peeled mango, 2 tablespoons of milk, 1 tablespoon of steel-cut oats and 1 tablespoon powdered almond.
  1. A paste out of equal amounts of mashed mango, oatmeal and honey makes for a face mask suited for sensitive skin.

Hair Benefits:

  1. Instead of a store-bought conditioner, use an all-natural one by mixing the following: mashed mango, 1 tablespoon yogurt and two egg yolks.
  1. Vitamin A in mangoes helps control dandruff. Simply apply mashed mango onto the scalp and leave it there for a few minutes. As a bonus, you get extra shiny hair.
  1. Keep gray hair at bay by regularly applying coconut oil mixed with mango seed with the outer coat removed.

Health Benefits:

  1. Antioxidants mangoes have plenty of help prevent cancer cells from developing or multiplying.
  1. Vitamin A in mangoes is converted into beta carotene that promotes sharper vision.
  1. Soluble fiber and antioxidants these fruits are loaded with help bring down the levels of bad cholesterol.
  1. Mangoes have an alkalizing effect, thereby restoring the body’s normal pH levels.
  1. Insoluble fiber in mangoes help flush out impurities in the gut, allowing you to enjoy a flatter belly.
  1. Mangoes have different types of beneficial plant pigments called carotenoids, all of which help in boosting your immune system.
  1. Antioxidants in mangoes help maintain the youthful appeal of skin.
  1. Mangoes are excellent for women who are trying to get pregnant as they provide folic acid necessary for fertility.
  1. Trace minerals present in mangoes are vital for optimum health. They include potassium, selenium, zinc and copper.
  1. Mangoes are said to help increase your sex drive and stamina.
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