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6 oz. Mango & Shea whipped moisturizing hair butter. Prevents breakage and works to enhance natural curls. This butter also locks in moisture to soften dry, brittle hair.


Gold Butter

  • Avocado oil
    Avocado oil is extremely rich in oleic acid and monounsaturated fats, making it one of few oils that can actually penetrate the hair shaft and moisturize your hair, rather than sitting on top and coating your hair

    The fats also strengthen the hair shaft and help prevent breakage.

    The oil itself is rich in: antioxidants, minerals,essential fatty acids, biotin and vitamins A, B-5, and E

    Helps seal cuticle cells, which can prevent hair from breaking

    Penetrates deep into the scalp and shaft (perfect for damaged hair) but is lightweight and won't weigh down thinner textures.

    Avocados naturally contain biotin, a member of the vitamin B family that plays a major role in the growth of healthier, thicker, and longer 

    More effective than other oils that clog or sit on top of the hair strand

    Mango butter
    Rich in vitamins A and E. Deep moisturizing and regenerative effect on both strands and scalp

    Softens dry hair, reduces breakage and smooths split ends

    Incredibly moisturizing for hair and can be particularly useful for anyone who has thick, coarse hair.

    Used as a sealant to lock in moisture and prevent your hair from becoming dehydrated.

    Naturally makes hair strands stronger and more manageable.

    Protects Against Sun And Heat Damage

    Mango also butter contains mangeferin, an antioxidant that 
    works well at repairing split ends due to the high amount of isostearic acid.

    It can also provide extra nourishment to dry, flaky scalps. This can act as a treatment or a preventative measure for dandruff.

    Shea butter 
    Shea butter is full of fatty acids and vitamins which help to hydrate your hair. Shea butter also has emolliating qualities, helping to lock in moisture without leaving hair heavy or greasy

    Fatty acids also help increase shine and reduce the frizz of your hair.

    Shea butter’s anti-inflammatory properties might also help reduce redness and scalp irritation by providing healing effects without clogging the pores. 

    sweet almond 

    Soothes and moisturizes the scalp and helps hair appear stronger, softer, and shinier

    As an added benefit, almond oil is gentle on your scalp 

    Coconut oil
    Amazing at deep conditioning, helps your cuticle retain moisture by acting as a sealant, preventing any previous moisturizing products you've applied from exiting your hair shaft

    For those with thinning or fine hair, coconut oil helps slow down hair loss by penetrating deep into your hair shaft to prevent protein loss, which in turn prevents breakage

    Removes build-up around your hair follicles to jumpstart hair growth.

    It can also be used as an effective treatment for dandruff 

    Jam-packed with antibacterial properties and nutrients

    Prevents split ends, adds luster and shine and even improve your hair's manageability for styling.

    Vitamin E oil
    Boosts scalp health, stimulates hair growth and increases hair strength/shine.

    Prevents hair loss

    Potent scalp antioxidant and hair hydrator

    Vitamin E may help create a healthy scalp environment because it stimulates the capillaries, which increases the blood flow to the scalp and encourages hair growth.

    The moisture vitamin E oil brings to the scalp and hair helps maintain that post-salon shine

    Sweet Almond oil 

    The active nutrients and properties of almond oil have been shown to help hair appear stronger, softer, and shinier. As an added benefit, almond oil is gentle on your scalp 

    It also soothes and moisturizes the scalp

    Do not use if you are allergic to any of the ingredients listed above.

  • Apply a dime size amount, rub until butter melts into hands and apply directly on your natural hair. 

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