Mango

#PlantPowerInEveryShower

The Potent Aloe & Mango shampoos and conditioners from Herbal Essences are crafted using real aloe vera and mango, as certified by plant experts at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Giving a basket of mangoes as a gift is considered a gesture of friendship in India

What is mango?

Originally from India, the delicious mango has managed to garner immense popularity across the globe. It grows on the 'Kalpavriksha,' also known as the ‘wish-granting tree,’ and is revered as the ‘King of fruits!’ In the Indian culture, this royal fruit also symbolises life and is a part of several sacred Indian rituals. Can’t think of a good gift for your friend? Head over with a basket of mangoes as a gift, because it is considered to be a gesture of friendship. So, how about we seal our friendship with a bottle of mango shampoo!

Did you know that this tasty fruit is highly nutritious as well? A single medium-sized mango fulfils up to 90% of your daily vitamin C quota! It’s a complete package.

This fruit definitely appeases to your taste buds, but did you know that there are several benefits of mango for hair and skin? It is a rich source of vitamin A, which is why mango is used for promoting hair growth. Using mango for hair increases the production of sebum, which moisturises the scalp and keeps your hair healthy and shiny.

Herbal Essences Aloe & Mango formula harnesses the goodness of mango and combines it with the amazing properties of aloe vera. The result is well-defined, bouncy curls, and healthy-looking hair that is a head-turner. Revel in the delicious fruity fragrance that restores your mane’s shine.

Corner Image

Where does mango come from?

People in some countries are lucky enough to have mangoes growing in their backyards! If you want to pick the juiciest mangoes on your own, head to a snow-free tropical or subtropical climate. Though mangoes are native to South Asia, Burma, and Eastern Asia, it grows in any tropical climate.

Did you know that mangoes have become one of the most widely cultivated fruits in the tropics? In fact, India and Pakistan consider mango as their national fruit, and the mango tree is Bangladesh’s national tree.

Corner Image