Mamey Sapote

The mamey sapote (Pouteria sapota) is a species of tree native to Southern Mexico.

Its sweet fruit is commonly eaten in many Latin American countries.

Oil pressed from the seed is used in beauty products. 

It has excellent moisturizing properties, it protects the skin and promotes growth of hair.

The women started using the fruit, extracting the oil and applying it to their hair for shine, thickness, and growth stimulation. Their long hair was cut in order to be sold as natural hair wigs, which were a very much sought after commodity in the international markets.
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In olden days, this tree was grown for giving shade to the coffee fields to have a better harvest.

Attributed antibiotic properties; in addition to its high content of carotenoids which gives the property of anti free radicals.

Mamey Waterproof Mascara

Contains: mamey seed oil,sweet almond oil, beeswax, carnauba wax, palm kernel wax, soybean seedwax, iron oxides 77491, cyclomethicone, palm oil, potasium sorbate, tocopheryl acetate, orange oil, lemon oil, bergamot oil.