Monday, January 13, 2014

Review: Kuumba Made Scar Repair


This is a super long overdue post which I found in the draft part with only pictures and no content. So, here I am, writing or should I say typing this. 

Review of the day is the Kuumba Made Scar Repair.
Scar Repair

Product Info:

Size: 1 oz. / 28.3g
Price: $8.00

Additional Info

(taken from http://www.kuumbamade.com/store/index.php?p=product&id=7):


If you notice, the picture above is different from the product I got. Reason is that mine is the old version and they came up with a new packaging but I can't say for sure if the content is upgraded or not? Do let me know if any of you have tried the new one.

Top part of the bottle looks like this:

Front part of the bottle:

Back part:
As you can see, the ingredients all listed.

 Side part of the bottle:
Product description & how to use

The cap is the screw on type:
It comes with a lid for cleanliness.

 Once you remove the safety lid:
As you can see, it is a salve.

The bottom part of the bottle:
expiry date can be found plus all other additional info.


From the picture in the packaging section, you can see that it is a salve. 


The scent is really strong. Although, I can't seem to describe the smell. It's just like a combination of lots of essential oil.

My experience:

Initially, I bought this to treat my acne scars. Unfortunately, everytime I apply this on my acne scars, I will have a breakout on that particular area. Tried this a few times, actually long enough for me to actually know that this was what caused my breakout. Left this aside for pretty long till I got a scar from being bitten by my dog. The scar was pretty bad although I'm so sorry I didn't take a picture of it. I thought I was going to have that scar forever (ok, i meant for a very long time). Fortunately, I remembered this salve. Used it twice a day. My scar was gone in 4-5 days. As in the scar completely vanished.


Didn't work for acne scars but it works wonders for body scars. And since it's a salve and not a cream, it lasts really really long. I guess that's a good thing about salves and balms as compared to cream.

Would I repurchase?

Yes, why not? But since it lasts for so long, I don't think it's going to finish anytime soon. 

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