What is PurOrganica Scar Cream?
This review is going to take a closer look at PurOrganica Scar Cream to learn more about how this product works and to see if it’s worth trying out. This product is a scar treatment that is made from a variety of ingredients that are formulated to reduce the appearance of scars. The manufacturer claims that using this treatment can heal, repair and remove old and new scars, surface scars, deep scars, burn scars, surgery scars, and acne scars.
- Organic Herbal Infusion
- Organic Aloe Barbadensis
- Plant Derived Glyceryl Stearate
- Plant Derived Cetearyl Alcohol
- Safflower Seed Oil
- Plant Derived Stearic Acid
- Sunflower Oil
- Plant Derived Vegetable Glycerin
- Palm Oil
- Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM)
- Wildcrafted Arnica Montana
- Vitamin C
- Shea Butter
- Tamanu Oil
- Wheat Germ Oil
- Natural Vitamin E
- Plant Derived Decyl Glucoside
- Natural Preservative Glyceryl Caprylate
- Sodium Carbomer
- Sodium Hydroxide (pH Modifier)
- Antioxidant Tocopherol
- Ethylhexylglycerin (Preservative)
- Honeysuckle Flower Extract
- Honeysuckle Japonica Extract
The manufacturer recommends washing your hands thoroughly then applying a thin layer of cream onto the scarred bruised or blemished areas. For best results use twice daily and continue application as needed. Do not apply to skin with stitches. Only apply after the stitches have been removed.
You should discontinue use if redness or irritation occurs. Talk to your doctor before using this treatment if you are pregnant, nursing, have sensitive skin or have a known medical condition.
What is the Cost?
You can purchase PurOrganica Scar Cream exclusively from third-party retailers. One 30-ml jar available online for $10.99. They do not offer any discounted bulk purchasing packages but that can vary according to the retailer you purchase from.
We were unable to find any mention of a manufacturer’s guarantee and it appears that they do not offer one.
Our Final Review of PurOganica Scar Cream
PurOrganica Scar Cream appears to be a promising tool that can potentially help reduce the appearance of scars. It comes in an easy to apply cream and it is made from a wide variety of ingredients that are designed to reduce the appearance of scars. However, this product is not backed by a manufacturer’s guarantee which is both concerning and risky. The lack of a guarantee suggests that the manufacturer is lacking confidence in their product’s ability. It is risky for the consumer because it means that if you purchase this product and are unsatisfied in any way, you cannot get your money back. Furthermore, the consumer feedback we saw is mixed. Consumers reported that after diligently applying this cream as instructed by the manufacturer, they did not see any improvement in the condition of their scars. The price per jar is relatively cheap but a cheap price can oftentimes indicate a cheap product. This idea is further supported by another common complaint we saw that reported that the nozzle dispenser is faulty and broke for many consumers on the first few tries. Taking these factors into consideration, you are better off choosing a scar treatment that is backed by a strong manufacturer’s guarantee for consumer protection and one that has positive consumer reviews that speak to the integrity of the product.