Review: Earth Mama Angel Baby C-Mama Healing Salve

Whether or not you've had a child, most of us have collected a scar or two over the years. Unless you think of them as "battle scars" to wear with pride, you might wish to reduce the appearance of your scars. There are many scar healing creams on the market, but very few are as safe as Earth Mama Angel Baby's C-Mama Healing Salve.

Pros:
  • Helps reduce the appearance of scars
  • Works on old scars as well as more recent scars
  • A little goes a long way
  • Made with very natural, mostly organic ingredients
  • Safe but effective
Cons:
  • Will need to apply 2-3 times a day to see results
Summary:
This salve has the texture of a waxy balm, but it melts on contact with warm skin. It has an herbal smell from the blend of gentle, mostly organic oils. It applies as a light oil, so this one ounce jar will last a long time. However, the texture is fairly thin when applied so it requires reapplication throughout the day. I tested this on some old scars, but nothing as dramatic as a c-section scar. The reviews on the Earth Mama website are generally positive, and I did see a small improvement, even in my old scars. I believe the effect will be more dramatic on newer scars. I was glad to see this salve rated an extremely low 0 on EWG's Skin Deep scale, and that the formulation is vegan. If you want a gentle way to heal scars old a new, this salve may be just the ticket.

Also available on Amazon.com.

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Disclosure notice: This product was sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. No additional compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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