The skin’s job is to protect you from external germs and substances. It protects our inner organs from heat, dust, bacteria, dirt, and even water. Yet, sometimes we get into accidents that damage the skin. An example is when a kid trips or falls and gets skinned knees. The natural way the body heals broken skin is through scarring. Many skincare manufacturers market sebo de macho as a product that removes scars that is especially effective if applied when a wound is new. However, the question is: Does it really work? Are the claims true? Here, we discuss what scars really are, what sebo de macho is made of, and what it actually does when we use it on our skin.