BLDG Active Skin Repair

They say:

“BLDG ACTIVE was built on a foundation of biotech entrepreneurship and a love for outdoor sports. They make products that promote personal health and recovery through clinically proven technologies. At BLDG, they believe that personal health and the health of our environment are entwined.”

We say:

Anything that makes dealing with cuts, stitches, etc easier is a win in our books. BLDG Active has been floating around for almost a year (?) and is quite a solid product – I’ve used it intermittenly and have had good success with it. 

Speaking in a more broad sense, first aid kits can be something that’s easy to forget (someone else will have?), hard to pack (what do i need) or just not quite up to scratch. So to be able to cover a range of products with on product that’s easy to pack is great. 

BLDG Active Skin Repair

What is BLDG Active

BLDG Active is a multi-functional, non-toxic, skin and wound repair solution. Powered by the same molecule produced by our bodies in response to injury, this medical grade, clinically proven formulation kills 99.9% of all bacteria and speeds the natural healing process.

Right now, there’s two products available :
*Active Repair Hydrogel
*Active Repair Spray

Essentially the same product, but in different application options. BLDG Active Repair kills 99.9% of bacteria, including complex bacteria within 15 seconds of contact and helps speed your body’s natural recovery process. And is all natural, non-toxic, and non-sensitizing (aka no sting).

Bonus points having the WSL’s Chris Prosser backing it as well, read an interview with Chris about BLDG over here. 

BLDG Active Skin Repair

Where to buy BLDG Active?

The gel runs for $30 and the spray runs for $25. There’s a range of stockists across the US, but outside that it’s slim pickings. So if you know Prosser, hit him up, that or get a proxy from the US to ship it over.

You can get it direct via BLDG Active’s online store. But if you’re outside the states you’ll get charged a fairly sizeable shipping cost (basically the same cost of the product) to get it out here in Australia. 

There’s a range of stockists across the US, but nothing outside of the US. So either get a proxy to ship it out to you, or pay the shipping costs, or track down Prosser and get a ‘sample’ from him. Either way, I’d be getting onto it, this is a good product to have in the car, first aid kit, house, etc. 


BLDG Active Skin Repair