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  • #16
    Here's a picture where you can see the difference between my normal skin and the 2 spots where I applied the cream. Picture was taken 21 hours after application - https://i.imgur.com/c7wUYNq.jpg?1

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    • #17
      The picture is somewhat blurry, I can only see two pale areas and redness around them, which is great. The thing is, are you sure that the cream works in the same way as Mirvaso does, because that wouldn’t be so great. If you want to have your cream analyzed, send it to any chemical laboratory and share the results with us, please.

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      • #18
        What I meant when I said that it works similar to mirvaso is that it treats only the spot where it's applied and that the results are temporary (from what I know so far after only using it a couple of times on various spots). I don't know whether the mechanism is the same though ie vasoconstriction of the blood vessels. Although after I had a shower most of my face turned red except for those 2 spots.

        I'll see about getting some quotes from a chem lab. I have no idea what something like this would cost.

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        • #19
          It’s temporary, because you only treat two spots and only for a short period of time, so even if the cream’s way of action is antibacterial, those spots become constantly contaminated by the surrounding untreated bacteria.

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          • #20
            Right, I guess that makes sense in theory but the fact that it works so fast after one application is what seems strange to me. And I've now confirmed that there is in fact rebound redness - https://i.imgur.com/ZOWMlG6.jpg

            That lower spot is never that red in the mornings and only gets that way when I'm having a flare up. I won't be using the cream anymore, at least not until I find out what's actually in it.

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            • #21
              Zudaifu Cream - Confirmed as containing steriods

              Please see https://www.gov.uk/government/news/h...ntain-steroids

              https://www.express.co.uk/life-style...nt-NHS-warning

              As far as I know, this only applies to the cream, but not sure about the Zudaifu soap bar.

              Let's face it, buying from countries which don't exercise the same consumer controls as in the West, means you are taking a risk.

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              • #22
                That's one reason why I won't buy Chinese skin treatment products on ebay... The manufacturers know they can put in steroids so that people will get an initially miraculous result, before the steroid-induced problems start.

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                • #23
                  Just found out today and didn't realise it was known for a couple of months now. At least we have confirmation now.

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                  • #24
                    I think it’s not the case for zz cream


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