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    Quote Originally Posted by antwantsclear View Post
    Have you tried Zhongzhou cream Boris? I used to use Soolantra but it stopped working. It's important people are aware of low risk options that are very helpful for rosacea. Many people are successfully using Zhongzhou on this board.
    yes i have and it burnt my face - infact ive got a full tub if anyone wants it ... its not low risk at all ant , its just a likely to cause a bad reaction to some people as anything else ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by boris View Post
    yes i have and it burnt my face - infact ive got a full tub if anyone wants it ... its not low risk at all ant , its just a likely to cause a bad reaction to some people as anything else ...
    I have soolantra untouched if you wanna swap?

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    Quote Originally Posted by antwantsclear View Post
    Yeah that's right. Efracea is about £30 a month I think, unless you get it on NHS prescription in UK. It may be more in other countries.

    I see you are in the UK, so you should be able to get Efracea on prescription if you find a good GP - it is licensed for rosacea, unlike many of the treatments people take for the condition, which means there's no good reason your GP shouldn't consider you for it.
    Il suggest it when I see my derm again

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    Quote Originally Posted by TSW1988 View Post
    I have soolantra untouched if you wanna swap?
    sure , pm me !

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    Quote Originally Posted by boris View Post
    yes i have and it burnt my face - infact ive got a full tub if anyone wants it ... its not low risk at all ant , its just a likely to cause a bad reaction to some people as anything else ...
    A lot of people do dilute it. Do you have any remainder of that burn or has it completely healed? Because lasers and most oral medications have the potential to cause permanent damage in a minority. Some people complain of side effects from Soolantra as well, although usually mild.

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    Quote Originally Posted by antwantsclear View Post
    A lot of people do dilute it. Do you have any remainder of that burn or has it completely healed? Because lasers and most oral medications have the potential to cause permanent damage in a minority. Some people complain of side effects from Soolantra as well, although usually mild.
    sorry , to clarify - it didnt actually cause my face to burn , as in scab over burn , but it did cause bad irritation and redness - and it was watered down !

    i do find soolantra a lot better for me , its quite soothing ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by boris View Post
    sure , pm me !
    Just replied back to you

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    Quote Originally Posted by boris View Post
    sorry , to clarify - it didnt actually cause my face to burn , as in scab over burn , but it did cause bad irritation and redness - and it was watered down !

    i do find soolantra a lot better for me , its quite soothing ...
    I agree Soolantra is a nice option - but I'd beware it does seem to stop working for some people after a while. I still sometimes use it as it's a nice moisturiser that rosacea skin tolerates well anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by antwantsclear View Post
    I agree Soolantra is a nice option - but I'd beware it does seem to stop working for some people after a while. I still sometimes use it as it's a nice moisturiser that rosacea skin tolerates well anyway.
    agreed , i dont use it every day now , just when i remember !

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    Quote Originally Posted by boris View Post
    agreed , i dont use it every day now , just when i remember !
    Wish it worked for me.

    Sent you a pm fella

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