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    Quote Originally Posted by ASordidGod View Post
    I really just meant longer term.
    Wouldn't that be lovely....
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    Any updates

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    tbh

    My nose at night with the cream on looks like its working.

    Then like today, it just looks greasy and bright red

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    gonna do the whole washing the cream off in the morning see if it makes a difference

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    Quote Originally Posted by TSW1988 View Post
    gonna do the whole washing the cream off in the morning see if it makes a difference
    so done the whole concept and woke up to a red/white face.

    Can see it is making skin white again but still not the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TSW1988 View Post
    so done the whole concept and woke up to a red/white face. Can see it is making skin white again but still not the best.

    TSW1988,
    So it has been 70 days since you started the ZZ cream today (you started this thread on March 26 stating, "Started since yesterday to use ZZ cream in the fight against the red nose!" Usually it takes 90 days for clearance, some take longer, 120 days. As previously mentioned, the ZZ cream doesn't cure rosacea, but so far there hasn't been anything found that cures rosacea, all we can hope for is controlling it. As mentioned previously in this thread by me, remission is sometimes reported by some, which is a word that means different things to many, but is usually rare to report, and I try to keep a list of anecdotal reports on this subject. So since you have said today that the ZZ cream 'is making skin white again' it appears you are seeing improvement and it is working. Even those who rave about the ZZ cream report that they have to continue using it as a maintenance routine, say once or twice a week to keep the rosacea beast at bay. Glad you started this thread and keep giving us updates. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brady Barrows View Post
    TSW1988,
    So it has been 70 days since you started the ZZ cream today (you started this thread on March 26 stating, "Started since yesterday to use ZZ cream in the fight against the red nose!" Usually it takes 90 days for clearance, some take longer, 120 days. As previously mentioned, the ZZ cream doesn't cure rosacea, but so far there hasn't been anything found that cures rosacea, all we can hope for is controlling it. As mentioned previously in this thread by me, remission is sometimes reported by some, which is a word that means different things to many, but is usually rare to report, and I try to keep a list of anecdotal reports on this subject. So since you have said today that the ZZ cream 'is making skin white again' it appears you are seeing improvement and it is working. Even those who rave about the ZZ cream report that they have to continue using it as a maintenance routine, say once or twice a week to keep the rosacea beast at bay. Glad you started this thread and keep giving us updates. Thanks.
    Thank you, I really hope over the next 30 plus days i see a bigger improvement.

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