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Sodermix Non-Steroidal Cream Review

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Sodermix Non-Steroidal Cream is manufactured by a Swiss company called Life Science Investments Ltd. The cream promises to help treat scars and those of psoriasis eczema scars.

Sold in a 30g tube, the cream claims to be a good treatment for new and existing scars.


The active ingredient on Sodermix Non-Steroidal Cream is a natural Superoxide Dismutase (SOD), which is a patented vegetal active ingredient specially extracted from green tomatoes.


Sodermix Non-Steroidal Cream can be applied topically on dry and clean scars daily.

Possible Side Effects

Sodermix Non-Steroidal Cream does not contain any steroids. There have been no side effects reported.


Each 30g tube of Sodermix Non-Steroidal Cream is available at $35.18.


There is no mention of a guarantee on their website. For more information, you may get in touch with the manufacturer directly.


It does not offer a money back guarantee. At the same time, it lacks doctor endorsement and a FDA approved facility.

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