Pictures are meaningful to many people as an impetus to try something new and risky, and to trust others. Obviously Healing2021 you've made clear that you think people here don't take enough risks -- in spite of your lack of pictures, your longevity and straightforwardness on this site makes you pretty trustworthy in the grand scheme of things. I think many people are still just assessing the risk.
Also, lilo96 only posted a picture of her lips looking bad with a biopsy scar, and never a picture of her lips being cured by Zyclara. I think the whole point is for everyone to see a picture of your lips at their worst when we meet you, then a picture when you are healed. That isn't difficult.
And Daniel, I'm trying to get sun here in the Pacific NW but it ain't happenin. Caribbean or bust this fall! And just a reminder to folks concerned about UV skin damage, shea butter has a ~5 SPF, which is probably good for a short time in the sun. If you want to spend longer you could try a lip balm cocktail similar to this or spend time in the sun when the rays aren't as direct (i.e. not the middle of the day):