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  • gdom
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    Came here for Reality's post. Was not disappointed.

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  • parsecskin
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    Does this work better than the Red Light Therapy in Amsterdam? Lol.

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  • EthoneMTV
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  • salamander6773
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    Interesting ideas. I see you've met our friend Reality. He might lecture you on mitosis and cell division. He means no harm.

    Looked into it a little just now... If the claims of collagen production and wound healing are true, then maybe it is worth the investment.

    Seems too pricey to me though.

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  • Reality
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    Depends on what you mean by "naturally stretching". You aren't permanetly stretching skin, and if you are trying to incorporate a gimmick (red light) into that, then you are wasting your time (and money, I"m assuming).

    Here's the thing: increased mitosis does not come from anything "outside" your tissues, and it has nothing to do with "stretching" your tissues. All temporary deformin (stretching) you skin does is stimulate an internal process already in place. It is programmed internally in your tissues; everything you need is already there. This isn't understood by those who promote gimmicks, or those who try them. But it's your practice, so whatever.

    I post here to remind guys (and silent readers) that they already have everything they need, except control over the process, which they will never have, especially from the "outside" of the process..

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  • WoodyHoody
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    Sounds like you are covering the bases :–)

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  • EthoneMTV
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    Um, what do you think the CAT II Q is for? That is a foreskin restoration device. Some devices are better at naturally stretching than tugging. If I walk around with a DTR, or CAT II Q, like what I wear, then that will stretch my skin without me having to tug or pull on it much with my hands because they act like weights. I've seen progress made. I started restoring in December, and I just started the Red Light Therapy today (tried getting a red light on my phone last week, and I didn't like it). So I've been restoring using a traditional foreskin restoration device longer than the red light therapy. Plus, I also used the tape method. However, I recently ran out, so I need to buy more tape. I use the taping method, I use CAT II Q, I use Subliminal/Isochronic Binaural Beats, and I now use Red Light Therapy. I also tug on my skin naturally with my hands.

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  • Reality
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    If tugging isn't something you can do then restoration isn't for you, even though your skin is waiting for you to apply cycles of tension.

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  • EthoneMTV
    started a topic Red Light Therapy + Restoration

    Red Light Therapy + Restoration

    Heard some good things about red light therapy in conjunction with foreskin restoration. So I decided to try it out. I also listen to binaural beats and subliminals to help me restore my foreskin. Edit: That foreskin restoration device I am using on the left photo furthest left is a CAT II Q restoration device.
    Last edited by EthoneMTV; 09-04-2019, 02:13 AM.
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