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  • Crack pot dekeritinization theory

    Okay bear with me here. I am phase not tried this and I don't even have the intention to do so.

    Recently I learned about a product called: Baby Foot. It's basically a very harsh chemical that is meant to be applied to your feet to cause callouses to simply peel off. Obviously this is not meant to be used on anyone's glans. But could you? Perhaps a less harsh chemical would be preferred considering it's a different type of tissue. Even if it were proven safe and effective I would still be reluctant to apply an abrasive chemical to my genitals. Just an idle thought I'd like to explore.
    Babyfoot The Original Foot Peel | Foot Care Product

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    Speaking for myself, I would not apply anything like this to the glans.
    Visit my restoration progress journal.

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    • #3
      Along the same lines as mgwise's thoughts, I would strongly suggest using a very weak dilution of ​whatever you apply to your penis.​ ​

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      • #4
        There is something called tretinoin, a super form of vitamin A marketed under the name atralin, that will dekeratinize your inner mucosa in 3 or 4 applications with no adverse effects. BUT it is very expensive and it it prescribed as a topical acne treatment. With insurance it's about $80 for a 50 gram tube. Without insurance A WHOPPING $400 for the same 50 g tube. Maybe you could find a doctor to prescribe this for you?
        If you do this, you better have enough skin to stay covered. It will be very sensitive.

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        • #5
          I would not even apply that to my feet.

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          • #6
            Everybody here wants what they used to have, even if they were only a few days old when they had it. That "it" was the natural, unforced you.

            So there's no good reason to get back some of that "natural you" through forced, potentially unsafe, unnatural means. Cover, and "it" will return naturally, to whatever it will be naturally.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by javeflake View Post
              I would not even apply that to my feet.
              Personally, I would never use this for that purpose. However, it won't hurt you. It's Vitamin A which is a skin support vitamin. Natural IS the way to go about the dekeratinization process once you are covered. Trust me you DO want coverage.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by parsecskin View Post
                Personally, I would never use this for that purpose. However, it won't hurt you. It's Vitamin A which is a skin support vitamin. Natural IS the way to go about the dekeratinization process once you are covered. Trust me you DO want coverage.
                I really do want coverage, which is why I have been restoring for a year. I have decided to not retain at all because it is only a temporary effect.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by javeflake View Post
                  I really do want coverage, which is why I have been restoring for a year. I have decided to not retain at all because it is only a temporary effect.
                  Not sure what you mean by a temporary effect; retaining is one way of beginning the return of function. Why not start now by retaining. Function includes sensation, as in 'good' sensation, as well as any eventual sloughing of extra dead cells due to abrasion et al, so you'll have a gradual increase in that good sensation, which also takes some time to return. Sum it up? Start the good, don't be cautious of it.

                  Why? When it comes down to it, trying to avoid the discomfort that comes from more sensitive tissue is something you have to learn to live with, for the rest of your life, if you truly want to do this thing. Why avoid it now; it won't kill ya. It will be a part of any day you live, when your function has returned.

                  There's always a price : )
                  Last edited by Info; 03-31-2016, 03:45 PM.

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                  • #10
                    BE CAREFUL - Unless you have a not of new foreskin to protect the glans, why would you want a really bare glans being rubbed raw in your clothes all day and all night????

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by lamontal View Post
                      BE CAREFUL - Unless you have a not of new foreskin to protect the glans, why would you want a really bare glans being rubbed raw in your clothes all day and all night????
                      He, or anyone, can retain; this is clear to anyone who actually restores. You just have to cover the glans with shaft skin by just pulling skin over and retaining it in place. You can do this even with a so-called 'tight cut' because shaft skin is mobile, and so is the glans, by just pushing it back towards the body, inside the skin.

                      So it really doesn't take "a (lot) of new foreskin" to do this. A penis is a very plastic structure in the flaccid state. Nature made it that way.
                      Last edited by Info; 03-31-2016, 04:22 PM.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by lamontal View Post
                        BE CAREFUL - Unless you have a not of new foreskin to protect the glans, why would you want a really bare glans being rubbed raw in your clothes all day and all night????
                        THIS! If you don't have the skin to protect it it's just going to go back to the way it was and it's going to be very uncomfortable! Let things happen naturally with progress or retain.
                        Started CI-0 with no movable skin and 0% FEC

                        Currently at CI-4 with 64% FEC

                        See my progress gallery

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                        • #13
                          I guess I'll never understand why anyone would want to put off the best part of restoration. Funny thing is, I just read a quote last night, from a well known writer/producer who states he sees two general personality types in his business: those who include, and those who divide. I see giving a "warning" about the best part of restoration, ie increased sensation, as dividing, not including. Does anyone here who is sincere about restoration want to be behind in, or in fear of, what is possible? I hope not. So my suggestion stands: start now, feel, deal, live life.

                          The place you end up in restoration will absolutely have to include feeling, dealing, and living with increased sensation. This is good, not bad. Don't run from it.

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                          • #14
                            I did retain for 2 weeks and I did gain a lot of sensitivity, But I had to stop during the night due to the normal erections. This just caused me to be even more uncomfortable with the rubbing against blankets. That is why I stopped and decided to wait until I can at least easily retain with full erections.

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                            • #15
                              Chemicals of any sort are usually not properly studied. I would stay away from any sort of chemical anywhere on the body. I think we give our bodies enough of a hard time with things like hair gel, toothpaste, shampoo, deodorant, and shaving cream.

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