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  • How to get more shaft skin that isn't hairy and get rid of hairy shaft skin

    I was circumcised very tightly, and I have a lot of hair on my shaft, and my testicle skin is connected to my shaft. I am wondering how to get skin that isn't hairy because when I have tugged, it tugs on my testicle skin on my shaft, because I have such little shaft skin. Do I just keep tugging?

  • #2
    The best way is manual method #2. By isolating the skin just below your scarline, it will grow. Once you have grown enough the scrotal skin will recede to where its supposed to be. So KOT!

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    • #3


      If you tug, you will not, YOU CANNOT, get more hairy shaft skin. It's impossible.

      When skin is expanded it will NOT also expand hair follicles. Hair follicles lie under the skin you are tugging on. They do NOT respond to tension like your shaft skin does. They never will. So you won't get more hairs, ever. When you tug you are causing your shaft skin to grow more of itself. And that's it. So you get more shaft skin, NOT "stretched" skin with more hair.

      Just tug. Everything that you want will happen.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Info View Post

        If you tug, you will not, YOU CANNOT, get more hairy shaft skin. It's impossible.

        When skin is expanded it will NOT also expand hair follicles. Hair follicles lie under the skin you are tugging on. They do NOT respond to tension like your shaft skin does. They never will. So you won't get more hairs, ever. When you tug you are causing your shaft skin to grow more of itself. And that's it. So you get more shaft skin, NOT "stretched" skin with more hair.

        Just tug. Everything that you want will happen.
        I'm glad to hear that too.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by parsecskin View Post
          The best way is manual method #2. By isolating the skin just below your scarline, it will grow. Once you have grown enough the scrotal skin will recede to where its supposed to be. So KOT!
          Out of curiosity, why does everyone suggest this method, or even 3? I use method 1 - where im pinching and tugging at the scar line with my finger tips and not touching anything else, because I figure for someone as tightly circumcised as me like OP, I dont want to put tension on all the scrotal skin that takes up the underside of my shaft

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          • #6
            Thank you for this post. In my quest for the perfect ride for my wife I have just now really took a notice at how much hair is all over my shaft all the way up to the circ scar, in a random follicle or two. Can't wait to get back to tugging.
            Listen to your body. Do what works for you. Best of health! Good luck!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Guest View Post

              If you tug, you will not, YOU CANNOT, get more hairy shaft skin. It's impossible.
              Sorry but this is not true.

              As a LONG TIME tugger who is a "grow-er" with penile skin that is pulled up from the scrotum when erect, it is possible for hair to be "pulled" up along the shaft over time by means of tugging. I have pubic hair that extends all the way up my shaft to the rollover point that got there via tugging.

              If you are a "grow-er" like I and many other men are, there really is no way to avoid this. What I've used to try to remove this hair permanently is a home laser hair removal device. I first started using Silk'n (which I do NOT recommend) and later used Tria (which I do recommend). Tria is NOT painfree but it is effective if used regularly.

              The other method I use is simple old plucking. I've been mainly plucking hair recently because most of the hair on my shaft is now gone but sometimes still use it for spot treatment of resistant hairs. Beyond that the only thing you can do is shave regularly, which I also still do for those areas too sensitive and difficult to reach.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Swingshiftworker View Post

                Sorry but this is not true.

                As a LONG TIME tugger who is a "grow-er" with penile skin that is pulled up from the scrotum when erect, it is possible for hair to be "pulled" up along the shaft over time by means of tugging. I have pubic hair that extends all the way up my shaft to the rollover point that got there via tugging.

                If you are a "grow-er" like I and many other men are, there really is no way to avoid this. What I've used to try to remove this hair permanently is a home laser hair removal device. I first started using Silk'n (which I do NOT recommend) and later used Tria (which I do recommend). Tria is NOT painfree but it is effective if used regularly.

                The other method I use is simple old plucking. I've been mainly plucking hair recently because most of the hair on my shaft is now gone but sometimes still use it for spot treatment of resistant hairs. Beyond that the only thing you can do is shave regularly, which I also still do for those areas too sensitive and difficult to reach.
                Same issues here, even when using method 3 :/

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                • #9
                  I think there is some wording that is making this difficult to parse out, and results in people thinking they are disagreeing, when they are more likely agreeing. I will try and add some clarification, hopefully I succeed, if not, well, I tried my best.

                  I agree with what Info said. We are triggering skin cells to either divide, or stay in the basal layer, perhaps both. The end result is that we have more skin. The evidence I have seen is that this growth occurs very close to the place that the tension is applied. I tug at my scar, and I grow skin close to that location, not way down at my balls. And, the tension does not trigger hair follicles to multiple, rather they simply spread out, becoming further apart, if they happen to be in the area that is growing more skin.

                  Now, for what seems like most guys, the skin that is close to where they are applying tension is hair free, more or less, so they see more skin without hair being grown and their hairy skin settling back down toward their body. There is goo agreement on this. There are, however, some men that have hairy skin very close to their scar line, or where they are applying tension. In these cases, they may have to live with growing some hairy skin. But this growth of hairy skin means they will see a larger amount of hairy skin over time, but the hair will be spread out, ie less hairy. so, even in this "worse case" scenario, they will have less hair per unit area of skin when all is said and done.

                  Note, I am ignoring two side issues. The first is that, yes, we temporarily stretch the skin when tension is applied, and this tension often pulls all the skin up toward the glans, making it temporarily appear that the hairy skin is closer to the glans, but this is not growing skin and goes away after the tension is released. Note the word "trigger" I used previously. We are triggering the cells. After the cell is triggered, we can remove all tension and it will still do its thing. Think of a gun. You pull the trigger and everything else happens in sequence. Better yet, think of growing plants. You water them and they grow. The water triggered the growth. But you had to wait for the plants to grow, ie do their thing. Temporarily pulling the skin up the shaft to apply tension is not causing the skin to grow up the shaft.

                  Secondly, we actually have hair all over our shaft skin, whether we can see it or not. Most areas of our body have hair, even if we can't see it or don't notice it. Only some areas of our bodies have hair that is easily visible. And, of course, some people have more than others. And some intact men have more hair on their penis, and closer to their tip/glans, than others.

                  So, for probably the majority of men, you will not expand hairy skin, and in fact the opposite will happen, the hairy skin will settle down closer to your scrotum over time, as you grow skin. And, for most men, the worst case scenario is that nothing will change, in terms of hairy skin on their shaft, but they will grow skin that is hairless between the hairy skin and their glans, resulting in a less hairy shaft, even if the skin does not "settle" back toward their body.

                  And, even if you are stuck with hairy skin right up to your scar, you can try to minimize the hairiness of your final restored foreskin, by applying tension in a way that minimizes how much the hairy skin grows. For example, as you start out, you can apply tape at the scar line, or even to the inner skin side of the scar line, minimizing how much tape is on the hairy skin. This will expand some hairy skin, of course, but just the minimum, and as you grow more skin you can keep the tape on the scar line, so that you gradually get less and less hairy outer skin near the scar, perhaps even leaving the hairy skin behind. At worst, the hairy skin that is grown will be less hairy that what you started with.

                  Of course, you can remove hair as well, and, you can decide not to worry about it too, taking the approach that it is within the normal variation of what men have.

                  Hope that helped, rather than cause more confusion.

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