|Silicone Rubber Cone|
If you're circumcised, chances are you have no idea what you're missing. The foreskin you were born with was meant to protect your glans from the drying effect s of clothing and air, keeping it supple and sensitive. Now you can get back some of the sensation that was taken from you.
200,000 men are restoring their foreskins. It's done by gently applying tension to the penile shaft skin, which induces it to grow (just like the earlobes on those exotic tribesmen on Discovery Channel). Eventually foreskin restorers have enough of their own skin to keep their glans covered. There are various methods and contraptions to tug on the skin. I'm offering a simple affordable alternative.
With this simple device, the gains in sensitivity come right away. The cone allows you to pull your own skin forward over your glans and keep it there. Nothing allows your glans and "inner" skin (between your glans and the circ scar) to regain health better than a protective sheath of your own skin. It must look puzzling, how it could stay in place without any form of adhesive, but it does. The everting tendency of your skin to roll back out keeps it in place. Google "Your-Skin Cone Guide" to see illustrated instructions.
If you can force enough skin to roll forward when flaccid to temporarily "hide" your glans, then this cone will work for you. If you can't, contact me for advice. You will need to send us your glans width measured with a ruler from side-to-side while flaccid and while erect.
Wear this comfortably under your briefs, and while you sleep (you may have to slip it back on occassionally; I get through most nights - including nocturnal erections - without it coming off). Your results depend on how diligently you use the device, and also on how you were cut. Keep your glans covered for a few months and I think you'll be preaching about restoration as loudly as I do. Even if you eventually wish to invest in - or make - a tugging unit to re-grow slack skin, your retaining cone will always be a useful part of your regimen, protecting your sensitivity. (This cone also serves as the retaining shell for the TLC Tugger tapeless foreskin restoration device, available separately).
Each device is hand cast from CLEAR rubbery silicone, and will possess minor variations not affecting performance. Complete illustrated instructions (600k .pdf file or 7-page hardcopy).
Many men in their 30s and 40s find themselves frustrated by diminished sensitivity. Restoration is perfect for them. If you're lucky enough to be reading this at a younger age, here's your chance to head off the losses. You can learn more about foreskin restoration by checking out resources like Yahoo Groups, or look up the web site of the National Organization of Restoring Men (NORM). You can also join in the TLC Users discussion at the Foreskin Restoration Network online forum. This cone allows you to restore glans sensitivity with or without making a commitment to a full-blown restoration.
I apologize if you think this is adult material, but it's not. If you're old enough to have your genitals mutilated, you're old enough to receive info on how to make it right.
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