Pictures and videos of my restored foreskin.
This is what the opening looks like with out my Foreskin Piercing in.
Temperature plays a large role on the tightness at the end of a restored foreskin.
Cooler temperatures = very tight.
Warmer temperatures = not as tight.
The picture you see now is more on the warmer temperature side.
I will post another picture when it get cooler to show what i am talking about.
Room temp is about 77 degrees
The pictures bellow were taken after about 48 months of restoring,
As you can see the cooler the weather
the tighter the foreskin tip.
Room temp about 68 degrees.
By the way, the foreskin ring does not make the end tighter.
The skin is much like scrotal skin on the way temp effects it.
This picture was taken in the summertime, this is how my foreskin tip looks like in the warm weather. Temperature will have a factor on how tight the end of the foreskin is. When the weather is cooler the tip tends to be tighter. It's about 80° out when I took this picture.
This picture was taken after my foreskin piercing was totally healed.
If you do some research online to see what the average length
of foreskin an uncut man has you will find that full coverage to
some overhang is the average when flaccid.
With an erection the average uncut mans foreskin does not
cover the glans unless he moves it over them manually.
My advice to anyone currently restoring is never give up, there is nothing special or genetically different with me that gave me the ability to restore my foreskin.
Determination and patience are the reasons I have the results I have today......of course having the right tools makes it easier to do.
Okay so there is no reason for this picture...
These pictures were taken at various stages of restoring.
A series of pictures showing how my foreskin looks when getting erection while the foreskin piercing is in place.
Skin starts to retract but is not putting any pressure on the piercing
As the penis becomes more erect
Now let's see how the skin acts without the piercing in place getting an erection.
You can watch the piercing point move as a reference. This would represent my POE.
At about three quarters erection the skin still stays forward pretty good.
You can restore a great amount of skin. When I first began restoring I would never dream this was going to be possible.
This is just a simple grasp on the skin moving it forward, I'm not pulling on the skin I am just simply gliding my hand forward.
Pulling the skin well past the glans with a full erection. Again something I wasn't sure I would be able to achieve when I started.
You can really see the difference in the color of the inner skin versus the outer foreskin in this picture.
The ring does a great job keeping the skin hanging over the glands, there is no pressure put on the ring by the foreskin it just simply hangs there. I can fully retract my foreskin even with the piercing in place.
For anyone choosing to get a piercing I would suggest a 6gauge seamless ring shown here. Seamless rings are better than CBR's since there is nothing for the skin to get pinched on.
After many requests I decided to update the "glide action"of my restored foreskin video. This video is not a "masturbation" video but there is no other way to show how the foreskin moves with an erection other then moving the skin over the glans in a realistic and natural manner. The purpose is to demonstrate how a restored foreskin moves like a natural foreskin and why the foreskin is so important to a man's sexual pleasure.
The foreskin is extremely pleasurable and this is a main reason why men are choosing to restore. Most restoring web sites will not approach this subject visually. I have been requested many times to show the foreskin glide action in greater detail then my previous video.
Glide action of the foreskin is the second biggest reason why men restore.
Without the natural gliding of skin sexual intercourse can become painful from soreness for both men and women. Foreskin is natures way of making all forms of sexual play more pleasurable. You are born with it for a reason.
Overhang is the next step after flaccid coverage. This allows the skin to tighten up when its past the glans.
A close up of the above picture should dispel the myth of a baggy loose foreskin that some fear from restoring. It's images and results like this that prove differently.
Just looking for an excuse to pose naked.
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This video is a few years old and will be updated soon.
This picture was taken Aug, 2016 After not restoring for 1.5 years. The edge of the foreskin is developing a "band" that gives me erect coverage without assist.
I will be posting more on this.
This is how the skin would roll back when I got an erection. This picture is a few years old.
This is how it looks today when I get an erection. Please keep in mind this erect coverage only started to happen after I stopped restoring.
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