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Just about done peeling. Reckon it’ll be all done by tomorrow morning.

The skin looks great. After the 4th peel, the skin looks fantastic compared to what it did in early november. It’s like I never had any discoloration at all. And I had such bad discoloration, I was embarassed to have sex with a girl, in the dark even, because the light of the TV being on would be enough to show the discoloration.

I may only have needed one peel ( I can’t be sure though) if I had done a long burn the first time. But being weary, I slowly did longer and longer peels as a caution.

Tiger, how did you get the discoloration? Was it from clamping or the extender or what?

Just made my peel.

12 minutes. My penis looks normal though, no white skin after I washed off.

Is that normal?

It´s like nothing was done.


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Yeah, it takes a couple days for the skin to darken and peel

How often did you measure?
And when did you first see results?

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The discoloration is probably due to hemosiderin deposited in the skin. Wart removals work on the superficial epidermis, so if the hemosiderin deposition is in the lower layer dermis, I guess it won’t work.

That is why I was asking above what caused his discoloration. I have discoloration from clamping and am having an awful time trying to get rid of it. I basically am not, despite several peels. I suspect that discoloration from things like clamping and horse 440s is deeper in the skin than discoloration from external “trauma” like hangers, ads, maybe jelqing, etc.

Haven’t been on here in awhile, but noticed the other day that I still had some discoloration I did not like. Barely noticeable, but noticeable to me. So I looked up my old thread. And figured I’d share to others what I did to help with the stinging pain of this procedure.

Once the wart remover is on, (obviously as I have stated, along with many others) there is a very strong stinging sensation until the procedure is done. Which I think is why a lot of the time, this procedure does not work for some people, because the pain is too much to bare, and most people have to remove the wart remover before it can seep into the skin for a long enough period of time. As previously recorded, doing 5-8 minute peeling procedures didn’t do much for me, but it was when I went to 12-15 minutes that I started seeing the discoloration actually budge. However most people can only take about 5-8 minutes with the solution on their skin.

Tip: Ice your unit BEFORE you put the wart remover on to help numb the skin. THEN, after you apply the wart remover, and the wart remover dries, put the bag of ice back onto your unit to help numb the stinging sensation. This will help you get a deeper, longer burn. I did this today and I kept the wart remover on for over 15 minutes, no problem. (Afterwards of course, use baking soda and a little bit of water to remove the wart remover excess and end the procedure)

Again, do this at your own risk. I don’t know any long-term health affects of putting wart remover on your skin for 15 minutes, (I imagine there isn’t any long-term health affects, or it wouldn’t be an OTC ointment) I just know this worked for me in removing discoloration. And I got the idea to do this, from the ‘shedding the snake’ thread that was posted on this website.

Hope this helps

Originally Posted by the tiger
Haven’t been on here in awhile, but noticed the other day that I still had some discoloration I did not like. Barely noticeable, but noticeable to me. So I looked up my old thread. And figured I’d share to others what I did to help with the stinging pain of this procedure.
Once the wart remover is on, (obviously as I have stated, along with many others) there is a very strong stinging sensation until the procedure is done. Which I think is why a lot of the time, this procedure does not work for some people, because the pain is too much to bare, and most people have to remove the wart remover before it can seep into the skin for a long enough period of time. As previously recorded, doing 5-8 minute peeling procedures didn’t do much for me, but it was when I went to 12-15 minutes that I started seeing the discoloration actually budge. However most people can only take about 5-8 minutes with the solution on their skin.
Tip: Ice your unit BEFORE you put the wart remover on to help numb the skin. THEN, after you apply the wart remover, and the wart remover dries, put the bag of ice back onto your unit to help numb the stinging sensation. This will help you get a deeper, longer burn. I did this today and I kept the wart remover on for over 15 minutes, no problem. (Afterwards of course, use baking soda and a little bit of water to remove the wart remover excess and end the procedure)
Again, do this at your own risk. I don’t know any long-term health affects of putting wart remover on your skin for 15 minutes, (I imagine there isn’t any long-term health affects, or it wouldn’t be an OTC ointment) I just know this worked for me in removing discoloration. And I got the idea to do this, from the ‘shedding the snake’ thread that was posted on this website.
Hope this helps

Werent there non painful methods for skin damage removal?

For those who have successfully done it: is your circumcision scar less visible now? I have very little discoloration from PE but my jagger circ scar is darker and I don’t like it.

Hey guys I used to clamp and pump a lot and got discoloration. Over the years and with use of a skin lightener I eventually got rid of it. Go to the African American hair section at Walmart and look for something to fade dark spots on the skin that are off tone. Don’t use bleach products use the ones without. Put it on and it will get rid of layers of skin and remove the iron stuck in the blood cells after a few months.


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Originally Posted by animalwannabe
Hey guys I used to clamp and pump a lot and got discoloration. Over the years and with use of a skin lightener I eventually got rid of it. Go to the African American hair section at Walmart and look for something to fade dark spots on the skin that are off tone. Don’t use bleach products use the ones without. Put it on and it will get rid of layers of skin and remove the iron stuck in the blood cells after a few months.

Thanks! No pain?

Nah no pain. Just don’t get it in your hole.


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Originally Posted by animalwannabe
Nah no pain. Just don’t get it in your hole.

Sweet this blemish remover needs to be on the pe toollist…. Some of the other methods are painful.

Originally Posted by the tiger
Haven’t been on here in awhile, but noticed the other day that I still had some discoloration I did not like. Barely noticeable, but noticeable to me. So I looked up my old thread. And figured I’d share to others what I did to help with the stinging pain of this procedure.
Once the wart remover is on, (obviously as I have stated, along with many others) there is a very strong stinging sensation until the procedure is done. Which I think is why a lot of the time, this procedure does not work for some people, because the pain is too much to bare, and most people have to remove the wart remover before it can seep into the skin for a long enough period of time. As previously recorded, doing 5-8 minute peeling procedures didn’t do much for me, but it was when I went to 12-15 minutes that I started seeing the discoloration actually budge. However most people can only take about 5-8 minutes with the solution on their skin.
Tip: Ice your unit BEFORE you put the wart remover on to help numb the skin. THEN, after you apply the wart remover, and the wart remover dries, put the bag of ice back onto your unit to help numb the stinging sensation. This will help you get a deeper, longer burn. I did this today and I kept the wart remover on for over 15 minutes, no problem. (Afterwards of course, use baking soda and a little bit of water to remove the wart remover excess and end the procedure)
Again, do this at your own risk. I don’t know any long-term health affects of putting wart remover on your skin for 15 minutes, (I imagine there isn’t any long-term health affects, or it wouldn’t be an OTC ointment) I just know this worked for me in removing discoloration. And I got the idea to do this, from the ‘shedding the snake’ thread that was posted on this website.
Hope this helps

I’ve read some of your struggles in the past with various methods of PE. How is it going these days? Being in the PE game for so long, what’s your thoughts on various methods and what’s worked the most for you?

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