>Have you increased the area you are working on from the original dime sized spot?
Yes. 9 days ago I did all the skin between my circ scar and the head. That was the peel that had me a little worried but turned out fine.
Two days ago I did about 2/3 of the shaft circumference from the circ scar to the base. This covered the top and the right side around to the raphe.
>How many days does it take you to heal?
Day of application: Not much noticeable effect apart from maybe some mild swelling.
Day 2 and 3: Any swelling subsides and the treated area turns dark.
Day 4-6: Skin peels (resist the urge to help it along)
Day 7: 95%-100% peeled. The new skin is pink colored. After another 4-5 days the pink begins fading into a more normal skin tone. I’ve read that erythema (red/pink color) can in some cases persist for a long time after medium and deep facial peels. I’m pleasantly surprised how quickly it resolves on my shaft.
>Have you limited your other PE activities?
I stopped PE a few months ago.
>Have you limited your sexual activities (sex or masturbation)?
Yep. No sex during a peel. Best to hold off on masturbation too, or at least be very careful.
>Have you increased the time you are leaving on the wart remover to take more color out or are you doing multiple applications to achieve the same results?
I leave it on longer than before, but I think the acid does pretty much all it is going to within 10 minutes or so (maybe less). In other words the depth of burn doesn’t progress linearly. You’ll feel the stinging/burning sensation build shortly after application. It peaks after a few minutes and then falls off rapidly. I don’t know if the feeling mirrors the actual effect of the acid, but it may.
The top of my midshaft is more resistant to the acid. Maybe the skin is thicker. I’m waiting to see how well it peels from Monday’s treatment. If not enough I’ll either treat it again right away (7 days after the previous burn) or wait a few weeks and then give it a couple applications in a single day.
>Have you yet to notice any sensation difference in your dick?
Not much. The area I treated between the circ scar and head seems slightly more sensitive, probably because the new skin is still thinner than before.
>Sorry for all the questions, some may be redundant but I wanted to ask since you have done this a couple of times now.
No problem. Ask away, just realize this experiment is still underway. I can only relate how my skin has responded so far. I’m looking forward to your results.
I don’t remember if I mentioned before in this thread that anyone sensitive to aspirin shouldn’t apply salicylic acid. It is similar to aspirin and will be absorbed to some degree. There may be other contraindications. Anyone contemplating this should investigate them.