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Shedding the Snake: Peeling to Remove Discoloration

Shedding the Snake: Peeling to Remove Discoloration

We have a few threads about using various creams and substances to remove discoloration. So far, none seem to work. However, there are anecdotal reports of nice pristine-colored skin returning after lightly burning the skin or removing the top layer by semi-accidental dermabrasion.

So, I figure chemical exfoliation to some depth should do the trick. We need something that is strong enough to do the job, perhaps over repeated applications, but not strong enough to leave our peckers raw and terribly sore. I hope anyone with experience with skin exfoliation of any kind, but especially on the penis shaft will chime in here. Maybe we can get a better idea of what chemical and strength will produce the desired results with either no or very minimal pain. The less down time the better.

Quite a while back I used some AHA lotion. The label says “8% AHA of 70% solution,” whatever that means. When the bottle was new my head, but not the shaft, shed a little skin after a few days. This was too weak to have any effect on discoloration in the few weeks I tried it. I think we need a deeper “burn.”

Today I tried using aspirin. Don’t laugh. Salicylic acid is used in some of the chemical exfoliators. Aspirin is acetylsalicylic acid. I ground up 8 aspirin tablets, mixed into a paste with a little water, and rubbed it into my shaft skin. I kept it moist for about 20 minutes, then rinsed well. It made the skin silky smooth and soft. Near as I can tell so far, it didn’t do much else.

I suppose the next step is something stronger. There are beta hydroxy acids, alpha hydroxy acids, etc. all in varying strengths. Any suggestions?

I’m no doctor but I think that the discoloration is a form of bruising - we repeatedly burst our capillaries and so the blood from the capillaries permanently darkens that area of skin. No exfoliator can help because bruising is internal and exfoliators only remove the top layer of skin.

Like I said I’m no doctor, so if anyone else knows better then please correct me.

I don’t know if would work for discoloration, but I can tell you from experience that Nair hair remover, if left on too long, will leave you pretty raw. Ouch!

If you can get it, the first thing I’d try is Retin A. If you can’t get that, you might try its’ weaker OTC cousin, Retinol.

How about vitamin C cream, AKA ascorbic acid?

I once read a skin rejuvenation protocol in which AHA lotion and vitamin C cream were used back to back.
Such an approach is mentioned here:
AHAs and vitamin C products
http://www.ivillage.co.uk/print/0,,183140,00.html


Started: 2/03, Finished: 5/06, Total Gains: 1.375” BPEL 1.5” EG, Details: Progress after a year or longer off?

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Last edited by MX : 04-18-2005 at .

I did a little more seaching and found this:
”Chemical peels vary by the strength and the chemicals that are used. Mild chemical peels- salicycilic acid 20-30% (Beta-LIft Peel) or glycolic peels 30-40% are safe when used as directed.”

The only type of peeling agent I found is something called TCA, trichloro acetic acid.

If you do a Google search for “chemical peels”, you’ll find a number of sponsored links for do-it-yourself products. Caveat emptor.


Started: 2/03, Finished: 5/06, Total Gains: 1.375” BPEL 1.5” EG, Details: Progress after a year or longer off?

Only those who attempt the absurd will achieve the impossible—M. C. Escher

Apparently Michael Jackson has had much success with lightening his skin. Anyone know how he did it?


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I got some 17% salicylic acid. $3 at Wal-Mart. It’s “equate” brand wart remover. I’ll try it later today on about a dime-sized area.

According to the info on this site, I’m guessing 17% is an ok starting point. If you see a news report of a screaming man running down the street holding his pecker you’ll know I was wrong.

Be careful Hobbs for some reason that doesn’t sound like a great idea. My bruising is almost all gone since I stopped hanging


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>I don’t know if would work for discoloration, but I can tell you from experience that Nair hair remover, if left on too long, will leave you pretty raw. Ouch!

Yeah, Magic Shaving Powder will do that too. It fried my nipples when I used it on my chest. Ouch is right! The hair removers are alkaline. All the face peels I’ve seen use some kind of acid.

Dino, it can’t be any worse than when I burned my dick with a rice sock. My shaft is very dark from extreme Ulis. It’s as bad or worse than the discoloration in Stillwantmore’s pics here.

There has been no or very little improvement since I stopped them in November. If some mild peeling will speed things along, I’m game. Someone needs to try it.

Ok, first test completed. It started to burn after a few minutes. Not too bad, but erring on the side of caution I washed it off and neutralized with baking soda. I’ll wait and see how the skin reacts before treating a larger area or leaving it on longer.

One day, while staying home sick from school, I was looking for interesting lubrication ideas and tried liquid dish soap. No comments please :p Best I can remember, everything went well except for minor stinging around the meatus. However, fairly soon after, next day maybe, I remember shedding skin pretty much like a snake. Maybe quarter to half inch scales. Needless to say it scared the shit out of me though everything cleared up nicely. I don’t remember what brand it was, didn’t check for ingredients, and have no idea if it’s repeatable now or even helpful, but I thought I’d share.

Interesting. Probably stripped most of the oils out of your skin. I think Sunlight was the brand I liked best for washing grease and oil off my hands. Not sure, but it was something yellow.

Originally Posted by Tube
Apparently Michael Jackson has had much success with lightening his skin. Anyone know how he did it?

Vitiligo.

Checkout girl: Sorry to see you have a wart problem.

Hobby: Oh, I don’t have a wart problem. I’m going to use this to give my discolored dick a chemical peel.

Checkout girl: Uh, why is your dick discolored?

Hobby: Well, I’ve been hanging big weights off the end of it. And sometime I grab it at the base and strangle it like Homer Simpson does to Bart.

Checkout girl: Uh…uh…uh…do you want paper or plastic?

I did a little more reading. One additional thing you might try it to give your unit a good scrubbing with a wash cloth before applying the chemical.

Keep us posted


Started: 2/03, Finished: 5/06, Total Gains: 1.375” BPEL 1.5” EG, Details: Progress after a year or longer off?

Only those who attempt the absurd will achieve the impossible—M. C. Escher

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Checkout girl: Oh, you have warts?

Hobby: Yeah, thank goodness.

CG: Why are you happy about having warts?

Hobby: Because they are a relatively small problem, unlike your fat ass. How many shocks do you use on your toilet seat?

Yeah, the instructions say to wash first. I will next time.

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