Yes, it’s true, you can put the hoodie back on your hoodless cobra and gain the benefits of having a foreskin.
Quite a large number of circumcised men in the US and around the world are now considering foreskin restoration after gaining a better understanding of how their penis functions and the role of the foreskin in term of health and pleasure benefits.
What Is Foreskin Restoration?
Foreskin restoration is a process in which the skin on a circumcised penis is expanded over the penis to mimic the functionality of the lost foreskin.
The main methods used for it are non-surgical but more invasive methods also exist.
Foreskin restoration dates back to ancient times, during the reign of Emperor Tiberius, when surgical procedures were done to lengthen the foreskin of men with short foreskin or men who’ve been circumcised.
In ancient Greek and Roman societies, not having a foreskin was considered improper, which is why foreskin restoration was practiced among Jews in Ancient Rome, a procedure known as epispasm.
Why Do Men Restore Their Foreskin?
As a man ages, the sensitivity of the penis gets lost and many have difficulty achieving orgasm due to insufficient stimulation.
And this is where this simple fold of skin comes in to maintain that sensitivity.
After the glans is covered, the penis stays moist, and that moistness may enhance sexual sensitivity.
Restoration also increases the gliding action and provides enhanced stimulation of the stretch receptors in the skin of the penis.
Furthermore, it seems that foreskin restoration helps with ejaculation because it protects the corona of the glans from direct stimulation.
Given all this, it is only logical for men to want to return their penis to the state nature intended it to be.
The added pleasure is probably the most popular reason why men restore their foreskin, but there are other reasons as well:
- Improved protection. The foreskin covers the head of the penis, protecting it from rubbing against clothing items, another cause for the loss of sensitivity discussed above.
- Helping one feel more complete. Some circumcised men feel like there’s something missing and seek physical wholeness. For them, foreskin restoration is the answer to improving their body image.
- Relieving emotional pain. Circumcised men may feel hopeless thinking they’ve been stripped of a unique element of their masculinity, a process they’ve once thought to be irreversible.
- Dealing with resentment. The psychological impact of circumcision can make those who’ve been circumcised as babies and children resent their parents for this decision. Foreskin restoration can help reduce resentment.
- Reconstruction after treatment. Some men have to have their foreskin removed due to medical treatments of conditions such as a tight foreskin.
How Is Foreskin Restoration Done?
So you want to join the hoodie mafia. Let’s talk about all the ways you can achieve this today:
1. Non-surgical foreskin restoration
Non-surgical foreskin restoration is commonly referred to as “tugging” and is the re-covering of the glans by tissue expansion.
One method to use is taping, and it involves using a first aid tape to pull the shaft skin over the glans and tape it closed. Over time, the pressure starts stretching the skin.
You can also use a medical adhesive called MRS.
Don’t worry – it’s safe! Just apply it to the glans, roll up what skin you have, and MRS will retain it almost instantly. And you can pull back the skin anytime you want.
There are also many different types of extension devices you can use, with some being more effective than others. It’s also important to choose one that feels most comfortable for you.
Tapeless restoration devices include the Dual Tension Restorer, the TLC Tugger and TLC-X, the Myskinclamp, and the CAT II Q. There are also tape restoration devices such as the Supercanister, the Penile Uncircumcising Device, and the Foreskin Natural Restorer.
If none of these methods appeal to you, you can also manually stretch the skin of the shaft on a daily basis. Just make sure to be gentle, as you may hurt yourself if you tug too hard.
2. Surgical foreskin reconstruction
There’s always surgical restoration for those looking for a quicker fix, but it can be expensive and quite painful.
It involves grafting of skin (either from the penis or other parts of the body) onto the penis to reconstruct the lost foreskin. But it should be noted that the grafted skin may not be similar in texture as a natural foreskin, which is yet another disadvantage if a patched dick is not what you’re looking for.
Overall, non-surgical restoration is safer and gives superior results, but some men report satisfaction with surgical restoration as well.
Foreskin restoration is a beneficial process for both intact males with short foreskin and circumcised males looking to improve the functionality of their penis.
Those looking to attempt this should keep in mind that it can be a lengthy process and results don’t just show up overnight.
Some men achieve foreskin restoration after months of being persistent with their techniques, while others achieve it after several years.
So, if you want to turn yourself into a headless horseman, saddle up and just enjoy the ride for as long as it takes. In the end, you’ll probably have the greatest sex of your life!