How Does Foreskin Restoration Work?
Non surgical foreskin restoration works by on the principle that, when placed under a moderate amount of tension, skin cells will divide to elevate the tension.
Initially, there is a bit of skin stretching (rather than new skin growth), but once the skin has stretched as far as it can, the only way to alleviate the tension on the skin is by making new skin cells.
This is process is not new and actually occurs naturally as well as artificially in a number of familiar settings:
1) the abdomen of pregnant women to accommodate the developing baby
2) insertion of balloon expansion devices under the skin of mastectomy victims in order to perform reconstructive breast surgery
3) tribal expansion of ear lobes in some African cultures
Below are a few "before" and "after" pictures of men who have restored their foreskins using a variety of methods.
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