bradykay90 wrote:I will probley take them out in a year or 2 anyways. But thanks for that tip. Even if they start to thin ill let them down size back to an 8g if theyll go back that far and restretch the right way
This kind of attitude really confuses Me , I dont understand why people think they can just fix the thinning ... nothing can "fix" the damage once its done ... you can only hopefully improve it some .. and its usually not alot
if you agree you are not stretching " the right way " this time then why do it ... if you know you are causing damage what makes people with your attitude so convinced that they can just get to their goal size the wrong way then fix everything once they get there ????... it just doesnt work like that . there is only so much that oil ,salt, massage, and downsizing can do ... they are techniques that can slightly improve a damaged ear not a miracle cures that fix everything
Im sure this person thought that since they were at small size ( probably about 2 or 0 ) that they would never get a blow out or have problems either but look
do you really think thats fixable with a lil oil and a downsize ?
Im not trying to jump on you i just wish people had a little bit of common since an a bit of understanding about healing and scar tissue ....
here is another dangerously thin lobe in a very small size and as you can see its near ripping thru ... point is small sizes still have issues to if you stretch wrong