Figuring out how to loosen foreskin is easy, but it's not painless. The older you get, the tougher it is to loosen foreskin. If you're not circumcised, then you should've been loosening your foreskin over the course of your development. The proper techniques can help you to loosen your foreskin, but it's up to you to periodically use these techniques to keep it loose. After a while, you won't even think twice about having to loosen the foreskin. By incorporating it into your everyday hygienic routine, you'll guarantee that your foreskin remains loose. Here's how to loosen your foreskin correctly.
- The anteater. Have you ever heard that joke? People say that an uncircumcised penis resembles one of those creatures. Well, get familiar with your anteater. Feel on it. Find exactly where the head of your penis is. At the moment, it's sheathed inside of your foreskin. You should still be able to feel the shape of it. You're going to be pulling your foreskin over the head of your penis. The head will poke out of the foreskin similar to how lipstick pushes out of it's container.
- Pushing the foreskin down. Hold your flaccid penis in one hand. Take your other hand, and with your index finger and thumb pinch near the top of the foreskin. Not to tightly. Now, gently pull down on the foreskin, while pushing the head of your penis upward. Got it? You're essentially trying to push the head of your penis out from in between the foreskin. If it feels kind of tight, then it's up to you to fight through the initial pain.
- Practice. Once you've figured out how to reveal the head of your penis from underneath the foreskin, you can loosen it up. Just repeatedly pull your head out from under the foreskin. Pull the foreskin back until you can't pull it any further. The first time you do this, it'll probably be very uncomfortable. But, as long as you keep doing it, the process of loosening your foreskin will get easier and easier.
- Keeping it loose. In order to keep your foreskin loose, you need to create a foreskin loosening routine. Do it every morning before you shower, and every night before you go to bed. If you make it a part of your daily routine, then you'll guarantee that the foreskin will remain loose.
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