Ear Stretching Part 4: After Care – The Do’s and Don’t's

The final part of this series is designed to guide you on what to do and not to do when stretching your earlobes, which includes a discussion on ear taper kits.

One of the major “don’ts” is the use of the use of silicone for stretching.

Silicone is very porous and your ears can adhere to them.  It is a very abrupt form of stretching and only expands as opposed to stretching.

In terms of after care, one of the do’s is using Vitamin E oil or jojoba oil.  You use a generous amount to clean your ears and keep them moist to aid in the healing process.

There is much more to learn so watch the video to find out all the recommended do’s and don’ts and demonstrations of proper after care.

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