I’ll never forget the day. It was Friday night September 8th, 2000. There was a girl who I’d been trying to get in her pants for 2 months. I listened to her problems, took her out a few times when finally she agreed to go back to my apartment after the movie!
We were at my place, I had some music playing and she gave the signal “Oh I had such a good time tonight and I’m not tired at all”. I made my move. I started kissing her, got her shirt off, and managed to unclip her bra without looking like a total douche. She was just about to go down on me when I heard her say “What are those?!”. It was like breaking out of a trance.
I explained about pearly penile papules and that she had nothing to worry about. She was like “yeah you need to wrap that up or I’m not doing anything”. I scurried through my entire place turning my apartment upside down looking for a rubber but to no avail.
Suffice it to say nothing happened that night.
What are they?
Hirsuties coronae glandis more commonly known as pearly penile papules. Many of us have them. That ring of unsightly little white bumps surrounding the head of the penis or right below the head as demonstrated in the photo. This article will explain what they are and how to get rid of pearly penile papules for good!
Approximately 8%-48% of American men have them
Uncircumcised (uncut) men are likely to get them than circumcised (cut) men
Black men are more likely to experience pearly penile papules than white men-32.7% vs 13.9% respectively
They usually start to appear in the 20’s or 30’s and decrease somewhat as men age
They are not a symptom of a sexually transmitted disease (STD)
How to get rid of pearly penile papules
Regardless of whether or not it is medically necessary many men want them gone because they are embarrassed. The good news is there are ways to get rid of them safely!
Zap them with a laser
A fractionated CO2 laser can get rid of pearly penile papules. The problem is it can be painful and not to mention expensive. Since it’s considered cosmetic it’s not covered by most insurance plans. That means you could end up shelling out $2000+ to get rid of them. This is the only treatment endorsed by the National Institutes of Health.
Pearly Penile Papules Removal™ Removal Guide
It is written by alternative medicine practitioner Josh Marvin a member of the American Hollistic Health Association (AHHA).
He has written a book of home remedies that he is so sure will work he offers a 60 day money back guarantee. The book explains everything about pearly penile papules and how to get rid of them without risky and costly laser surgery. Some of the home remedies are disgusted below.
Toothpaste can be used to eliminate pearly penile papules with some success. The basic theory goes that the toothpaste will dehydrate the papules causing them to sloth off.
A thin layer is applied before going to bed, it dries overnight and is washed off in the morning. On an average, this method for PPP Removal takes 2-3 weeks to kill the papules.
Please be careful as you might end up causing lesions on your penis if not used properly. The Pearly Penile Papules Removal Guide discusses how to use this method.
Maclean’s Whitening Toothpaste is said to be the best for this method.
Castor oil is extracted from a plant called Ricinus Communis, which is mostly found in Africa and Asia, The treatment is simple; just apply the oil on the affected area with swabs or cotton balls.
You need to do this procedure, at least, four times a day until the PPP disappears. The penis needs to be bare while the castor oil seeps into the skin so that its effect is maximized.
Some men prefer this mode of treatment, and the success rate is very high. Make sure to buy cold pressed organic oil from a good manufacturer. The cheap chemical-laced stuff can potentially damage your penis.
Tea Tree Oil
The Tea Tree Oil is applied as the same way as castor oil. It is an effective natural remedy, but it is a bit slower. It takes around a couple of weeks to start showing results and might take up to 10 weeks to remove the penile papules completely.
Just like with castor oil you want to make sure you get a good quality, organic, cold pressed tea tree oil. Remember this is your manhood we’re talking about here.
Tea Tree Oil + Castor Oil
This method is said to make the process a little faster in the removal of your pearly penile papules.
Keep in mind
- Find The Right Remedy That Suits Your Skin. A single home remedy cannot work for everyone. You have to find your’s best.
- The Right Dosage & Application Process. There’s a process to use every home remedy or you won’t get results.
- Effectively Mixing Multiple Remedies Up For Optimal Results. It can fast-track your PPP Removal. But be careful and don’t do experiments by yourself.
- Clean the penis before applying the homemade remedy every time. First, clean with a wet towel and then use a dry towel to remove any water from the skin.
- After application, leave the skin exposed for a while to let it work. Putting on clothing can remove the treatment before it is absorbed into the skin.
- Use the homemade formula only on and a bit around the affected area. There is no need to apply it to the whole penis.
- Buy the ingredients from reliable retailers. Do not forget to check the manufacture and expiration dates of all products.
What not to use
Some people get desperate and will try anything. Please don’t try the following:
- Wart remover
- Oven cleaner (yes someone tried this)
All of these substances can cause serious permanent damage to your member. It’s just not worth it.
Just remember all of the methodology of each of the methods above including detailed instructions are all discussed in perfect detail in the Pearly Penile Papules Removal Guide.
It also includes many other methods not mentioned above to remove your papules safely at home. Also don’t forget it includes a 60-day money back guarantee.
If you’re not satisfied you can get a full refund no questions asked. This is your best alternative to risky, expensive, and painful surgery. You don’t have to live with those papules anymore.
As with any home remedy results are not guaranteed. Nothing in this article should be construed as medical advice. Any and all medical advice should be dispensed from a licensed medical practitioner.