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Quote DeniseAlmighty Replybullet Topic: Lobe Massage!
    Posted: December/19/2010 at 6:39pm
So, living in New York during the winter makes for very unhappy stretched lobes. Mine are 7/8 and not going any further, very happy with them. Very healthy lobes too. Out of curiosity, do you guys do any lobe massage and what do you use to keep them moisturized? I've used everything from jojoba, to vitamin E and emu oil. Currently, my favorite thing is Holey Butt'r. That stuff is jesus in a tin :) How about you guys?
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Quote zobro Replybullet Posted: December/19/2010 at 9:37pm
I'm considering getting some of that Holey Butt'r stuff, but I usually use olive oil for my lobe massages.
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Quote CheapPerfume Replybullet Posted: December/19/2010 at 11:07pm
I'm from NY too. Syracuse. My ears get a little dry in the winter. I have a bottle of emu oil that's almost gone, that I liked. I think I'm going to try jojoba oil next. I usually do an oil rub once a day when I put my jewelry in. I definitely notice a difference versus when I forget to do it for a few days.
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Quote happydepression Replybullet Posted: December/20/2010 at 12:18pm
I like vitamin e oil and love using that with a good lobe massage, =]
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Quote DeniseAlmighty Replybullet Posted: December/20/2010 at 2:41pm
NY winters cause mega dryness on mine. Organic jewelry and frequent lobe massage with holey butt'r works wonders though. Oh, and earmuffs! (can't get a hat over my mohawk and can't get a headband over my forehead subdermals haha)
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Quote new2theneedle Replybullet Posted: December/20/2010 at 10:03pm
i use coconut oil, though its all ive ever used so i have nothing to compare it to
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Quote happydepression Replybullet Posted: December/21/2010 at 2:58am
I grew up in Wyoming and now live in Montana, I know cold. haha. My lobes have stressed a lot and I have learned to work with them, I really like the ear warmers my gramma gets me . . . lol
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Quote tokulix Replybullet Posted: December/25/2010 at 12:06pm
I always used to use emu oil but recently I re-discovered jojoba oil and that's all I use now. I tried holey butt'r but for some strange reason my lobes always get all itchy when I use it. They look healthy, but they feel weird!
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Quote Cale Replybullet Posted: December/25/2010 at 11:51pm
I love vitamin e oil. <3
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Quote jakethejake Replybullet Posted: December/26/2010 at 12:01pm
I usually use vitamin e oil, but I've been using cocoa butter for the winter
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