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Quote from: Pfract on November 09, 2023, 10:52:55 PMcurvedcarnivore: I don't know about their availability in AUS for these specific ones, but maybe you can easily get them on amazon? You can also reach out to user "jj21" he has an implant now, but he used restorex for a long time and he may know where to get them.But i suspect that any perfume and make up store has them. Maybe try your local pharmacy or equivalent? Good luck!
Quote from: Mikel7 on November 10, 2023, 05:57:28 AMGo into any drug store and look in their makeup department. I am sure you will find some sort of sponge applicators that are flat that you could try. They are probably only a couple of dollars so little wasted if they don't work.
Quote from: curvedcarnivore on November 10, 2023, 09:43:30 PMDo you think these will do the same job?
Quote from: jj21 on November 21, 2023, 03:02:18 AMWhen I was using restorex, I purchased the 3 pack cream coloured makeup pads from Chemist Warehouse (QLD). They worked well, there is a pic somewhere in my journal on the traction forum. They didn't have a strap, so, I use to tape it by folding some sticky tape and sticking it to the device. Worked for me, and I did actually see some length gains. J
Quote from: curvedcarnivore on November 21, 2023, 03:33:51 AMThanks mate. Was is this:Also, glad you got some length gains. I'm mainly hoping for curvature and dent improvements.
Quote from: jj21 on November 21, 2023, 05:05:39 AMNah that wasn't it. I can't see them on their online store anymore, next time I am in Chemist Warehouse, I will check and take a pic for you.Restorex didn't do much for dents for me, I found VED was better for dents and/or hourglassing. All the best,J