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bonesmash this area for pct

FutureChad

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taking d3+k2 (also bs cheekbones)
maybe not a big difference but maybe it works? bcs the bones get bigger and maybe turn the eye or some shit.

maybe @AstroSky does know about this?
 
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tbh you're at high risk of getting permanent bruises if you bs that area. you're better off getting surgery if you're that desperate
thx bro didn't knew that
 
It will just make you look more dark triad idk if it can change tilt
 
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tbh i believe this will actually give you NCT as bonesmash is littearly like getting fillers (at first) swelling skin stretching means sagging skin

this isnt theory it happened to me. BUT BUT if you can balance that out with long breaks and a good skin care renewing like derma rolling you can possibly do what i did and some how recover but have the bone actually heal and fill in the area. Bone smash is like FILLERS it ADDS to your bones. it wont move it. Which means you better be smart where you hit.
thanks for the reaction bro, i like your work in the community 🙏
 
It isnt possible to get a PCT through bonesmashing without injuring yourself drastically

it has also something to do with the soft tissue
 
Im curious is there any legit surgery to change cantal tilt
 

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