If you haven't already, go read my myTake on restoring my foreskin. There's a lot of background information on foreskin restoration and my process specifically. Foreskin restoration is the process of expanding the skin on the penis to reconstruct an organ similar to the foreskin, which has been removed by circumcision.
But I Thought You Already Restored Your Foreskin:
While I consider my foreskin restored, and my foreskin covers my glans while flaccid almost all of the time, it still wasn't as long as I would have liked it to be. Also, because a restored foreskin doesn't have a ridged band and intact frenulum like a natural foreskin, it is more prone to retracting on its own, causing my glans which is now used to being covered to rub against my underwear. This doesn't happen often, but when it does its usually during physical activity like running or going up and down ladders.
What I'm Doing Now:
Since I'm working from home and not leaving my house except for rare trips to the grocery store, I'm able to wear a foreskin restoration device all day, every day. I've been wearing a CAT II Q, the same device I used for the majority of my initial foreskin restoration, from 8am until 11pm daily - 15 hours. When I was initially restoring, I would usually only wear it a few days a week (weekends and when working from the office/not on site). So this increased duration and frequency of constant tension on my skin is speeding up the process of new skin growth.
Something new I'm doing now that I didn't do during my initial restoration, is wearing o-rings around the acroposthion of the foreskin (the part of the foreskin that extends past the tip of the penis) at night. There have been a lot of reports that this helps taper the foreskin to hug the glans closer, helping to prevent unwanted retraction. I have noticed that even when not wearing an o-ring the opening of my foreskin is tighter.
The Results So Far:
Don't worry, no photos (or sorry no photos if you were hoping for some). I've got a noticeable amount of additional foreskin, going from a Real Coverage Index (RCI) of 6 to RCI of 8. At RCI 6 when flaccid skin stays in place throughout most of the day. The foreskin does not retract at normal-sized hang. Loss of coverage usually occurs only at semi-erect sizes and above. At this stage, you will notice overhang when your penis is at it's smaller size. Restorer may notice the shape of the glans changing slightly as it becomes accustomed to being enveloped by the foreskin. At an RCI of 6 there is wrinkling of the shaft skin when erect. Increased instances of gliding. Skin can easily be pulled over the glans when erect with very little tug on hair and scrotum at the base. at an RCI of 8 the foreskin will somewhat stay over the corona of the penis during erections, but still tends to retract. My goal is an RCI of 9, which has full erect coverage.