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Lobe Wonder is wunderbar!

I've had long slits - instead of small holes - in my ear lobes for decades, the consequence of wearing too-heavy earrings for too long. I'd all but given up wires, opting instead for post-style earrings that were feather-light....not easy to find, believe me. Lately, I've come "this close" to having them surgically repaired, but couldn't come to terms with the price and the prospect of not wearing earrings for 6 whole weeks while they healed. Now, thanks to a brilliant little product called "Lobe Wonder," (also known as Earlift) my unsightly problem is solved. I just applied two tiny, clear stickers to the backs of my ear lobes and no more slit!! This is no less than a game-changer. Lobe Wonder inventor, whoever you are: You're a genius!


Darn the 80's! All those heavy earrings. Seriously, my friend has refused to wear any dangley earrings for...ever. She's so afraid of stretched out ear lobs. But oh, all those years of cute earrings she has missed...she can never get them back again. Ya know? Can't wait to tell her there's a product for it now. LOL
Whoops. Didn't realize I was using my veeeery old Blogger blog. This is my new one. Karen (just in case)
Cathy Hamilton said…
Karen, I remember 80s earrings. My babies would pull on them. I'd often fall asleep before taking them out and wake up with blood on my pillow. (Not very bright.) But, I'm wearing wires this very minute. It's fantastic!
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