Simple free home treatments to cure sticky out ears
Ear ratio size chart


HEAD       EARS
CMS            CMS

42.50      -    4.0

43.00      -    4.3

43.50      -    4.6

44.00      -    4.9

44.50      -    5.1

45.00      -    5.4

45.50      -    5.8

46.00      -    6.2

46.50      -    6.6

47.00      -    6.9

47.50      -    7.2

48.00      -    7.6

48.50      -    7.9

49.00      -    8.2

49.50      -    8.5

50.00      -    8.8




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Free treatment to cure sticky out ears

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Please take care to thoroughly wash hands, ears and sides of head before beginning


1.You have heard people talking about superglue to hold back your ears; this idea is simple, safe and effective. Firstly go out and purchase some good quality Superglue, often called Superglue 3, from a good quality hardware store. Get your friend to proceed with the following: press your ears onto your head to find the touching point of each ear, this should be about one-third the way down the ear from the top. Approx. Make sure ears and head are dry and free from grease and all hair is swept back away from the area. Working with each ear individually get a good sight of the ears touching point, add a small amount of Superglue to the touching point surface, a drop the size of the tip of a pencil is good, apply only to the ear, not the head. After some 30 seconds firmly press the ear to the head and hold with finger for 3 minutes! No less! Release the finger and the ear should be held firmly to the head. Repeat for the other ear. Do not try to check ears by pulling away. Should this feel unconfortable a headband can be worn for the rest of the day. A headband must always be worn at night and during physical activities to prevent the ear being pulled away. Correctly adhered the ears will stay in place for up to 2 weeks.


2.This idea takes you to a more permanent solution. Get your friend to proceed with the following: press your ears onto your head to find the touching point of each ear, this should be about one-third the way down the ear from the top. Approx. Make sure ears and head are dry and free from grease and all hair is swept back away from the area. Working with each ear individually, get a good sight of the ears touching point. Now take a clean sharp pin and carefully scratch a cross on the touching points of both the ear and head. The scratch should be deep enough to just draw blood to the skins surface, repeat with the other ear. Place a tightly fitting headband over the ears. Pack a little cotton wool under the headband to press the touching points together. Keep the headband in place for 2 weeks, the ear will have healed and joined onto the head at the touching point. Should this feel unconfortable the headband should be worn for longer. A headband must always be worn at night and during physical activities to prevent the ear being pulled away.