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Best for Stretched Earlobes: BlingGuard BlingDots Earring Supports and Stabilizers
Medical grade adhesive affixes these thin disposable discs to the back of your earlobes. The discs help stabilize already-torn or stretched lobes. Use these stabilizers with any type of earring -- just push the metal through the discs. Stabilizers aren't a perfect solution, but they do make a significant difference in earlobe comfort level and appearance.
Best for Heavy Earrings: Lobe Wonder Ear Lobe Support Patches
These adhesive stabilizers are similar to the ones listed above. If your earrings are especially heavy, pair these discs with the thicker silicone earring backs listed below for extra support.
Best Budget: Universal EZback Earring Backs Soft Clear Silicone and 14k Yellow Gold
Are your earring backs cheap and loose? Try replacing your original earring backs with these EZback stabilizers. They are composed of thick high-grade silicone and are made to work with either typical post earrings or screw-back earrings. The extra depth of the cushion works as a perfect stabilizer for heavy designs. These backs are nickel free and hypoallergenic. Sold in single pairs.
Before purchasing, measure the mm diameter of your earlobe. Some of these backs are actually too large for small ears. If so, you'll want to purchase a smaller size.
Best for Secure Hold: PARIKHS Pair of Friction Earring Backs
Chances are your fine earrings will come with backs that hold them securely in place. If they don't, or if you misplace the backs, these oversized 14K gold replacements can help. The larger size provides more stability, and the backs are made to safeguard your earrings.
Best for Fish/French Hook Earrings: UnCommon Artistry Petal-Eze Flower Style Soft Rubber Earring Backs
Slip one of these inexpensive medical-grade PVC tubes onto the back of a wire earring. They won't help prevent or stabilize drooping lobes, but they will keep your earrings from slipping off.