It's called a "pressure point" and others have already outlined your options. My wife has this problem with most helmets. If they fit properly, they press against this one spot on her forehead. This is why it's important to try on a helmet before buying, and keep it on for more than 30 seconds to be very aware of how it fits.
The soft pads will grow less snug, but the EPS, the white stuff that does the real protecting, will not. I admit I have done MINOR amounts of compressing of the EPS, but that's one of those things that the ranks and ranks of lawyers in this country will never allow any helmet maker to condone. So proceed at your own risk and don't sue me.
Whitehorse Press is going out of business so it's time for a final sale. Signed copies of my book are now $10 with free shipping in the U.S. while they last.
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