Male Organ Rash and Personal Care Products: What to Look Out For
Men have access to a staggering array of personal care products today, which is generally a good thing. After all, with so many options available, personal care is in some ways easier than ever. But what if some of those products come with a drawback such as causing a male organ rash? The man who cares as much about male organ care as about personal care needs to determine if any products he is using is responsible for that manhood rash.
Sensitive Manhood Skin
Its no surprise that a male organ rash can easily develop. Manhood skin is very thin, so there is easier access to all of those nerve endings which make the member respond so readily to touch and friction. But that skin sensitivity also means that male organ skin may be more prone to react to triggers than skin on other parts of the body.
Here are some of the personal care products that could potentially be bringing about an unwanted rash in the midsection.
Soap. Its one of the classic paradoxes that it is absolutely essential for a man to keep his manhood clean yet some of the soaps used for that purpose may bring about a rash. Whether a mans member skin reacts negatively to soap depends both upon the sensitivity of the individual manhood and to the specific soap used. Some men can wash with a soap loaded with chemicals and fragrances and have no reaction whatsoever; others require the mildest soap possible. If rash is an issue, using a soap that contains the fewest possible added ingredients is best.
Shampoo. Many times a guy will wash his manhood (and/or his male organ hair) with shampoo rather than soap. (Some men also may use shampoo as a lubricant for self-pleasuring when other options are not on hand; necessity is the mother of invention, after all.) However, shampoo is actually formulated for hair, not so much for skin. And shampoos often contain strong ingredients to fight bacteria, strengthen follicles or lighten hair color all of which can potentially have a negative impact on the delicate member skin.
Sunscreen. When visiting a nude beach or simply sunbathing bare in the privacy of the backyard, using sunscreen on the manhood is a good idea; however, sunscreens do come with the potential for rash. Its also important to check the labels on any moisturizers as well; many moisturizers add in sunscreen for extra outdoor protection.
Bug sprays or lotions. When camping, hiking or just being outdoors for an extended period of time, spraying up to prevent mosquito and other bug bites is very important. Naturists will need to apply some sort of protection to the male organ, but even those who are clothed may find that the spray gets on the member and causes irritation.
Antiperspirants and deodorants. Despite the fact that male organ odor can be a big problem, men should definitely avoid applying deodorant or antiperspirants to their manhoods. These products contain aluminum compounds, which are very likely to cause a skin issue on the member and surrounding areas.
A male organ rash, whether from personal care products or other sources, can be both an annoyance and an embarrassment. Men can find some relief from a male organ rash by regularly applying a top drawer male organ health crme (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). For best results, a man should read the ingredients list and be sure that the chosen crme can provide hydrating relief: the presence of a high end emollient (such as Shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E) is a sure sign that this is a proper crme. The crme should also include vitamin B5 (aka pantothenic acid), a nutrient that assists male organ cell metabolism and helps keep manhood tissue healthy.
Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving manhood sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy member. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men’s health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.