When disrobing for sensual activity, no man wants to present his partner with a dry manhood, the skin of which looks flaky, scaly or patchy. Sometimes even men who practice what would be considered appropriate male organ care look down and find their awesome endowment isn’t looking its best due to this situation. And sometimes the reason for dry manhood skin is actually sensual activity. |
How can it be sensual activity?
That a man could sport dry manhood skin due to sensual activity doesn’t seem right, but in fact this can really happen. Let’s take a moment to look at how this could come to be.
Even men who participate in frequent partner sensual activity tend to enjoy at least a little "me" time. And when a guy is bored, it’s not unusual to reach for his member in order to engage in a very pleasant way to pass the time.
There’s absolutely nothing wrong with self-pleasuring, but often a man may get a little too "into" the experience. If a man self-stimulates without sufficient lubrication - and lubricant can wear away after time if not reapplied - then the significant friction can cause the skin to become dried and cracked.
The same thing can result if a man self-gratifies with his fist clenching the manhood too tightly - the so-called "death grip" form of pleasuring can be very useful in bringing about a satisfying intense point but can also make the organ sore and the skin dry.
Partner sensual activity
But it’s not just solo pleasure that can cause dry manhood skin. If a woman is not sufficiently "warmed up" for sensual activity, the female organ may not be properly lubricated for penetration. In this situation, the same kind of friction situation can occur as when self-stimulating without lubrication.
And there can be a partner-based equivalent to the "death grip" self-pleasuring experience if the man’s member is very thick and the woman’s female organ is unable to expand enough to comfortably encompass it. (Needless to say, this situation can be rather painful for the female as well.)
In addition, dry manhood skin from sensual activity sometimes results not due to friction but due to other issues. For example, a man may lubricate his manhood to avoid the friction issue but may neglect to cleanse the lubricant from his member. Or he may couple with a woman who uses a male seed-impeding protection and may forget to wash his manhood to remove traces of the protection from it. In both cases, the lingering residue can eventually contribute to dry skin.
What to do
So what steps can a man take if he wishes to prevent or treat dry manhood skin from sensual activity? The most obvious is to make sure that proper lubrication is involved, especially if considerable tightness is being employed in the process as well.
But it also pays to properly wash the manhood after sensual activity, both to cleanse it and to give it a chance to re-moisturize. Washing the manhood should involve the following:
- Using lukewarm water rather than hot. Hot water, in addition to potentially scalding the member, actually dries skin out rather than moisturizes it, as it depletes the body of natural oils.
- Washing with a gentle soap that contains moisturizers, rather than a harsh soap that can add to the dry manhood skin problem.
- Patting the manhood dry with a towel rather than roughly rubbing it, as excess rubbing can remove valuable oils.
Dry manhood skin, whether from sensual activity or not, also benefits from regular application of an excellent male organ health crème(health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). For optimal results, select a crème with a combination of a high-end emollient (such as Shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E) to provide potent moisturization. Topical application of antioxidants also helps keep skin in prime health, so select a crème with a potent free radical fighter like alpha lipoic acid.
Visit www.menshealthfirst.com for more information about treating common male organ health problems, including soreness, redness and loss of male organ sensation. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.
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