It’s the end of another hard day, and a guy is ready for bed. But upon disrobing and giving his manly equipment a quick check, what does he see? Dry, flaky male organ skin. Or perhaps some little dots or bumps spoiling his otherwise beautiful male organ skin. The fact is, even guys who pay extra attention to their male organ health can find themselves with a male organ skin issue now and then. So what to do? Sometimes treating oneself to a spa treatment for their manhood can be just the thing for a guy to make his manhood look as handsome as it deserves to look. (Remember, many women engage in spa treatments themselves, so they will appreciate a guy giving some spa attention to his little soldier.) |
Although there are some spas which cater especially to men and which therefore may include special services for the member, this is not something one finds on every corner. Therefore, many men may need to give themselves some "at home" spa treatments. The following can help a guy know where to start.
- Get soaked. These tips are focusing on male organ skin, but that doesn’t mean that the whole body can’t join in as well. One of the key components of most spa treatments is to soak the entire body in warm or hot water - the temperature often aligned with the beliefs and principles of the chosen spa. For most guys, a really warm but not hot bath is recommended. Water that is too hot - in addition to being uncomfortable - actually dries out the skin, which is exactly what one does NOT want in most cases.
Guys who worry about how "masculine" soaking in a tub might be can consider going with a beer soak instead. Pour in one bottle of beer, a few drops of hops oil, a little barley and malt, and some chamomile and fill the tub with nice, warm water. The beer and beer-like ingredients can actually provide a nice, soothing soak which enriches and hydrates skin. A soak of at least 10-15 minutes is recommended, but feel free to stay in longer if it feels good.
- Exfoliate - gently. Many spa treatments are very much centered on exfoliating - that is, removing dead skin cells so that fresh, new skin cells can predominate. This is good for delicate male organ skin, as well - but only if the exfoliation is done right. For example, harsh chemical peels, which might be just right for the face or for skin on other parts of the body, will likely damage male organ skin. Even a rough pumice stone, another popular exfoliator, may be too much. Most guys are better off just taking a washcloth and soap and gently rubbing the member over and over to remove dead skin cells. Yes, it’s likely a guy may give himself a tumescent member doing this - but is that really a big deal? (Note for intact men: Take special care to clean well beneath the prepuce.)
- Moisturize. After rinsing thoroughly, a guy should pay dry the male organ skin and then apply a moisturizer. It’s best to do this immediately after bathing or soaking, as this enables the moisturizer to "lock in" the moisture from the bathing.
- Air out. If possible, let the member "air out" for a while. This is especially helpful if a man tends to suffer from persistent manhood odor.
Male organ skin will welcome a spa treatment, especially if that treatment includes application of a top notch male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). The best oils contain a combination of a high end emollient (such as shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E), which together can create an enviable moisture lock. The selected oil should also include vitamin A, which has anti-bacterial properties that help fight unwanted male organ odor.
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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