Autumn is one of the most bracing times of the year, as the fall air takes on a tang and vibrancy that’s missing from other seasons. Apple picking, pumpkin carving, leaf raking and other activities come to the forefront - but that doesn’t mean male organ care has to be pushed to the back. With the change in the weather, it may be time to pay some extra attention to member skin care. Maintaining healthy, appealing skin is important both for manhood health and to please or attract partners. |
Unless a guy is a nudist, male organ skin is not as directly affected by changes in the weather as the skin on other parts of the body. After all, manhood skin is generally kept under wraps most of the time and certainly when outside. But it still falls prey to autumn weather, even if to a lesser degree. Therefore, the following tips are recommended to keep male organ skin looking sharp.
- Moisturize - with a cream. As the hot summer months give away to crisp, cool autumn, there tends to be a decrease in humidity in the air - and also on the skin. Exposed skin, such as on the arms and legs, gets even drier, but even the protected member skin feels the difference. As male organ skin dries, it cracks or flakes, which is not what a partner wants to see when they look at a dude’s package. The member always needs to be kept well moisturized, but especially so during the fall. Many men use a body lotion on their manhood, but using a cream is much better; it creates an oilier barrier which is essential for keeping moisture trapped in the skin.
- Drink water. Moisturization isn’t all there is to skin hydration, however. Keeping the whole body hydrated has a positive effect on the skin, including male organ skin. So be sure to drink plenty of water during the fall months, especially during and after exercising.
- Be gentle. The colder, drier weather also makes skin more sensitive - and male organ skin is sensitive to begin with. Thus, it may react more quickly or to a greater extent to irritants. A guy should be careful that with the soaps he uses on it - both in the shower and on the towels, sheets and clothing that comes into contact with it - are not loaded with unnecessary chemicals, fragrances, perfumes, etc.
- Watch the allergens. Fall brings with it sneezing and itching from allergies. Again, because the manhood is usually covered, it is less susceptible - but not immune. Treating any allergic symptoms promptly can keep them from spreading to the male organ skin.
- Be selective when going commando. There are some days when a guy likes to just skip the underwear, especially if he’s just hanging out at home. But wearing gym shorts with no boxers or briefs while raking the leaves can lead to quicker chafing in the fall - so limit the amount of time the member is rubbing against rough trouser fabric instead of soft cotton underwear.
- Watch the cold. Cold weather tends to slow down blood circulation, and that can make male organ skin look pale and wan. Keeping the member warm will help keep that blood circulating and maintain a rosy glow that partners like.
Whether in autumn or any season, member skin needs special attention to look its best - and that requires regular application of a first rate male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . The best crèmes are those which provide a double helping of hydrating supplementation, such as Shea butter (a high-end emollient) and vitamin E (a natural hydrator). Male organ circulation can also be aided by a crème that contains L-arginine. This amino acid is involved in the process which keeps manhood blood vessels open and receptive to increased blood flow.
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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