Manscaping Techniques to Avoid Manhood Rash

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Manscaping Techniques to Avoid Manhood Rash
Manscaping Techniques to Avoid Manhood Rash
Oh, the irony: A man might choose to manscape so he can avoid the heat
rash that all too often comes around during the summer. But because he
didn’t use proper technique, his manscaping turns into a serious manhood
rash, and he suffers the very irritation he was hoping to avoid! That’s why
these tips for good male organ care before and after manscaping should be
followed to the letter. A man greatly reduces his chances of a serious
manhood rash by giving a little extra attention when wielding the razor.
Tip for manscaping
First, a man should decide how he really feels about manscaping. Though
many men are perfectly fine with letting the jungle grow down there, guys
who manscape usually either go completely bare or find a happy medium.
When going with just a trim, a guy gets the benefits of less hair – which
means less breeding ground for bacteria – and he also gets the advantage of
some heat avoidance and the use of an electric safety clipper. Many men
choose the clippers because they are worried about getting too close to their
junk with the sharp razor.
Guys find a lot of advantages from going bare, too. Having no hair down
there means many less worries about member odor, as there is very little for
the odor-causing bacteria to latch onto. It also means a smooth, silky feeling
when it comes to sensual bedroom activities, which can add heightened
sensation for both partners. And of course, the heat factor is lessened even
more, as there is no insulating hair to keep the temperature up.
And besides that, there’s another good reason for manscaping – to make the
member look bigger. The less hair to distract from the member, the longer it
will look, which can be a huge ego boost.
Whether a guy chooses to go bare or simply trim, here are some tips to
consider:
1. Get everything clean. Manscaping is best done right after a shower,
when the hair follicles are relaxed and the pores are open. It also helps
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ensure there is little to no bacteria around the member, which can help
a man trim or shave with confidence.
2. Sit down with a steady hand. Sitting on the edge of a chair, legs
widely spread, letting it all ‘hang out’ is often the best position for
effective manscaping. A man will hold the razor or trimmer in one
hand and maneuver his member out of the way with the other. It’s
important to be quite steady.
3. Use a top-notch shave cream. For those who choose to go bare, the
cream he uses matters. Go with a smooth, silky cream that is specially
formulated for more delicate areas.
4. Keep things sharp. Whether it’s manscaping with scissors, trimmers
or razors, a sharp edge is imperative. A dull edge actually runs a much
higher risk of cutting the skin, as it won’t slide smoothly.
5. Clean off thoroughly. After the manscaping is done, a guy will have
little hairs everywhere. This is when he hops back in the shower and
washes around his member again to remove all those possible irritants
– the hair and the cream – that could lead to a manhood rash and
irritation.
After ensuring the manscaping situation is exactly as he wants it, a man
should read for a good male organ health crème (health professionals
recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for
skin). He should look for a crème with vitamin A, which helps fight against
member odor, as well as vitamin E, which goes a long way toward keeping
skin smooth and supple. Other vitamins and nutrients, wrapped up in a highend Shea butter base, can help ensure the skin around his member stays as
supple as possible – and helps ward off the dreaded manhood rash as well.
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