How to Improve Male Organ Skin - 8 Easy Tips for Healthy Member Skin

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How to Improve Male Organ Skin - 8 Easy Tips for Healthy Member Skin
How to Improve Male Organ Skin: 8 Easy
Tips for Healthy Member Skin
Facial skin? Check! Body skin? Check! Genital skin? Whaaaat? Isn’t
member skin just part of the body? Well, yes and no. Genital skin is very
delicate and needs special attention. That’s why all men need to know how
to improve male organ skin now and then how to preserve it so they can
have healthy member skin for decades to come. Here are eight easy ways to
ensure a man’s member is smooth, supple, and inviting.
1. Do a Regular Self-Exam – It’s best to do it every week, but if
monthly is all a man wants to do, it’s still good. Do the exam while in
the shower. Wait about five minutes for the testicles to relax and then
drop. Check the texture of the skin, feel for bumps or lumps, and
search out moles. Check the member, the testicles (lightly roll them
with the index finger and thumb). If anything seems out of the
ordinary, see a doctor.
2. Wrap it Up – A great way how to improve male organ skin is to keep
it free of Partner Transmitted Infections (PTIs). They often lead to
member skin to get sore, itchy, red, and dry. Protection is two-fold:
have a conversation with a partner(s) before having relations to get
their status and use protection when having relations.
3. Play Time Policies – When engaging in intimate moments, it’s
important to remember that though the member shows up to the party
all hard and tough, it’s actually a very delicate, sensitive fella. Be
mindful not to be too rough with it, squeeze too hard, or inflict harm
to it. The skin here is very delicate and even small tears and bruises
can build up over time leading to skin discoloration and hardened
texture which can rob a man of sensitivity down the line.
4. Use it or Lose it (tone, that is) – Healthy member skin is toned
member skin. Just like the other muscles in the body, the member
needs to be exercised to preserve muscle tone and its suppleness. Get
hard-ons frequently, even if they go unused. It’s the easiest (and
probably most enjoyable of all the tips on how to improve male organ
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skin).
5. Pull Out the Safety Scissors – Just kidding, but the essence of that is
very true for this tip. Manscaping is a great way to keep things fresh,
pleasing to the eye, and looking a bit bigger as well. That said, a man
must exercise extreme care when trimming the bushes. If shaving, be
sure to wait five minutes to let water soak in and make the hair softer
and easier to remove. Use a new razor and don’t go over an area more
than once (or feel the wrath of razor burn). If using scissors or
clippers, exercise caution and don’t get too close to the skin. Be sure
to use a product to prevent ingrown hairs like Tend Skin, to ensure
healthy member skin.
6. Rub a Dub Dub – Hopefully, every man is already using this tip on
how to improve male organ skin. Clean the member well, often, and
thoroughly. Use only gentle cleansers and water. Get in those folds
(gently) and spend some time in the area. If it took five seconds, it’s
not clear. Rinse well and air dry if possible, pat dry with a soft towel
if low on time. Do not rub!
7. Turtleneck Turn-Down -- For uncircumcised men, the foreskin can
be a cumbersome issue. The area can be quite alluring to smegma, a
funky concoction of dead skin cells, bacteria, and emissions, which
can result to a sour smell, inflammation, and even infection.
Thoroughly cleanse the area by retracting the foreskin and gently
washing. If it’s grown hard, use an oil first to break things up. Men
who have chronic issues with smegma and infections from smegma
may want to consider a circumcision.
8. Get Soft – After getting all squeaky clean, use a specially created
male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1
Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin)
daily on member and surrounding areas. By using a member-specific
crème, a man can be assured that he is getting the essential vitamins
and nutrients to keep skin healthy, elastic, and moisturized. A crème
should also have antibacterial properties to protect the skin and
soothing additions, like Shea butter and Vitamin E to calm the skin
and prevent rash and redness from irritation. When a man is learning
how to improve male organ skin, this is a very necessary daily
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