Toothpaste and Male Organ Safety Don’t Mix

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Toothpaste and Male Organ Safety Don’t Mix
Toothpaste and Male Organ Safety Don’t Mix
Men – especially when they are younger – are apt to experiment with putting
a wide range of liquids, fluids and creams on their member. Unfortunately,
this is not always a good idea, as their choice of liquid, fluid or cream may
contain ingredients that could create a male organ health or male organ
safety risk. Recently, the internet and social media have featured an
abundance of posts from men claiming that they like to rub toothpaste on
their manhood and encouraging other men to do likewise. Good idea? Sadly,
no.
Why would a man try toothpaste?
The question naturally arises, why would a man rub toothpaste on his
member? Aside from plain old fashioned curiosity, there could be a number
of reasons, including:
 He can’t find his lubricant. Most men can attest (often from personal
experience) that being sufficiently lubricated is key, whether one is
engaged in penetrative coupling or in one-handed self-satisfaction.
Without that lubrication, a member may get rubbed raw and, if
engaged in coupling, penetration may be difficult or in some cases
impossible. In the heat of the moment, if a guy cannot find his usual
lubricant, he may make do with whatever else is at hand – such as
toothpaste. But, for reasons we shall soon see, this is not a good idea
at all – and partners would agree.
 He wants to clean his member. Cleanliness and personal hygiene are
admirable goals and should be supported. But if a guy wants to clean
his manhood, plain old soap and warm water is a more than adequate
way to do so. Toothpaste is specially formulated for cleaning teeth,
not male organ skin.
 He wants his manhood to taste and smell nice for his partner.
Okay, now this is a very sweet and thoughtful reason, and one can see
how, since toothpaste makes the mouth smell and taste fresh, a guy
might be tempted to apply it to his manhood. But again, the mouth
and the member are two different things. Keep to soap and water for
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the member.
 He wants to get tumescent. For some reason, social media has
recently had a number of men (or one man being very busy) claiming
that rubbing toothpaste on the member cures tumescence dysfunction.
There is absolutely no scientific basis for this, but quite a few men
seem to have tried this – usually to their regret.
Why toothpaste is not a good idea
So why exactly should a man NOT use toothpaste on his manhood? It’s
simple, really. Male organ skin is very sensitive – it needs to be, so that a
man can experience the amazing sensations that accompany sensual activity
and make sensual activity so enjoyable. And many ingredients in many
toothpastes can harm member skin and raise male organ safety concerns. For
example, peppermint, which is in many toothpastes and is thought by some
to help expand blood vessels, is irritating when applied tropically in a
toothpaste. Some chemicals in some toothpastes also have the potential to
diminish fertility. Toothpastes with bleach, used for tooth whitening, can be
especially damaging to manhood skin. And often the ingredients can cause a
severe stinging sensation.
Men should also remember that even if they, for some reason, don’t mind
the toothpaste, their partners may. And toothpaste which gets inside the
female organ or posterior can create an irritation that is harder to reach and
treat.
For male organ safety reasons, men should simply avoid putting toothpaste
on the manhood. Instead, they should consider daily applications of a first
class male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man
Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) which can help
promote male organ health. Look for an oil that contains vitamin A, which
has anti-bacterial properties which can help to kill many of the bacteria that
can be behind persistent male organ odor. The oil should also include
vitamin B5, also known as pantothenic acid, which is required for cell
metabolism and the maintenance of healthy tissue.
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