Creams To Accelerate Healing?

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  1. Paul Vincent

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    Hi. Does Zinc Oxide/Camamile cream make you heal faster? Its just that I have this scab on the topside of my cock from when a girl dug her nail into my cock (by accident) and scratched it and its got a big scab on and is rough etc...I want it to heal. Masturbating every day isn't helping so I was thinking of getting a cream.

    Any recommendations?
     
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    Paul, there is an ointment you can get in most chemists in the UK called Fuller's Earth. It is excellent for it's healing properties.
     
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    Anything with Aloe Vera in it. And leave it alone for a few days to let it heal (easier said than done, I know.)

    Also, make sure that girl trims her nails! Fingernails can be dangerous to cocks and a lot of women don't realize it.
     
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    Hmm thanks people. It hurt too cos she had some of those inch long fake nails on.

    Anyway...should I get ointment or a plaster/'gauze'?

    I was thinking of getting some plasters with silver in (I think that was it) because apparently that helps healing too. Don't wanna be buying loads of ointments and plasters just for a little cut on my knob :tongue:
     
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    The fullers earth won't be expensive. I would not bother with plasters, gauzes etc.

    EDIT - Having looked at your gallery you are probably going to need the large tub of cream.
     
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    Fullers earth creams are gonna be good, also Sudocreme Sudocream(?) is gonna be good. I remember you posting about other problems, sudocream is good, it's used for nappy rash but it works well and you get a lot more for your money.
     
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    Yeah I got some Sudocrem today.

    I actually have a 'cum rash' lol. I wipe my cum on my boxers and it was sticking to my leg and making it clammy. So I have a small rash on my left thigh. Its better now :redface:

    Thanks.
     
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    Glad to hear that you're all better now. Funny the things I've learnt from being a parent! :biggrin1:
     
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    I've used a coco butter/aloe vera ritual for injuries all my life. It helps healing and fades scars well.

    Tell the bitch to lose the whore claws.
     
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