Penis Maintenance

Discussion in 'The Healthy Penis' started by fizzyjizz, Sep 5, 2008.

  1. fizzyjizz

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    I thought it'd be a good idea to start a penis maintenance thread where we can all ask for advice on problems with our penises.

    I have an embarrassing problem. For the last few days the head of my penis has been a little dry. I've never had this problem before; normally my head is shiny and moist. I think it might be because i bought a new shower gel.

    Has this happened to any of you guys and what did you do to remedy the situation? Thanks.
     
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    try some cocoa butter...
    sometimes I use it on my entire dick & balls...
    it's a good moisturizer & skin protectant...
     
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    I think you shouldn't be using any soap or detergent on a delicate area like the glans. Water alone should be enough. If you're uncut and getting a little smelly, nature's cleaning and antiseptic agent is always available - your own saliva. Just spit a little onto your fingers, wash with it and rinse off with warm water.

    For your immediate dryness problem try a little "Aqueous Cream", but lay off it when things are back to normal.
     
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    Mark, I agree with the no soap and detergent advice but not the spit advice. Human saliva often is heavily ladened with bacteria and thus could induce an infection.
     
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