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  in Wellness, Fitness and Diet | Published 2016-09-21 03:45:53 | 109 Reads | Unrated


There can be numerous causes for a manhood rash, and an allergic reaction is one of the most common. Knowing what to avoid to prevent this rash is crucial for a mans manhood health.

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Not only is a manhood rash likely to cause itching and discomfort; it also creates embarrassment for men who are hoping to make a good impression when revealing their equipment to a partner. Since avoiding manhood rash (and treating it when it occurs) is essential to good manhood health, it pays to know about potential causes – including the fact that it may be due to an allergic reaction.

Sensitive manhood skin

Manhood skin is one of the most sensitive areas on the body. It’s typically thinner than the skin on other body parts and it&rs

quo;s also loaded with nerve endings. Both of these factors increase the organ’s susceptibility to allergic reactions.

So what are some of the more common allergic causes of manhood rash?

- Laundry products. While statistics are not kept on such things, it is quite likely that the most common allergic reaction for manhood skin is related to the use of laundry products. Many detergents and fabric softeners are loaded with chemicals that are intended to create a fresher, cleaner smell in fabrics. But the fragrances used for this purpose can be anathema to delicate manhood skin. Using unscented products, with the mildest ingredients, is advised for men with manhood rash.

- Soap. Similarly, some soaps come on too strong for the manhood. What is needed is a soap or body wash that cleans but that doesn’t contain strong perfumes, or doesn’t go overboard on the “antibacterial” promise. Eliminating bacteria is important, but sometimes soaps use chemicals that are too harsh for accomplishing this goal.

- Bling. Some metals can create an allergic reaction, and this is especially true of nickel. Nickel is used extensively in jewelry, so if a partner wears a ring containing it while stroking a man’s manhood, a reaction may occur. This is also true if a man uses a cock ring that contains nickel in its metal mixture. More indirectly, the buttons on button-fly jeans may contain nickel.

- Pollen. Nature is wonderful, but at certain times of year it can be too much of a good thing. Pollen, for example, or tall grasses, can create rashes on sensitive skin – and this is true of manhood skin as well. One doesn’t have to be a naturist, wandering naked through a field, to come down with this; often the pollen can make its way to the manhood despite the presence of clothing.

- Bug spray. It’s important to keep mosquitos and other insects away, especially during the summer, but a guy should be careful; when applying the spray near his junk. The harshness of these chemicals can easily result in a rash if one is not careful.

- Latex barriers. Very sad to say, some men have an allergic reaction to latex, so covering the manhood in a barrier protection made of that material is likely to produce a severe reaction, usually very quickly. Men with this particular allergic reaction need to be careful to use non-latex barrier protections. On a different note, some couple experiment with flavored barrier protections – often with no consequences. However, men should be aware that the ingredients used to provide a nice flavor may cause some manhoods to “rash out.”

A manhood rash due to an allergic reaction needs to be treated promptly – first by identifying the cause of the reaction and then by stopping contact with that trigger. Meanwhile, guys also need to start the healing process and stop the itch that results from the rash by employing a superior manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oilwhich is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) on a regular basis. The sore, dry skin needs to be rehydrated, so using a crème with a combination of potent moisturizing ingredients like natural shea butter and vitamin E is absolutely key. In addition, the skin needs to get revitalized by using a crème with alpha lipoic acid, a necessary antioxidant that battles the free radicals that cause manhood cell damage and slow down the healing process.

Visit for additional information on most common manhood health issues, tips on improving manhood sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy manhood. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.



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For additional information on most common penis health issues, tips on improving penis sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy penis, visit: John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.