Manhood Skin 101: Understanding Eczema

Eczema is a very common skin condition, affecting everyone from infants to the elderly. It results in dry, itchy skin and is often accompanied by a thick rash that makes the skin look and feel bumpy and rough. A man might be perfectly healthy otherwise, but a bit of eczema can leave him with an itchy, red member that causes some serious discomfort.

It’s important to understand what eczema is in order to understand how to fight it. Let’s dive into a lesson on dry, itchy manhood skin.

More About Eczema

Eczema is a bit of a mystery, even to those who develop it. It is a superficial skin condition that causes redness, inflammation, itching, and a telltale rash. It often begins in childhood but doesn’t resolve when someone becomes an adult. Eczema might be inherited, or it might be the result of an allergen of some kind; it depends on the person. Usually eczema occurs on one part of the body, such as the hands or face, but it might also occur on the male organ.

No matter where the eczema strikes, the effect is the same. On the male organ, symptoms might include a red member, itchy manhood skin, a rash that feels rough to the touch, and even small pustules or pimples that might open up and scab over. Leathery skin is a problem with eczema, and the itching can be bad enough that a man has to reach for prescription treatments to alleviate it. For some, extended issues with eczema can also affect the pigment in the skin, leading to male organ discoloration.

As mentioned, every man is different and what causes his eczema varies. However, there are some triggers that might push a guy’s skin to be more prone to an eczema flare. Here are the things that commonly cause the problem:

1) Dust mites or pollen

2) Viruses or bacteria

3) Certain foods, especially eggs, dairy, soy, and wheat products

4) Soaps, detergents, fragrances

5) The use of certain cleaners and disinfectants

6) Hot weather – or very cold weather

7) Sweating during and after exercise

To determine what is causing the red member as a result of eczema, a doctor can do a skin patch test. This might help figure out a few of the triggers.

How to Treat the Red Manhood Skin

The itching associated with eczema can often be handled with a cortisone cream. However, cortisone cream can cause problems for manhood skin, leading to irritation and dry skin, thinning of the skin, and even stretch marks. But many doctors will prescribe this prescription cream for short periods of time to help knock out the worst of the eczema outbreak. Other things men can do at home to help alleviate the red member include:

1) Never scratching the area

2) Never using cleansers with fragrance or similar ingredients

3) Using oatmeal baths to alleviate the itching

4) Wearing only cotton clothing that can “breathe” as necessary

5) Gentle cleansing to keep the area clean and patting the skin dry

6) Abstaining from sensual contact during the eczema flareup

A man can also turn to the regular use of a high-quality male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Though all the top-quality ingredients matter, such as vitamin A, B5, C, and D, the real powerhouses in this situation are the 2 synergistic ingredients for softness: shea butter and vitamin E. Both ingredients are well-known for their healing properties, and that’s exactly what red manhood skin needs when eczema comes calling. Apply at least once a day, especially after the use of cortisone cream, to help ensure proper coverage.

Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving member 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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