In caveman days, men probably didnâ€™t particularly care about how their manhood skin looked. After a hard day of hunting, starting a fire with a couple of sticks and dodging large, beastly predators, manhood care was not necessarily uppermost in their minds. But nowadays, with most men having more time to worry about things like the state of their manhood skin, more and more take an interest in what kind of a signal their manhood sends to partners. Does it look healthy? Disease free? Bereft of flakiness or red patches? And so the modern man may consider using a spa-styled treatment or two on his member to give the skin an extra attractiveness.
Not in a spa
Although there are exceptions, most spas do not readily offer a treatment specifically aimed at manhood skin. For that reason, guys interested in a spa treatment experience for their own skin will typically have to resort to a DIY solution. With that in mind, the following tips may prove valuable.
Start with a soak
A shower is nice and an easy way to keep things clean on a daily basis, but a spa treatment is all about pampering the skin â€“ and that requires taking time with things. Begin by drawing a bath and giving the member a nice, long, slow soak. Be sure that the water is comfortably warm. Cold wonâ€™t relax the skin properly, and hot will deplete the skin of natural oils, which are essential for proper manhood skin moisturization. And keep the water plain; donâ€™t add bath salts or fragrances. Manhood skin is delicate, and chemicals can have a deleterious effect on it.
Intact men will need to take a little time to peel back the prepuce and gently rub beneath the hood, to ensure that any built-up debris gets washed away. But aside for that, the goal is just to relax in the bath for a good 10 or 15 minutes, letting the skin soak up hydration.
When finished, be sure to pat the skin dry with a soft towel, rather than briskly rubbing with a rough one.
A big part of normal skin care is exfoliating â€“ rubbing away dead skin cells to allow fresher, newer skin to arise. Itâ€™s true that exfoliating tends to make skin look healthier and more vibrant; however, care must be taken when exfoliating the manhood skin, due to its extreme delicacy and sensitivity. Rather than using a rough pumice stone, take a smooth washcloth and gently wipe the entire length of the manhood, both on top and underneath.
Bring on the moisturizer
With the skin still slightly damp, a moisturizer needs to be applied. Moisturizers are intended not so much to create new moisture as to help â€œlock inâ€™ the moisture that is already on the skin. After a warm bath, the skin pores are more open, so they are better able to absorb the moisturizer and store it. Be sure to use natural moisturizing ingredients, or a crÃ¨me that includes them. (This can be an excellent time to use a male organ health crÃ¨me, if it has the proper moisturizing ability.)
Allow enough time to let the manhood â€œair outâ€ for a while after the bath. This helps prevent or diminish persistent male organ odor.
A spa treatment to help strengthen the manhood skin will be most effective if a man regularly uses a top drawer male organ health crÃ¨me (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). The chosen crÃ¨me should supply both a high-end emollient (such as Shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E) to effectively moisturize the skin. It should also include vitamin A, which has anti-bacterial properties to help fight unwanted and unpleasant male organ odor.
Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving manhood sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy member. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.