Manhood Skin and Vitamin E: The Winning Combinationby John Dugan Owner
Though the member is a hearty organ, the manhood skin can be
rather delicate. That’s why it’s so important to ensure good member care
regimens include the use of a moisturizer that will protect and heal the skin
on a daily basis. When looking for a great male organ health crème, one of the
top ingredients should be vitamin E.
Why vitamin E? What does it do? How can it help assure good male
organ health? Read on to learn more about his miracle ingredient and how it
keeps manhood skin healthy.
What is Vitamin E?
Vitamin E is a naturally-occurring oil that skin cells actually
produce. The vitamin E in our bodies spreads across the skin but almost
immediately begins to vanish. This is especially true when vitamin E meets
sunlight, as the UV rays can destroy this very important oil before it has a
chance to truly protect and hydrate the skin. In addition to the dryness, this
also leaves the skin damaged by the sun, and doesn’t allow the body to make up
enough of it to cover the shortfall.
But a person can be their own worst enemy when it comes to vitamin
E. Remember, it’s an oil - so when it rises to the surface of the skin, it
makes it look shiny and oily. While this is great for the body, it’s not so
great for the mind, as so many are taught that oily skin is bad. Therefore,
here come the harsh soaps and treatments to keep the vitamin E at bay! That
creates a vicious cycle, as the more we cleanse, the more the oil gets stripped
What Does it Do for Manhood skin?
It’s important to understand what a lack of vitamin E means for
manhood skin and overall male organ health. One of the first things that
happens when hydration vanishes is the dryness -and for some men, that can
become quite pronounced, with the skin flaking and peeling. A man might have a
red member, irritated because of that dry skin. And in addition, the skin can
look wrinkly and old, with an itch that just won’t go away.
None of those are good things!
What’s more, when the skin is that dry and itchy, it leads to
scratching. That can mean fingernails digging into the delicate manhood skin,
which in turn can lead to tiny breaks in the skin, an invitation for bacteria
to enter. The bacteria can then lead to infections, which lead to redness,
which lead to more itching and possibly even pain. There is no long-term relief
with this situation; there is only the scratching, which makes things worse.
Using Vitamin E
Vitamin E is great for sealing in moisture, nourishing the cells,
protecting skin from inflammation, restoring the moisture layer, alleviating
the itchiness that comes with dry skin, and keeping the skin supple and ready
So it makes sense to slather on the vitamin E, right? Not
necessarily. A man should look closely at how much he is using, as applying
straight-up vitamin E to the skin can actually wind up irritating it - there
can be too much of a good thing! And there is also the fact that those who take
vitamin E supplements can wind up getting too much in their diet, which leads
Topical application of vitamin E is always a good idea when it is
mixed well with a crème that is designed to allow the oil to seep slowly into
the skin and stay there, where it belongs. Before reaching for a good manhood
skin crème, a man should always check with the doctor to ensure the dry skin or
itchy member is not the result of something else that needs a different kind of
treatment. But once he’s cleared of anything like that, it’s off to the races
with vitamin E!
Maintaining Healthy Manhood skin
When looking for the proper amount of vitamin E to use on the
manhood skin, a guy should reach for a well-formulated male organ health
creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically
proven safe and mild for skin). In addition to looking for vitamin E as a
top ingredient, he should also look for Shea butter. Shea butter is a
moisturizing agent that will hold the vitamin E close to the skin, allowing it
time to absorb and do the healing it needs to do. He should also look for other
vitamins as well, such as B5, C and A.
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