Protecting Member Skin from the Signs of Aging

by John Dugan Owner

As we get older, it’s the most delicate parts of our bodies that first announce the advancing years – on the face, for instance, laugh lines appear next to the eyes and mouth. The back of the hands become looser and sometimes spotted. The neck gets a little looser too, and winds up covered with wrinkles. All this happens where the skin is most delicate and most prone to the signs of aging. But many men are surprised to learn that even the best manhood care can’t protect the delicate skin of the member from all the signs of aging, and that wrinkles, stretch marks and the like can appear on the equipment as the years go by.

Fighting the signs of aging on member skin

The good news is that with a little proactive attention, a guy might be able to slow the signs of aging and leave his member skin looking younger than the rest of him. Here’s how.

1) As a guy gains weight over the years, his manhood begins to look much smaller. It’s not really smaller, of course – it just looks that way because the fat pad above it begins to cover the male organ and surrounding area, thus taking away inches from the look of the manhood. This sign of aging is all too common, as many men have the ‘beer gut’ that leads to this small male organ illusion. The best way to fight this common sign of aging is to lose weight, especially around the middle.

2) Changes in male hormone levels as a man gets older can lead to serious signs of aging in the form of tumescence dysfunction. Though many men continue to be ready and raring to go into their elder years, many men wind up going the opposite direction and suffering from a variety of problems when trying to get it up. Unfortunately, there is little a man can do about his naturally dropping male hormone levels, but there are medications out there that can help eradicate this particular aging issue.

3) Loss of sensitivity is a big complaint as men get older. It makes sense – over time, the delicate member skin suffers from a variety of insults, from minor irritations to simple friction of rubbing against underwear to sometimes more serious issues, such as infections. As manhood sensation begins to waver, it’s important for a man to step up his care regimen, including the use of a good health crème. This can help preserve sensation and perhaps bring back a bit of what was lost.

4) Issues with blood flow can lead to signs of aging in the manhood as well. How does this work? Because the member is dependent upon excellent blood flow to get and maintain firmness, a guy who has problems with his cardiovascular system might notice that his tumescence isn’t as hard, or doesn’t last nearly as long as they used to. He might also notice that the color has changed a bit, from a vivid and healthy reddish color to more of a pink – still healthy, but definitely a sign that there isn’t as much blood flow. To remedy this, a guy should watch his diet, keep his weight in check, exercise regularly and get to the doctor to check out any problems.

When it comes to the wrinkles, age spots and other skin issues that come along with aging, a man can help keep those at bay with the right male organ care products. One must-have product is a specially formulated manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). He should look specifically for a crème that contains vitamin A, which fights against odor, as well as vitamin B5, which is great for keeping skin looking young and healthy. Other vitamins, such as E, D and C, can go a long way toward keeping member skin as healthy as possible.

Visit for additional information on most common manhood health issues, tips on improving male organ 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.

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