Sensible Steps to Fight Male Organ Odor
Because the manhood is so far away from a guy’s nose, he’s unlikely to be aware that he may have a male organ odor issue until after it is in an advanced state. After all, by the time it’s strong enough to reach all the way from the mid-section to the nose, it’s likely to have been building up for a while. And though male organ odor can in some instances signal a member health issue, most of the time male organ odor is more of an embarrassment that a guy simply wants to avoid. Fortunately, there are some basic steps guys can take that are good at eliminating or reducing most common manhood odor issues.
First, it’s important to understand that male organ odor is understandable to some degree. After all, unless a guy manscapes, the member is going to be surrounded by the insulation of all that mid-section hair. It’s also nestled between the thighs, and skin-on-skin contact creates a degree of heat as well. And then when it’s kept underneath (typically) two layers of clothing, it’s no wonder that the area becomes a heat factory, with the resultant bacterial sweat and odor that goes along with heat.
It’s also important to realize that some scent in the male member area is not a bad thing. Pheromones create an aroma potential partners pick up on and which they can find stimulating and desirable. But often that positive scent is drowned out by unwanted male organ odor of the unpleasant sort.
Common sense strategies
And so a man must make sure he is following common sense strategies to keep male organ odor at bay. These steps include:
- Wash.The number one step is to regularly wash the member and the surrounding areas. How often to wash depends on the individual (and on the season). Most men find that daily washing of their manhood – even if they don’t go in for a full shower every day – is best. Some men may need to wash more than once a day, especially if they engage in sports, go to the gym, have sensual activity, or if the weather is especially hot. But be sure to wash with a gentle cleanser and not one with added chemicals and fragrances. Frequent washing can deplete the male organ skin of the oils it needs to stay moisturized, and chemicals and fragrances can bring about rashes or other skin issues.
- Change clothes.Wearing the same clothes all day and all night may increase male organ odor. It’s advisable to at least change underwear, especially on a hot day.
- Air it out.Ideally, a man should let his manhood air out for at least a couple of hours every day. Many guys find it easiest to do this simply by sleeping in the buff. But as long as the member has some “unclad” time, it will help to let unwanted odors disperse.
- Manscape.Some degree of manscaping can help keep the member a little cooler. A full trim of the area is best for this, but even just keeping the midsection thatch trimmed down a bit can make a difference.
- Use a crème.Another common sense approach to reducing male organ odor is to daily apply a top notch member health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). The key is to make sure that whatever crème is chosen includes vitamin A among its ingredients. Also known as retinol, vitamin A is blessed with antibacterial properties that can fight the root cause of persistent male organ odor. Keeping male member tissue healthy also decreases odor issues, so be sure the crème contains vitamin B5. This vitamin is required for healthy cell metabolism and the maintenance of healthy manhood tissue.
Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common member health issues, tips on improving male 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.