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Hormones and Your Skin

When skin care products fail to clear up your acne problems, it is an indication that they could be a result of hormonal imbalances. Below are some general guidelines on how to tell if your complexion problems are hormonal:

* You experience acne breakouts the week before your period, mostly on the jaw line, chin and neck.

* Irregular periods and/or excess hair on the face or body in addition to acne could signal a hormonal disorder. Consult your doctor.

* Your skin tends to feel much more sensitive during the fourth week of your monthly menstrual cycle.

Keeping skin acne free requires more than just diligent skincare. It is also a matter of timing your skin care according to your monthly hormonal surges. That is because monthly hormone fluctuations stimulate the skin’s sebaceous glands to secrete oil. The more oil our skin produces, the higher the possibility that acne problems will arise.

THE HORMONAL CYCLE 101

Your cycle begins on the first day of your period and can last anywhere from 21 to 40 days. In the first week after your period, your oestrogen level increases, helping to keep skin clear (oestrogen is the hormone that helps keep oil glands in check). When ovulation occurs around day 14 of your cycle, progesterone (another hormone) starts to surge and your potential for acne blemishes increases and peaks, just days before your period. That is when you will experience oily skin and acne breakouts.

WEEK-BY-WEEK SKINCARE

Week 1 (The cycle begins on the first day of your period)

WHAT’S HAPPENING: Hormone levels are at their monthly low. Skin may appear dull or it could be recovering from premenstrual acne flare-ups.

WHAT YOUR SKIN NEEDS: Regular and gentle care.

* Use mild cleansers that contain soothing ingredients like Aloe, Chamomile or Green Tea. While washing, massage your face gently with the pads of your fingertips.

* Concealers are your skin’s best friends this week. Choose an oil-free one that contains Salicylic Acid or Sulphur, which can help to unclog pores.

* Treat skin to a moisturizing or exfoliating mask. Left on for 10 minutes, an exfoliating mask will remove any flakiness on the skin and have skin lightening effects on a dull complexion. The moisturizing element will provide much needed extra skin hydration.

* Treat lingering acne scars and blemishes with acne treatment products that contain Salicylic Acid or Tea Tree Oil.

TIP: Do not skimp on your moisturizer. Hydrate your skin regularly and choose moisturizers that are oil-free or comedogenic.

Week 2 (The week after your period)

WHAT’S HAPPENING: As oestrogen levels are rising, your skin condition is at its peak with a clear and balanced complexion.

WHAT YOUR SKIN NEEDS: Maintenance and prevention

* For most skin types, ranging from normal to combination skin, this is a good time for professional pampering. Since your skin is not overly sensitive, you can get a simple gentle facial done.

* If you have very sensitive skin, do not go for facials as this may have the effects of over-stimulating your sensitive skin and cause further problems. Opt for a simple regimen that consists of a mild cleanser, sunscreen, moisturizer and a good acne treatment product (if you still experience acne breakouts during this week).

* Keep using the same mild cleansers you used in Week 1 and make sure that you keep your skin clean and fresh by washing your face twice a day. There is no need to carry out excessive cleansing as this may strip your skin of its natural sebum.

* Exfoliate your skin with exfoliating products that contain skin sloughers like Glycolic acid, Lactic acid or Salicylic Acid. However, if your skin is extremely sensitive, you should avoid using such exfoliating products as they may further sensitize your skin.

TIP: Always remove make-up before going to bed. Sleeping with your make-up on can cause pores to clog and trigger acne breakouts.

Week 3 (Ovulation)

WHAT’S HAPPENING: While your oestrogen levels peak, progesterone surges. These hormonal fluctuations cause oily skin flare-ups and acne breakouts.

WHAT YOUR SKIN NEEDS: Acne blemishes battling treatments and moderate exfoliation.

* Keep skin clean and fresh by washing your face twice a day with a mild cleanser, in the morning and in the night. Use an alcohol-free toner to deep-cleanse your pores.

* During other times, cleanse skin by using water only. Water is the natural healer for skin and can calm your skin without stripping your skin of its natural sebum.

* During Week 3 and Week 4, bring oil-blotting pads with you to mop up excess oil for a matte complexion.

* Pamper your skin with products that prevent acne scars and blemishes. They usually contain Salicylic Acid, Glycolic Acid, Benzoyl Peroxide, Chlorhexidine and Tea Tree Oil.

* Use an acne clearing mask this week. For normal skin users, the mask can be used 2 times a week, while sensitive skin users should only use it once a week.

TIP: Resist the urge to squeeze your pimples. Apply a warm washcloth to the pimples for several minutes and follow with an antibacterial Benzoyl-Peroxide or Chlorhexidine product.

Week 4 (The week before your period)

WHAT’S HAPPENING: Your oestrogen plummets while progesterone continues to surge. Your skin is at its oiliest, and painful pimples, bumps or acne cysts flare up.

WHAT YOUR SKIN NEEDS: Tender, loving care.

* Keep skin clean and fresh by washing your face twice a day with a mild cleanser, in the morning and in the night.

* During other times, cleanse skin by using water only. Water is the natural healer for skin and can calm your skin without stripping your skin of its natural sebum.

* Treat your acne scars and blemishes with spot treatments, in the morning and in the night.

* Declog your pores by using an acne mask at least twice this week. Sensitive skin users should only use an acne mask once a week.

* Look for foundations that contain Salicylic Acid, which will help clear pores. Also make sure that your make-up is labeled non-comedogenic so that it would not clog pores.

* Stay away from any sort of skin trauma this week. No waxing, laser treatments, microdermabrasion and facials. You are bound to experience extra discomfort on the acne affected areas if you do.

TIP: If the acne affected areas show no improvement and seem to be getting worse, you should immediately consult a dermatologist who can prescribe topical acne medication or oral antibiotics.

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Goa – The Land of Beauty

Goa is a tiny state of India situated at its west coast. Goa has a heritage of European cultures especially Portuguese mixed with Indian cultures. Firstly it was a union territory of India, after many years it became a state of India. Population of Goa is about 1.5 million and area is about 3700 square kilometers adjoining with Maharashtra and Karnataka.

Goan beach resorts are renowned for its scenic beauty and outstanding services. Beach hotels in Goa are the best accommodations for honeymoon couples. Enjoy the sun, sea and sand on these exotic beaches in Goa and make your beach holiday in Goa.

5 stars to 2 star beach side resorts are easily available for all pockets. 5 Star hotels like Cidade de Goa, Dona Sylvia Resort, Fort Aguada Resort, Park Hyatt Goa Resort and Spa, Majorda Resort, Bogmallo Beach Resort to 2 star or economy resort for luxurious accommodations on beach side. You can also choose Tree houses in Goa, Row houses in affordable rates on beach side.

South and North Goa Hotels and Resorts are located at an attractive picturesque views. The Goa Beach resort also offer attractive Honeymoon Packages, Discount Packages, Special Packages, Cruise Packages, Air Packages and Family Packages. We assure you of hassle free and speedy online booking and also endeavor to get the best hotel booking discounts in Goa.

Dona Poula Beach, Aguada Beach, Palolem Beach, Anjuna Beach, Colva Beach, Bogmallo Beach, Calangute Beach are some of the famous beaches in Goa.

Along with beaches Goa has many other attractions for visitors too. You can see Churches, Temples, Panaji, Wild Life, Water Sports, Old Goa, Anjuna Flea Market, Goa Carnival, Goan Food, etc.

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Ovarian Cancer Symptoms – Silent Symptoms You Must Know

Ovarian cancer symptoms are very unlikely to be detected unless you have knowledge of the early signs and symptoms. The cancer holds its reputation as “The Silent Killer” because of the lack of obvious symptoms in its early stage when its still curable. In three out of four patients, the cancer has already spread from the lower abdomen to other organs before it was discovered in its later stages. And though, 95% of women do experience early signs prior to diagnosis, but sadly the majority of these women do not recognize it as symptoms of ovarian cancer. Therefore, it is crucially important to understand the hidden signs that may pass by swiftly in which it becomes too late to cure. Read thoroughly to learn some of the early signs and symptoms.

Signs & Symptoms

The following can also be from varies other health issues but be cautious if you experience one or more of the symptoms below for one to three weeks and contact your doctor immediately for a pelvic examination test, and a recto-vaginal component, which will show the best prediction of a timely diagnosis.

Symptoms include lower abdominal pressure or discomfort, increased frequent gas, lack of appetite, unusual weight change, abnormality in your menstrual cycles, sense of heaviness in the pelvic, increased frequency and urgency to urinate and/or burning or spasms while urinating, abdomen swelling, feeling full, constant bloating, indigestion, changes in bowel movements, unusual tiredness or fatigue, nausea and vomiting, vaginal bleeding or discharge especially when your not in your menstrual period, lower back pain that worsens over time, difficulty breathing, onset of acne, pain during or after intercourse, sharp pain in or around the ovaries or the pelvic area, and fever.

The link between ovarian cysts and ovarian cancer

Although it is not a fact, studies did find that those who have constant onsets of ovarian cysts or had polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) showed a much increased risk to developing ovarian cancer. Ovarian cysts effects a high majority of women worldwide. Statistics has shown that almost 80% of all women will develop an ovarian cyst at some point in their life, but not all women will experience symptoms. It is vital to learn how to treat cysts or PCOS and reduce your risks of developing cancer.

Treating ovarian cysts and decreasing your cancer risks

You can decrease your cancer risks simply by treating your ovarian cysts or PCOS before they start to get dangerous. Taken birth control or hormonal pills will not take away cysts or PCOS because prescription medication may only cover some symptoms but do not actually prevent the cysts from reoccurring. However, changing to the right diet, exercise, and alternating to natural treatments such as herbal remedies, were found to dramatically shrink and even prevent cysts and PCOS from reoccurring and lowering risks to developing cancer. It is surely something your doctor never mentions to you, but many women actually found great success using natural treatment options that eliminated their cysts within a very short period of only two month.

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Home Remedies For Glowing Skin Include Wakame Kelp Extract and Manuka Honey

One of the age-old home remedies for glowing skin is to make a mask of seaweed. Seaweed or kelp is highly nutritious. The minerals it contains helps to promote the skin’s moisture balance. Basically, it contains electrolytes.

Certain kinds of kelp have been used historically as anti-aging remedies.

Wakame kelp is an example. It was used as a mask to help heal sunburn and placed over the face to protect against it.

Modern research has shown that wakame contains unique compounds that have antioxidant activity. Sulfate polyfucose is an example. It helps protect against free radical damage caused by exposure to UV rays and environmental pollutants.

Wakame kelp extracts have also been shown to inhibit the breakdown of one of the skin’s important compounds in terms of maintaining elasticity and smoothness. Hyaluronic acid is the compound. Wakame helps to keep hyaluronic acid levels high, throughout a person’s life. In older people, it can help return the level to that of a much younger person.

If you do a little comparative shopping, you will see that many of the moisturizers on the market contain hyaluronic acid. In the long run, it is not as effective as wakame kelp extracts.

As alternatives to home remedies for glowing skin, you can look for moisturizers and other skincare products that contain natural extracts. One advantage is that they are less messy. Another is that they are more effective.

Using homemade masks was the only option in the past. People did not have the opportunity to buy products specifically designed for the care of their skin’s health.

Today, we have more to choose from. Some people try to save money by buying the raw ingredients and mixing them together. But, by the time they finish, they have often spent more on their home remedies for glowing skin than if they had bought readymade products.

While it is true that many of the lotions and creams on the market are unsafe, there are still some good products out there. You just have to know where to look for them. The internet has made them easier to find.

Manufacturers are more transparent than they once were, particularly those that use only the best ingredients in their products. They are proud to provide information concerning them.

If a company seems to be hesitant about providing information on ingredients, then you are better off sticking with home remedies for glowing skin. In addition to wakame masks, you can use olive or grape seed oil on a daily basis as a moisturizer. Those oils are found in some of the best anti-aging moisturizers, too.

Other natural compounds that are good for your skin’s health and appearance include honey. All kinds of honey have some health benefits. Active manuka honey is one of the most beneficial. Research has proven that it has natural antibacterial and antioxidant activity.

A milk and honey mask is sometimes recommended as one of the home remedies for glowing skin. Personally, I prefer to use well-made all natural creams that contain the active components of those things. It’s easier and I believe it is more effective.

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Pruning Roses – Crucial Tips on Rose Pruning For Mediterranean Climate Gardeners

The mild winters common to Mediterranean climates means that pruning woody plants in general, and roses in particular, ought to be carried out differently than in cold, temperate climates. This includes both when and how to prune roses bushes.

The reasons for pruning are the same however, irrespective of the climate. These are principally, to induce better flowering in terms of both quantity and quality, and to remove old growth for the purpose of encouraging juvenile growth. The possibility of enjoying the beauty of a rose bush for years to come depends largely on this last point.

When to Prune Roses

In mild winter climates, it is important not to prune too early in the winter, because the combination of warm spells, together with the act of pruning, induces buds to sprout and grow, only for late frosts to wipe out the juvenile tissue. This is not only a source of fungal and bacterial infection, but also is liable to weaken the rose plant in general. As rule of thumb, prune about 6 weeks before the date when frosts are unlikely to occur.

How to Prune Roses

Unlike in cold climates, there is no need to prune the roses hard to the ground. This only wastes valuable energy. Instead, it is often sufficient to remove between a third and a half of the shrub’s height. Preferably, one should cut into young branches, at growing points (buds) that are facing outwards.

New growth does not always develop from old wood, so if all the bush’s main branches are old, it may be necessary to prune higher up the plant, on secondary branches. That is why new growth should be encouraged by clearing old branches at the bud union. (The woody swelling between the roots and the branches)

3 Points to Remember

*While most cultivated rose varieties flower on the current year’s spring growth, some species roses, especially those that originate from continental climates such as in Central Asia, flower on growth that started in the previous spring. The consequence of pruning in the winter, whether at the beginning or at the end, is therefore, to remove all the flower buds. This is invariably the reason behind the common complaint – “my roses never seem to flower!” With such roses, pruning should be delayed until the plants have finished flowering.

*Climbing roses are liable to regress to their non-climbing origins, if branches are shortened too much. Pruning should be restricted to deadheading spent flowers, or entirely removing one or two old limbs.

*Rambling and other species roses are more valuable for their shape, texture, and form, than for their brief period of flowering. Shortening branches, which is suitable for cultivated varieties (hybrid teas, floribundas e.t.c.) spoils the bushes natural shape. In such cases, it is better to thin old wood, by cutting out branches completely.

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Benzoyl Peroxide Vs Hydrogen Peroxide

When seeking out the proper acne treatment many people get stumped by all of the products which are available to them today and are not sure which treatment works best and what products they should be using. Two of the most talked about products are benzoyl peroxide and hydrogen peroxide. While these two have some things in common they are actually very different products and will produce drastically different result.

Benzoyl Peroxide: It has become one of the most well-known and commonly used ingredients in acne treatments. it is not only extremely safe for all skin types, it is also extremely effective in the treatment of acne and other skin problems and blemishes. One of things which makes benzoyl peroxide so effective is it puts oxygen into the skins pores, which helps to increase regeneration of the skin and skin turnover. It cleans deep down to the root of the problem and kills the bacteria which once lived in an oxygen rich zone and is now killed due to the benzoyl peroxide depleting the oxygen.

It can cause some slight skin irritations, but they should go away with time and are nothing to worry about. A lot of the time people with acne choose to over wash their skin not knowing it can actually lead to more breakouts and other skin irritations. Some of the more common irritations associated with are: slight redness of the skin, flaky skin and dry skin.

1. very affordable and sold at most drug stores

2. does not have an overwhelming smell

Hydrogen Peroxide: People may be surprised to hear hydrogen peroxide used by many people to help treat their acne. While hydrogen peroxide is not dermatologist recommended, it is a very old household remedy which many swear by to treat acne. Hydrogen peroxide has been known for its many cleaning uses, such as a mouth gargle or to clean out wounds or cuts. The same cleaning powers which help clean other areas of the body is often applied to the face using a cotton ball.

1. easy to apply

2. it does not over dry the skin

3. does not smell

4. very affordable and readily available

What Product Should I Use?

When determining which product you should use, benzoyl peroxide or hydrogen peroxide, one really needs to consider their skin as well as their skin condition. If a person suffers from mild acne and only has occasional flare ups, hydrogen peroxide should be sufficient to help clean the pores and reduce the sight and occurrence of acne. However, if a person has more sensitive skin and more moderate to severe acne, they should use a product which contains benzoyl peroxide. It can be found in a wide variety of over the counter products and comes in different strengths. It is recommended to start out with a product which contains a lower dosage of benzoyl peroxide and try that for a few weeks and if one’s acne has not cleared up, to then try a product which contains a higher amount of benzoyl peroxide.

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What Happens To Your Skin If You Over Wash?

What happens if you wash your skin too often? Does it get drier or oilier? And is it’s wise to use a skin cleanser, soap, or a make up remover? All of this and then some will be covered in this quick article.

The answer to what happens if you over wash your skin depends on what kind of skin type you have. At first you may notice your skin being drier than usual, but the thing is that often when you over wash your skin it starts compensating the loss of sebum and gets oilier than before.

For most people it is best to wash the skin only once or twice a day. To avoid washing out too much of your skin’s sebum you should wash it with lukewarm water. Hot water is more drying to the skin.

Most soap and cleansers are too harsh for the skin, as they contain risky chemicals and alcohol. Those ingredients can cause premature skin aging and irritation. Avoid all regular soap and cleansers, and if you feel like you need something extra to clean your skin then look for a gentle natural skin cleanser.

Make up removers are mostly the worst for the skin, as they are too harsh. An easy way to clean your skin from make up is simply by using a cold pressed plant oil like olive oil or coconut oil. These things effectively and gently remove make up as well as dirt.

After washing your skin it is important that you moisturize it properly. Regular moisturizers you find in the store can have the same effects on your skin as over washing. This is because they often contain mineral oil, an ingredient that clogs your pores and rips the natural sebum of the skin.

The best moisturizers are completely natural and contain proven effective ingredients. It is wise to choose a moisturizer that helps to prevent skin aging signs like wrinkles and fine lines, because it is harder to get rid of them when they have appeared.

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Five Questions to Ask Your Wedding Makeup Artist to Know If She Is The One

So it’s time to choose a wedding makeup artist. Doesn’t it seem like there are a billion artists and a whole lot of pressure choosing the right one for your wedding? Well, this guide is the ultimate cheat sheet with five of the most critical questions to ask your potential wedding makeup artist before booking her.

1. Have you ever done makeup on someone with my skin condition?

At this point you probably already saw this makeup artists’ portfolio of past brides or past work (which is why you are contacting her in the first place). However, what did those clients look like without the makeup? Did they have acne, black marks, scars, bags under their eyes, wrinkles, freckles, or a birthmark? You want to know that this artist can conceal and contour real faces with real skin conditions. Some before-and-after pictures may give you a clear idea if this makeup artist can handle your unique skin conditions. Because let’s face it – a dab of lip gloss can make an already-beautiful model look even more fabulous, but a talented makeup artist can make her wrinkles disappear.

2. What are your wedding makeup artist fees? (All of them.)

How much is the total cost of wedding makeup services? Does that include a makeup trial? And how about taxes or gratuity? When do you pay? To whom? And how? Which types of payment methods are accepted? (Be wary if this makeup artist only deals with cash transactions.) Are there any hidden fees? Extra charges for extra services? Do you need to buy any products in advance? The answers to these questions will help you get a better idea of what you need to spend to get what you want on your wedding day. After all, you don’t want to break your budget over unforeseen wedding beauty expenses.

3. Do you have a service contract?

Nowadays, you need to get specific details of your agreement in writing – even if your wedding makeup artist happens to be your brother’s girlfriend’s best friend. A clear outline of services could ease your fears and prevent any unpleasant surprises on your wedding day.

4. Could I get a makeup trial?

Of course you can, and you should! However, this question should really be, “how does the makeup trial work”. You need to know how far in advanced could it be booked and how can you schedule one. At which location would the trial be? And who can you schedule it for? If you need a makeup trial for your maid of honor too, then you should ask this artist if she is willing to give you one. If she’s not willing to be flexible, then this might be a deal breaker.

Wait – there’s more. Have you stopped to think about who else may be at your makeup trial? Could friends or family attend your makeup trial? And on the flip side, who would this makeup artist bring with her to your wedding makeup trial? Beauty is important – but safety is first.

5. Would you be the same one who is doing my makeup on my wedding day?

This is HUGE! The last thing you need is to have Naomi do your wedding makeup trial and Jessica showing up on your wedding day to do your bridal makeup. Oh, hell no. That’s a recipe for disaster.

The beautician who did your makeup trial should be the same one doing your wedding day makeup. Period. This is the only way you would know exactly what you are getting on your wedding day. Ask your wedding makeup artist if they will be working at any other event on your wedding day, and if so how many? Find out what would happen if your makeup artist have an emergency on your wedding day and cannot make the appointment.

So there you have it – the five main questions to ask your wedding makeup artist to decide if she’s really “the one”. If you do a little bit of prep work beforehand, your wedding day makeup artist would be one less thing to worry about.

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Some Side Effects Of Acne Medications

People with acne might will generally try anything to get rid of it. Who can blame them? With the wide variety of acne medication on the market, getting rid of acne is something that can be achieved by most people.

However, for every acne medication, there are side effects. And before you try any acne medication, it is important that you understand the risks and the possibility of side effects.

Starting with the most powerful acne medication- Isotretinoin (Accutane)

Isotretinoin (Accutane) is an acne medication that is only prescribed by a doctor for cases of severe acne. It is seen as an acne medication of the last resort. One of the reasons for this is that the side effects of this acne medication can be severe. Do not take this lightly. The side effects of Isotretinoin are so many that blood work is needed before it can be administered.

Some side effects of Isotretinoin include:

* Birth defects. This is the most serious side effect. Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding may not take Isotretinoin. There are no studies about whether the risk of birth defects is the same for men, but men who take Isotretinoin are advised not to get women pregnant.

* Chapped lips

* Depression, feeling ‘off’

* Urinary problems

* Thinning of the hair (temporary)

* Joint and muscle pain

* Headaches

* Dry, chapped skin

* Decrease in night vision

Antibiotics:

Antibiotics are another acne medication with some potential side effects. Many studies have appeared showing the need for restraint in the use of antibiotics. This includes using antibiotics as an acne medication.

The reason for this is simple. Frequent antibiotic use can lead to resistant strains of bacteria. This goes for acne as well. Over time, acne can become resistant to antibiotics if used as a long-term treatment.

Other possible side effects include:

* Rashes

* Photosensitivity

* Gastrointestinal problems

Birth Control Pills

There are many well-known side-effects associated with birth control pills. If used as an acne medication, be aware of these side effects, which include:

* Vaginal bleeding

* Retaining water

* Melasma

* Increased risk of heart attack, strokes, blood clots and breast cancer

* Depression

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5 Frequent Penis Problems That Can Be Avoided With Proper Health Care

For the average guy, talking about penis care is not at the top of the list of conversational topics; yet most men experience penis health issues from time to time that lead to discomfort, irritation, soreness, and loss of sexual pleasure. Fortunately, many of these problems can be prevented by, daily treatment with a formula containing vitamins and minerals with specific penis health benefits. The following information describes some of the most common penis problems and how they can be avoided or treated.

The 5 most common penis problems – what causes them and how to treat them

• Diminished penile sensitivity – Reduced penis sensitivity affects men of all ages; more than 85% of all men report decreased penis sensation by age 39, often starting as early as their teenage years. Penis sensation is often affected by desensitizing of the skin due to constant friction, which may result from frequent masturbation, aggressive sex, or restrictive clothing. Men who treat the penis skin with nutrient formulas containing vitamin B5, which is noted for providing nervous system support and contributing to the regeneration of damaged nerve tissue, may be able to prevent or reverse loss of penis sensation.

• Dry penis skin – Dryness of the penis skin can lead to irritation, itching, flaking, and an unattractive appearance. This common penis problem is generally caused by dry rubbing in men who masturbate without the use of a personal lubricant. In addition, the chemicals in many cleansers and detergents can strip the skin of its natural oils and cause drying and discomfort. Using a rejuvenating moisturizer containing shea oil and vitamin E restores hydration and creates a protective barrier which prevents excessive drying and leaves the penis skin soft and supple.

• Itchy, red, penis skin – Itchy and reddened penis skin can occur when overly aggressive masturbation or sex causes drying and minor skin lacerations; this in itself causes the penile skin to feel irritated and uncomfortable, and the tears in the skin’s surface also permit fungal and bacterial infections to develop. Keeping the skin smooth and boosting its healing ability with rejuvenating vitamins such as A and C can prevent redness, itching and irritation and restore the skin’s natural elasticity.

• Sore, overly sensitive penis skin – Frequent masturbation can lead to pneis skin that is sore, inflamed and sensitive to the touch; without treatment, irritated skin can toughen – much like the skin on the palms of the hands and soles of the feet – eventually resulting in loss of penis sensation. To prevent soreness and discomfort during masturbation and sex, use of an all-natural lubricant is recommended; in addition, keeping the skin naturally hydrated and supple through use of penis nutrients such as vitamins E and D can protect the delicate dermal tissue and boost its healing ability.

• Penis circulatory issues – including dysfunction, unsightly capillaries on penile skin, curved or bent erect penis – Circulatory problems of the penis are some of the most common penis issues experienced by men of all ages. Poor circulation can lead to erectile dysfunction, as well as preventing proper hydration of the skin cells. In addition, circulatory issues are indicated in the development of Peyronie’s disease, a condition in which the penis curves or bends during an erection; this disease can be extremely painful and may even prevent sexual activity. Nutrients such as L-arginine and vitamin C are known to provide circulatory system support, maintaining healthy veins and maximizing blood flow to prevent broken capillaries, erectile problems and disfiguring penis conditions.

How to avoid these common penis problems

Proper nourishment of the penis skin can help men to avoid the most common penis problems and maintain a youthful-looking penis that is responsive to sexual stimulation. The penis benefits provided by nutrients such as vitamins A, C, D, and E, as well as important amino acids and high-end moisturizers, can be most easily obtained through use of a penis health creme (most health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil), which is applied topically and absorbed directly into the penis skin for maximum effectiveness.

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