Dry, Itchy Member: What’s Causing It, and How to Deal

Dry, Itchy Member: What’s Causing It, and How to Deal
Dry, Itchy Member: What’s Causing It,
and How to Deal
Nothing says hot like a guy furiously itching his junk. Sure, member area
itching is crazy embarrassing, but what’s worse is that scratching only
makes things worse. To ditch the itch, a man needs to find out what is
causing his dry, itchy member. There are lots of things that can make a
member feel like a scratchy Sahara, and thankfully, many of them are pretty
easy to clear up. Let’s talk about dry male organ causes and how to get rid of
it and prevent it in the future.
Dry, Itchy Member Cause #1: Contact Dermatitis
Contact dermatitis is a fancy name for an allergic reaction. This can be
caused by anything that touches the member skin, from a new fabric softener
to a body wash or even a new lover’s lotion. Usually, a member area rash
and tiny red bumps will also show up.
Dry, Itchy Member Cause #2: Ingrown Hair and Folliculitis
An ingrown hair can turn into a painful blister that is itchy and inflamed.
Folliculitis is a condition in which the hair follicles are inflamed.
Dry, Itchy Member Cause #3: Male Yeast Infection
Also known as candidiasis, a man may experience a wicked bad itch,
redness, a cottage-cheesy discharge, and burning with this type of infection.
Dry, Itchy Member Cause #4: Balanitis
Balanitis is an inflammation of the glans of the member. Other indicators
include painful urination, swelling, soreness, and redness.
Dry, Itchy Member Cause #5: Jock Itch
This is a highly contagious fungal infection on and around the member.
Dry, Itchy Member Cause #6: Urethritis
Urethritis is the inflammation of the urethra, which is the magical tube that,
among other things, moves urine from the bladder to the outside world.
Other signs of this condition include frequent urination, difficulty urinating,
and blood in the male seed.
Dry, Itchy Member Cause #7: Psoriasis and Eczema
Both are chronic skin conditions that affect the entire body, including the
member. Psoriasis makes skin cells develop too quickly, so they amass on
the skin, which leads to itchy, red, scaly patches of skin. Eczema is a
condition in which the skin reacts to an allergen.
Dry, Itchy Member Cause #8: Sensual Organ Warts
These bad boys are caused by human papillomavirus (HPV), which is a
partner-transmitted disease. They look like mini heads of cauliflower, are
flesh-colored, and usually itch, and can sometimes bleed when a man is
doing the wild thing. See a doctor or head to a clinic for testing.
Home Remedies for Dry, Itchy Member Skin
While scratching feels like the most fantastic thing in the world as it’s
happening, it’s only a temporary thing (and it usually makes the situation
worse). Rather than a scratch, try one of these home remedies for calming
inflammation and ditching the itching:
o Colloidal oatmeal bath – Oatmeal is not just for breakfast! Oatmeal is
an excellent anti-inflammatory and itch fighter. Put the oatmeal
grounds in a warm bath. Be sure to use the colloidal kind and not the
peaches and cream instant stuff you ate for breakfast as a kid.
o Cold compress – Apply a cold, wet cloth to your junk for 5 to 10
minutes. You can also wrap an ice pack in a dish towel and apply it to
the area as well if you’d rather not get wet.
o Apple cider vinegar – Only use this remedy if the skin is NOT
cracked or wounded. Take 1 part ACV and 1 part water, and mix.
Apply the solution to the affected area. Rinse once dry.
o Baking soda bath – Noticing a theme? Add a cup of baking soda to a
lukewarm bath and chill out for at least 15 minutes. Rinse off when
o Over-the-counter medications, the type to use depending on the cause
– Some options include steroid creams, hydrocortisone, antibiotics,
antihistamines, and antifungal medication.
How to Prevent a Dry, Itchy Member
There are lots of ways a man can prevent dry male organ. Here are 5 things
every man should do to preserve member skin health:
1. Always do a patch test with new products like laundry detergent,
cologne, body washes, and anything else that touches the body.
2. Wear loose-fitting underwear – tight undies can lead to friction and
3. Take a shower or bath daily to remove dead skin cells, dirt, and
bacteria. Be sure to be thorough with both cleansing and rinsing. If a
man doesn’t rinse off well, body wash or soap that’s left behind can
cause dryness and irritation.
4. Completely dry off after showering, as moisture attracts bacteria and
yeast, especially in the nether region.
5. Use a specially formulated male organ health oil (health
professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been
clinically proven safe and mild for skin) to keep dry, itchy member
skin at bay. With natural softeners like shea butter and vitamin E, skin
stays soft and supple. Vitamins A and C offer bacterial protection and
collagen stimulation to improve member area health. This oil is an
extra step that keeps a man’s member in top form.
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