Men's Health

Welcome to my site, enjoy your stay!

Handling an Itchy Male Organ on Vacation

July 8, 2017

Summertime is the season when people like to pick up and take off for a while, whether on a vacation to a different continent or just to a nearby county. A vacation is an excellent way to relax and forget about the woes and worries that beset a guy at work and at home. But some woes - like an itchy male organ - don’t necessarily stay at home. Practicing proper member care can help address the itchy male organ issue while enjoying a vacation.

Identify the cause

The first step is to see if there is a cause for that itchy male organ before leaving on vacation. Is it jock itch? Eczema? A reaction to the chemicals in the laundry detergent? If a man is able to identify what is causing his itch, he can take some definite steps to relieve it - and perhaps make it go away before he even embarks on his vacation.

Bring what is needed

But sometimes a cause isn’t easily identifiable - or a man may simply have sensitive skin that is prone to itching. In such cases, it helps if a man brings supplies that can help prevent an itchy male organ while traveling.

Generally, a man travels with certain essentials: toothbrush, deodorant, etc. To help avoid an itchy male organ, he may want to consider the following as well:

- Soap, shampoo and lotion. Yes, it’s true that one of the nice things about going to a hotel is knowing that they supply these essentials. But a man with sensitive manhood skin may regret using hotel supplies. They may contain chemicals (especially fragrances) that may not be "in sync" with his manhood skin needs. Even if a man uses shampoo and conditioner only on the hair on his head, it often drips down to other body parts, and contact with the male member can spark discomfort. The same goes for body or hand lotions; applying unfamiliar products to the member can be risky.

- Shaving materials, too. By the same token, it pays to bring along his own shaving cream or gel, razor and aftershave - and that’s especially true if manscaping the male organ is involved. Using a new, never-touched razor is perfectly fine, but never use another person’s razor when manscaping.

- Protection. One of the pleasures of a vacation for a guy traveling alone is the opportunity to make new friends. Of course, if a guy ends up in bed with one (or more) of those friends, he needs to pack plenty of protection. Assuming he is not allergic to latex latex barriers, it’s okay to buy latex barriers while on vacation - but beware of any with "add-ons" (such as fragrance or spermicides) that may irritate the male organ skin. And be sure to purchase a latex barrier that fits properly; those that are too tight or too loose can cause skin irritation during vigorous activity, leading to irritation and itchiness.

- Plenty of underwear. Some guys skimp on the underwear, assuming they can do laundry on vacation. The problem is that they often end up using bar soap or whatever detergent a vending machine has - and that may mean inviting harsh chemicals in. Some guys also opt to go commando, which has its perks, but sensitive manhood skin may get irritated and that often leads to prolonged itchiness.

Perhaps most importantly, help keep an itchy male organ at bay on vacation by bringing and regularly using a high level member health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . Search out a crème that is heavy on the hydrating capability, preferably one with both a high-end emollient (such as Shea butter) and a natural hydrator (like vitamin E); skin that is well moisturized is less likely to itch. For even better results, find a crème that also contains vitamin C, which is noted for its role in giving male member skin tone and elasticity.

Go Back