I’m going to shoot straight as an arrow. You need to take care of your family jewels. I’m talking about hygiene and health of the famous twin –Ernesto and Erevesto.
Good ball-focused hygiene practices can make a difference in your daily comfort and your long term health says Men’s Health Magazine.
“The nether regions are a part of your body that are warm, moist, and dark—the essentials for breeding germs,” says John Zampella, MD, assistant professor of dermatology at NYU Langone’s Tisch Center for Men’s Health.
“Gently wash your balls every day with cold water and mild-soap-the soap you use matters a lot. Men’s Health recommends a soap that’s gentle and fragrance-free since harsh ingredients and lots of fragrance can cause irritation on the sensitive area.
“Antibacterial soaps tend to be harsh on the skin and ingredients like menthol and tea tree oil may be uncomfortable on your balls”.
Men’s health advises to thoroughly dry your ‘jingle bells ‘with care and tenderness. It is recommended you use powdered to keep your nuts dry. Dry is perfect, too dry is bad. Look for gentle creams that are still talc and aluminum free and have soothing ingredients since y;oou are using it on your family jewels.
Be Careful while manscaping your ‘boys’. The biggest risks of manscaping are infection, ingrown hairs (pseudofolliculitis), and skin irritation, “according to Doug Janczyn, owner of Manscape Spa in Victoria, Canada. Nearly half of men cuts and serious injuries from manscaping, a recent study by Lawnstarter says.
Choose the right razor for manscaping your ‘boys’, Men’s health recommends Gillette Sensor2 Plus Pivoting Head Disposable Razors and advises on trimming instead of shaving and recommends using an acne wash with salicylic acid before and after ‘scaping to help control ingrown hairs.
Fertility and sterility study found that temperatures could harm sperm quality, as such MH advises to keep the ‘treasures’ cooled by avoiding use of a laptop on your laps as it increases their temperature.
I wish your ‘boys’ health and prosperity.