It takes a pair of balls to make it in this world. Don’t treat your junk, well–like junk. Staying dry and chafe free is all about moisture management. Invest in a trimmer and go to work on the hair downstairs. Next, choose old school, breathable cotton underwear or wear a high tech, moisture wicking pair that will move dampness away from your skin and dry quickly. Finally, stay fresh and friction-free with these products that will keep your boys cool and help you prevent jock itch.
Chassis Man Care has a trio of products dedicated to providing relief from irritation while fighting odor on your most sensitive bits. There is a Shower Primer that gets them nice and clean without stripping the moisture from your skin. After that, a Premium Powder to prevent chafing and eliminate odor. And finally, Extreme Cream will take care of the dryness that causes chafing, odor and irritation. Soothing ingredients like Witch Hazel, Aloe Vera and Hops will keep your package pristine.
Everyone’s a winner at Grooming Lounge. Check out their Super Powder and “empowder” your “boys.” Super Powder is the ticket to comfort. It reduces irritation along with odor, itchiness and excess stickiness. Goodbye sweaty balls, hello power balls!
Maybe you skipped the pre-workout powder and went straight to the raw, red rash set at the end of your sweat session. Cool down with a healing cream like Mayron’s Goods’ Junk Stuff. Zinc Oxide heads up this lotion that creates a protective barrier between the moisture and your skin. Junk Stuff heals with Vitamins A, B5, C, D, E and F. Essential oils such as Almond, Calendula, Aloe, Chamomile, Jojoba, Lavender, Shea Butter and Beeswax will further nourish and soothe. Toss it in your gym bag and add it to your post workout routine.
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