How to clean an uncut penisFreyja
February 28, 2023
Washing your penis properly is super important. Most people assume that they know how to wash their penis, but that might not always be true. You should take your penis hygiene seriously, because, if it’s not clean no one’s gonna wanna put that in their mouth. Also, having a clean penis will reduce your chances of UTI’s, and other infections. You will also want to stay on top of cleaning your penis in order to avoid the build up of smegma which is a white discharge that collects under the foreskin and can smell. Hygiene is sexy!
All penises need to be cleaned, but if you have an uncut penis, you should pay extra attention to how you are cleaning your penis.
How to clean foreskin:
You should gently pull back the foreskin. Do not pull back the foreskin with force as you do not want to tear the skin. Once the foreskin is pulled back, you can clean the head of the penis with water, then rinse underneath the foreskin. Use warm water. Do not scrub harshly as this can irritate the skin. Remember to also clean the base of your penis and the balls. Afterwards, pay the area dry, and then pull your foreskin back over the tip of your penis.
What not to do:
Do not use cologne on your penis. That’s not going to clean it. Do not spray your penis with deodorant. Do not use lotion or body washes. Do not use any alcohol substances
If you notice anything that looks strange when cleaning your penis, go see your doctor. And, always remember to clean your penis after exercising and sex!
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