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    Default Penis skin peeling...

    Reaching out for some suggestions and advice regarding a dry patch of skin underneath DS' doodle... At first I thought it was cream that collected under there but on further examination, it appears that it is peeling skin.
    Is this normal and what should I do about it? I am being very thorough with drying it after bath and don't use soap..

    Thanks in advance!

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    My son had the same problem when he first started learning to potty train. At first I treated it with his usual moisturisers but that didnt work. then I thought he had picked up something from the public toilets so we went to the doctor who suggested combining canesten and moisturises. still no result. Saw another doctor who thought it was just Eczema (my son suffers from Eczema but never in that region before!) and two nights of advantan and problem solved.

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    I guess it may be too dry so the skin is peeling
    So it needs to be moisture, I know there are some natural remedies to treat peeling skin like:
    - Olive oil: Heat some extra-virgin olive oil in the microwave, apply it to the affected skin areas and massage gently so that it can penetrate into the skin. Perform the treatment thrice regularly until your skin condition gets better.
    - Aloe vera: Take an aloe vera leaf and extract its gel, add two teaspoons of the gel to a small dosage of vitamin E oil, rub the solution over the affected skin areas. Let it dry before washing off with warm water.
    - Honey: Prepare a little amount of honey and rub it on the affected skin areas, leave it on for about 5 minutes, Let it stand for another 10 minutes then rinse it off with clean water.
    There are many more remedies for peeling skin you should know here https://authorityremedies.com/home-r...-peeling-skin/
    Hope my post can help you out

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