Vinegar for a beautiful, soft scrotum
There are probably some previous posts about using vinegar, but I am just sharing my experience with it.
For the longest time I has some red, thickened, mildly itchy patches on my scrotum which at first I assumed was tinea, however tinea typically doesn’t grow on the scrotum and OTC antifungals did not help. Usually it’s bacteria or candida that grow on the scrotum. I decided to try simple white vinegar (5% acidity). I first coated my sack in vinegar: the areas that were affected turned white and it burned pretty good (as expected) but the burning lasted only a few minutes and the whiteness faded after a few minutes as well. It was nice to see the full extent of the infection, whatever it was. I continued applying the vinegar twice a day and the affected areas shed skin pretty quickly (imagine a peeling sunburn). I scrubeed the dead skin off daily in the shower, leaving fresh (but sensitive) skin. Over 2 weeks the burning when applying the vinegar disappeared, as well as the whitening that initially occured, and my scrotum became soft without the red, itchy patches. Problem solved. I would recommend this to anyone looking to soften their scrotum and to help clear up any chronic, unresponsive infections in the area. But I have a few notes:
1) Avoid getting vinegar near the tip of your penis. It will burn.
2) Vinegar smells, at least the white vinegar I used. I used it before bed and whenever I would have time to wash it away before going out. If you have a wife or girlfriend like me, you’ll have to tell them why you smell like vinegar.
3) Avoid getting vinegar near your anus…it will burn and cause some nice itching later on.
4) Don’t try this if you think you might have an STD…see a doctor.
5) Don’t use on visibly broken skin.
6) If the burning is too intense, try diluting the vinegar in water or using less. I didn’t do this, I just endured the 2 minute burns.
7) Make sure you rub it into the folds of skin well to avoid missing areas.
8) If the burning gets worse, the skin breaks or bleeds, or anything like that, obviously stop using it.
9) Scrubbing the peeling, dry skin off is key!
Hope this helps anyone with a similar problem.