A woman may be aware of skin issues on a man, such as a dry manhood, before the man himself. Speaking up and taking action to correct these issues benefits both parties.

Many women are proud of their partner's equipment, but that pride can take a hit when a man comes down with a case of the dreaded dry manhood. Skin issues are common on male genitalia, but that doesn't change the fact that a patch of dry, flaky, or scaly skin on a guy's tent pole can be more than a bit off-putting. Sometimes it is in the best interest of a woman to take the bull by the horns, so to speak, and have a talk with her man about proper male organ health and treating dry skin.

Male organ health
Here's a little secret for the ladies: although many men may tend to think with their male organs, they don't necessarily think about their male organs. In other words, for many men, the male organ enters their consciousness only in terms of how ardent a lover it makes them; too often, they don't devote much time thinking about its overall health - until an issue arises.

Many men may not even be aware that their male organ has any skin issues. They may notice that they're scratching more often, and when the skin gets flaky or scaly, they kind of have to take note. But they're likely to not take the time before then to examine their tool and see if there's evidence of dryness or signs that skin issues could be developing.

What causes dry manhood skin?
Obviously, lack of appropriate moisture is the cause of dry skin on the male organ, but what causes this lack of hydration on the organ? After all, as many women have undoubtedly noticed, the male organ area tends to be rather moist; there's often a fair amount of sweat there.

But that sweat is one of the reasons for the dryness. When the body releases sweat, it is expelling moisture that then needs to be replenished. In addition, the heat near the male organ - which results from factors such as increased blood flow when excited, the presence of a healthy bush of hair and the warmth generated by being kept beneath both a pair of underwear (often tight) and a pair of pants (also often tight) - contributes to the dryness.

Furthermore, the male organ skin, being very thin, is especially sensitive to chemicals and other potential irritants. Sometimes a soap or laundry detergent may be too harsh for the manly little fellow. Psoriasis or another skin-based condition may also cause dryness and itching. And manual stroking without sufficient lubrication can also create a dry skin situation.

What to say
Guys tend to be a bit sensitive about their members, but it's important for a woman to bring up a dry manhood or other skin issues that she observes. For the best results, a woman should try this approach:

• She can start off by complimenting the partner on his member. Praise its looks, it stamina and its power.

• She should mention that while observing its beauty, she noticed that the head looked a little dry and that the skin seemed a bit cracked.

• Voice concerns about how that must be a little painful and that she's worried about any damage coming to a body part that means so much to her.

• Bring up how much fun it would be for them to re-moisturize the male organ - together.

To be most effective, a woman should then have on hand a first rate male organ health cream (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil) that she can help apply to her partner's dry manhood right then and there. She will need to make sure that the chosen cream is solid in the moisturizing department: one with a high end soothing emollient like shea butter and a natural hydrator like vitamin E is the best bet. For even better results, the cream should also include vitamin A; its anti-bacterial qualities help to fight unwanted male organ odor (another one of those issues of which a woman may be more aware than a man.)