Men’s intimate hygiene

Because of their anatomy, men often believe they are immune from infections and that brief hygiene practices might be sufficient. This is only partly true.

Indeed, it is true that the male genitalia are largely outside of the body. The penis is formed by root, body and glans. Between the glans and the foreskin (the mobile skin that covers the penis), there is the balanopreputial sulcus, in which germs can accumulate.

These organisms usually cause few problems in men but become aggressive if they reach the vagina, where they can cause unpleasant inflammations and infections.

Therefore, even men must take good care of their intimate hygiene, not only for their own health, but also to protect their partners.

At each wash, it is necessary to pull back the foreskin in order to thoroughly wash the balanopreputial sulcus, where germs might stagnate.

Saugella has developed an intimate wash based on natural plant extracts, formulated to meet men's specific hygienic needs.