Hey team, it’s Dr. George and I wanted to talk about keeping your skin healthy while you’re wearing a chastity device.
Cock cages or chastity cages are a device that goes over the penis. They can be made of metal, but they can also be made of plastic. Now this can rub against the skin and cause irritation, so it’s very, very important that you’re checking the quality of your skin on a daily basis.
What I would recommend is to remove the cage once a day, and that is to allow yourself to have a shower, to clean the area, but also to inspect your skin and make sure that there is no early signs of rubbing or irritation.
Barrier creams can be useful.
You can get a cream called sudo cream, and that can be a very good way of reducing friction between the device and the skin. If at any point you notice that there is an irritation, I would recommend avoiding putting the cage back on because putting the cage back on is just gonna make it worse, and that could lead to an infection or irritation.
When you are buying a chastity cage, be sure to check is it lovely and smooth? Are there any points that could cause irritation in the skin? By checking this when you buy the device, it will make a huge difference to your comfort when you are wearing it. So that would be my recommendation. Make sure that the skin is intact before putting the cage on.
Perhaps a little bit of barrier cream, like pseudo cream just at points where they could rub and to remove the cage every day to allow cleaning of the skin and inspection of the skin. For uncut, guys, this is a perfect opportunity. Take the cage off, be able to clean underneath the foreskin.
That’s vital and makes a huge difference to your health and the skin health of your penis while you’re wearing a chastity device.
Any questions? Happy to answer below.
In this video, I wanted to discuss skin care when you’re wearing a chastity device, in particular a cock cage.
Chastity cages, often made of metal or plastic, can cause skin irritation due to friction. To prevent this, I recommend removing the cage once a day to shower, clean, and inspect the skin for early signs of rubbing or irritation.
Using a barrier cream like “Sudocrem” helps to reduce friction and points where the skin can rub against the cage.
Avoid putting the cage back on if your skin is broken or irritated as it could lead to infection.
When purchasing a chastity cage, be sure to check that it’s smooth and doesn’t have any potential irritation points. If your skin breaks down you won’t be able to wear your cage and where is the fun in that?
For uncircumcised guys, removing the cage provides an opportunity to wash under the foreskin to keep it clean and healthy.
Overall the key points I wanted to emphasize are:
- Maintaining healthy, intact skin is vital for comfort and safe chastity.
- Consider using a barrier cream strategically if your cock cage is rubbing.
- Remove your cage daily to allow cleaning and inspection of your skin.
I hope this helps you enjoy your chastity experience.