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  • Lotion with Urea?

    Anhbody try a lotion with Urea added?

    From the interwebs:
    ^^ Urea is known as a keratolytic agent. This means it breaks down the protein keratin in the outer layer of your skin. This action can help reduce dead skin buildup and get rid of flaking or scaling skin. The exfoliating actions are strongest in creams containing more than 10 percent urea. ^^

    See for example:
    https://www.caretobeauty.com/us/euce...on-10-urea-1l/
    -Ron Low
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    847 414-1692 Chicago

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    Back when I was a teenager, I remember discovering hand lotion. Urea was listed as an ingredient in what I used, but probably not in the quantity needed to act as an exfoliant.

    As the interwebs might tell you, urea is also naturally present in urine. It doesn't smell as pleasant as hand lotion, but it's cheaper, and readily available.

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    • #3
      Urea happens to be the second most abundant (2%) molecular species present in human urine, after water (95%).

      One of the benefits that intact and restored men derive by peeing through their foreskins is that the urea in their own urine helps keep the mucosal surfaces of the preputial space dekeratinized and supple.

      If you survey a number of the free online spycam urinal videos available on porn web sites of gay interest, you will see that the overwhelming major of intact men DO NOT retract their foreskins when urinating at a public urinal. Instead, they pee through their foreskins. The last drop(s) of urine end up in their prepucial space so that the urea therein then helps keep their glans and inner skin wet and dekeratinized.

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      I've participated in NORM meetings in San Diego, Los Angeles, Seattle (RECAP), and Ann Arbor, Michigan.

      Every doubt, reservation, or concern I had about my restoration was resolved by achieving additional foreskin LENGTH.....So just KOT !

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Science Monk View Post
        Urea happens to be the second most abundant (2%) molecular species present in human urine, after water (95%).

        One of the benefits that intact and restored men derive by peeing through their foreskins is that the urea in their own urine helps keep the mucosal surfaces of the preputial space dekeratinized and supple.

        If you survey a number of the free online spycam urinal videos available on porn web sites of gay interest, you will see that the overwhelming major of intact men DO NOT retract their foreskins when urinating at a public urinal. Instead, they pee through their foreskins. The last drop(s) of urine end up in their prepucial space so that the urea therein then helps keep their glans and inner skin wet and dekeratinized.
        And of course, the simple reason that they don't retract it is that they would never have had any reason to do so. Until some point in their childhood, they wouldn't even have had the ability to do so.

        It's something I never would've understood until a while after I gained coverage, and didn't always dry or shake off the last few drops. I started noticing smegma more often, which makes sense, taking into consideration that there was better exfoliation than before.

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        • #5
          What I find funny is the past promotion of urinating through a skin tube, as a "wash", rather than an exposure to a caustic agent. The Eskimos use urine to tan leather, and if you've ever changed diapers (nappies) on an infant then you know how urine burns the poor tyke's delicate skin.

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          • #6
            I have often urinated through my foreskin and have not had a burning or rash effect.

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