Scrotox is a common condition that affects millions of people worldwide. It is caused by a buildup of dead skin cells on your body surface. The problem with Scrotum is that the skin cells are not shed properly or at all, they remain there until they fall off due to various reasons such as being burned, scratched, cut, etc…
A scrawny looking face and a puffy red nose. Scrotal exfoliation is a procedure that removes dead skin cells from your scrotum. Scrotal exfoliation is performed under local anesthesia and involves the use of a scalpel blade to remove dead skin cells from your scrotum. The procedure is usually done once every few months to keep the skin cell buildup at bay, however some individuals may need it more often than others. There are two main types of Scrotopolysis procedures; surgical and non-surgical. Non-Surgical Scrotopolysis
The most common type of Scrotopolysis procedure is called “Non-Surgical” because it doesn’t involve cutting into your scrotum. You simply scrape away the dead skin cells that build up over time. The procedure is typically done under local anesthesia and involves the use of a scalpel blade to scrape away dead skin cells from your scrotum.
The second type of scrotum exfoliation procedure is called “Surgical”, as the name suggests, it involves making a small incision into your scrotum to scrape away dead skin cells that have built up over time. Much like the non-surgical procedure the surgical one is typically done under local anesthesia and involves the use of a scalpel blade to scrape away dead skin cells from your scrotum.
How does Scrotox work?
As a man ages, his body stops producing as much testosterone. The body then begins to store fat in the most unattractive places including the scrotum. This is turn contributes to the condition known as Scrotox, or in common terms “Baggy Cocks.” Since testosterone is the main hormone that allows the body to build lean muscle mass and burn fat, it follows that men with lower testosterone levels will have less muscle and more fat. The lower testosterone levels then further decrease libido because the man is less physically attractive. As men age, their testosterone levels fall. In fact, many men start experiencing andropause symptoms (such as low energy and loss of libido) after their mid-30s. Since a large portion of the male body is made up of muscle tissue, the fat content can make men appear older than they actually are.
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