Monday, June 24, 2019

Outdoors and Naked

It was a very nice weekend. Cooler than normal temps - that means low 90s. The pool remained warm enough. So, that's where we spent our time. I've also discovered a new reason to be outdoors and naked....
Last year I went to see a dermatologist for a couple of dry spots that simply wouldn't clear up. No matter how much lotion or oil I slathered on. Well, turned out not to be simple dry skin. Psoriasis. Lovely. But, a mild case. The doc said, "Keep using the lotions, it'll help a little bit."
Well, a couple of weeks ago, there's a spot on the shaft of my cock that is itching, itching, itching. Out of the shower, I take gander.
 A dry spot. The daily Vitamin E oil isn't getting rid of it.... Is it possible, I google. Turns out, yes, it is. Cue the heavy sigh.

But, in my research about Penile Psoriasis, I find out that 10 minutes of sunlight each day will help clear it up. So.....





Not that I ever needed an excuse.

7 comments:

SickoRicko said...

I hope that works for you!

Your French Patrick said...

I think too that the sunlight can be efficient while whatever excuse can never be efficient.
Hugs and bisous, my darlings Jean and Pat.

Xersex said...

love your pics

mistress maddie said...

Had a fabulous weekend at the woods!!!! I get naked, but if I'm laying out I have never played out naked. I love my cock to much to risk anything. To many friends have had issues. I usually take it off to get in pool, or while walking around the pool, grounds, and hiking, but if laying on a chaise...back go goes the square cuts. Plus I find a swim trunk or brief tan line sexy as fuck.

AOM SoulFood said...

It is great to have a doctor's note to get naked outside.: ) I have a mild case, so I try to get sun each day. It does help. Glad you had a lovely weekend. I wish you a beautiful day, my Friend. Hugs, Licks, and Strokes, AOM

JeanWM said...

With that sunlight comes a dose of Vitamin D. Most folks are deficient because they don’t get enough sunlight. You might google sources.
That’s why they think the flu season is in the winter time, vitamin D levels get low. Hugs and bisous.

whkattk said...

@ Jean - That's an excellent observation, and I'm glad you shared it. Come winter, I must do a post about it....if I can remember! Hugs and bisous!