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my friend has (smegma) which is a white substance that forms under his forskin, he is not circumcise. He would like to know if there is a known cure for it? He cleans it everyday, yet it still appears from time to time. If there is some other way to deal with (smegma) please let me know.

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your friend more like you!! lol
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There are only 2 ways to solve the smegma issue. One is surgical cirumcision while the other is training the foreskin to stay permanently retracted like a circumcised penis would. In that way smegma production would be much reduced.
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Smegma is a naturally occurring substance – even men who are circumcised will develop it, although it is less likely to stick around without the foreskin. It is nothing more than dead skin cells and body oils that accumulate under the foreskin or around the crown of the penis. It is a good idea to wipe it away while bathing, because it provides a breeding ground for bacteria that can lead to infection, and it can also smell bad; just keep in mind that it will continue to occur, so frequent bathing is necessary to keep it under control. Using a penis health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) is also recommended to help keep the skin clean, reduce odor-causing bacteria, and keep the penis healthy overall.
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Hi chrissie:

Smegma is not a disease and cannot be "cured". Smegma is a substance.

Smegma is a natural, normal, harmless, and healthy substance. It is a mixture of exfoliated skin and skin oils. Smegma collects under the foreskin. It is normally white in color. Some people believe that smegma resembles cream cheese.

It can get irritating if it stays for a long time without being washed away, so it is good practice to wash under the foreskin periodically.

Accumulated smegma may get hardened and difficult to remove if it stays a long time such as under a foreskin that is not retracted. Olive oil has been recommended for softening and removing hardened smegma.

Since smegma is composed of exfoliated skin and skin exfoliation occurs continuously, then smegma is continuously forming. You may expect to see more every day.
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