Below the belt 2 for £10 at Boots
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Below the belt 2 for £10 at Boots

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Found 22nd Jul 2017
Some grooming products for the gents that may benefit both.
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SleepyChris7 m ago

What happens when you follow those links?

You get balls loads of bla bla bla telling you, that you need this overpriced item, but doesn't say how you managed to survive not loosing your manhood without it until now.
Talc or baby oil for far less might do the trick (if you have issues down there).
Edited by: "itlums" 22nd Jul 2017
I didn't even know this kind of thing existed. Initially I thought it was just some gimmicky b*****cks...but thinking about it the fresh and dry one sounds like happy b****cks in this weather.
31516183-5utIT.jpgI use this... Then a bit of swarfega to get it off after a good run is all it takes.
they also have a product called 'fresh and dry balls'
I have a cheaper alternative, ta
Cornflour....
itlums22nd Jul

You get balls loads of bla bla bla telling you, that you need this …You get balls loads of bla bla bla telling you, that you need this overpriced item, but doesn't say how you managed to survive not loosing your manhood without it until now.Talc or baby oil for far less might do the trick (if you have issues down there).


Not to be unnecessarily panic-mongering but (for women at least) there looks to be some links to cancer when using talc in 'intimate' areas. Johnson and Johnson paid out millions so far.
Heat.Sink22nd Jul

they also have a product called 'fresh and dry balls'


And Instant Clean Balls
How has mankind managed to survive and prosper without talc for balls?? Ffs
Tomston23rd Jul

Not to be unnecessarily panic-mongering but (for women at least) there …Not to be unnecessarily panic-mongering but (for women at least) there looks to be some links to cancer when using talc in 'intimate' areas. Johnson and Johnson paid out millions so far.

Well pointed out, was not aware of the thing.
Anyway... If person is healthy and looking after oneself - nothing needs to be used.
I was bombarded with notions to "use these and must have thats" when started in a restaurant as a waiter (due to loads of activity at work) , but had no issues.
Ditch antibacterial soaps and if shower taken up to daiIy basis - don't scrub your skin as it removes a crucial outer skin which is one of protective layers. But if skin is dry - see first if enough water is used on a daily basis and analyse the food digested on a regular basis.
I assumed this might be for runners as only time have wanted anything added to protect from friction was for half marathon plus runs.
Load of b*llocks if you ask me
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