can hair removal cream used near pubic area cause prostate infection
Can use of hair removal cream such as Veet near and around pubic area cause prostate infection.
Varying degrees of skin irritation are possible side effects of Veet, but unlikely to cause a prostate infection directly.
That said, the toxins in these creams can be absorbed by the skin and thus can be another reason that the body weakens. The direct proximity to the prostate area could be a concern.
Toxins are absorbed in the body to some degree. Some get expelled by the urine or feces while some can accumulate in the body.
I would never use toxic products on my skin if I have a choice. We are exposed to far too many chemicals daily.
You would be burdening your body, causing weakness to your immune system and thus allowing pathogens to have a greater effect on your body.
So Veet could not only be a skin irritant but indirectly could help make your prostate less tahn healthy.
What you eat, drink and apply to your skin are not minor health considerations, but major daily choices if you want optimum health.
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