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Posted by Misty Travieso on

Ever heard of Balantis? Many people haven't, but it is something that effects quite a lot of men. Balantis is a type of infection of the penis that generally effects men who still have foreskin. There are ways of finding relief for it, but sometimes it can be painful or itchy. Here is some information on Balantis and ways to find Balantis relief fast!

What is Balantis?

 Balantis is an inflammation of the head of the penis. It usually causes redness or a rash inside the foreskin and on the glans. There can sometimes be a discharge that comes out of the penis as well. It can become very itchy and very uncomfortable for some men. The penis may also have a very strong odor once infected. There are other men who have Balantis, but are unaware of it because it feels completely normal.

Balantis is not a sexually transmitted infection and men cannot get it from women. In that same regard, a woman cannot contract it from a man either. This infection occurs when organisms begin to grow in the foreskin because of the moist and warm conditions of the foreskin. Men, do not get worried about Balantis, there is relief in site!

Swiss Botany and Balantis

Balantis is a very embarrassing infection to have. There is a way that Swiss Botany can bring you some relief. We have a Penile Health cream that can help to treat the redness and dry skin that Balantis can cause. This cream can help men to find ultimate relief from the itching and redness that Balantis brings. It can do so much more too! It can also bring back some sensitivity into your penis that you may have lost with age! That's right! It can do so much for your penis and bring you relief from Balantis. 

Our penile health cream is one in a million! With shea butter and vitamin E, your penis will not only feel better, it will begin to work a little better once it regains its full sensitivity again. 

Balantis Penis

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