I have a lot of scar and tearing issues to my circumsized penis skin. I was told to apply vitamin e and calamine lotion. I use vitamin e full spec all gama betta's due to me having peyronies disease. Thinking that the full spec would also be better for the skin. I also go Caladryl because the grocery stores said this was the only lotion with calamine. So I am a bit confused if this is the right lotion I should be applying on my penis skin. I have done it once and it tended to burn and dry out so I washed it off in the shower water. How do I properbly apply Calamine lotion? Am I suppost to be using Caladryl in a pink bottle for Calamine lotion? How do I apply vitamin e? Should I apply vitamin e synthetic or continue using the full spec vitamin e? I recently saw a dermatologist and she basicaly said there was nothing I can do about it. I can't take for the a answer I need help I am only 18 and yes it is that bad of a issue. I abused the **** out of it and now I have to live with this stretched tears and scars. Help appreciated thank you!
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