Chef’s Arse Cream
Posted on April 13, 2016
Welcome to CHEF’S ARSE CREAM.CO.UK
You’ve landed here because you’re in dire need of treatment to help relieve Chef’s Arse.
I think I can help, I’ve been a sufferer besides many others myself. It’s a symptom that is all too common to thousands of kitchen workers, namely chef’s who work in hot conditions.
It’s not something that’s going to go away if left untreated, and I can sincerely sympathise when Chef’s Arse strikes. Especially this upcoming summer when the kitchen gets hotter than the black hole of Calcutta.
At work, you’re going to sweat, and lots. It’s perfectly natural to do so especially when it’s the bodies natural process of cooling the skin down. But the problem lies when the sweat clings to your skin turning rank, then causes chafing of the skin, a nasty sore irritation that you could well & truly do without. If left unguarded it could lead to more serious problems like Jock Itch! That’s a serious fungal infection around your groin area you just don’t want!
Common Causes Of Chef’s Arse.
- Working in Hot Humid Conditions.
- Dry Skin from sweat.
- Sweat on skin.
- Build up of Moisture in Underwear and Uniform
How To Treat Chef’s Arse & Relieve Symptoms.
- Wash the effected are with a mild or hypoallergenic soap and pat dry with a clean towel. Do not rub!
- Apply an effective cream.
- If the chafing has already got to the point of severe soreness, bleeding or infection, see your GP immediately.
- Allow the healing process to get to work during your time off.
Prevention Of Chef’s Arse.
- Wear comfortable standard safety Chef’s garments that allow ventilation.
- Keep your skin dry with a change of washed and fully dried Chef’s Uniform.
- Try avoid wearing coarse underwear that will rub against your skin.
- Wash regular and use Talcum Powder to soak up excessive sweat.