What Is Chef’s Arse?
Posted on May 3, 2016
What is Chef’s Arse?
Chef’s Arse is the informal way to describe chafed skin. Thousands of chef’s working here in the U.K will know this name in the industry. It’s a basically a term used to say they have a sore bum or gonads.
How is Chef’s Arse Caused?
Chef’s Arse is caused by the build up of sweat against the skin in unventilated areas such as your underwear. Untreated it can lead to abscesses.
What can I do to prevent Chef’s Arse?
You should take enough showers or wash & pamper your balls and bottom with talcum powder to mop any excessive moisture before and after work.
Are there any lotions or creams I Can use?
What should I not do?
Do not apply deodorant under no circumstance to the affected area. The alcohol content will only make matters worse for the healing process and will sting like a hornet.
Can I completely cure Chef’s Arse?
No. You can only ever take preventative measures against it. It’s natural to sweat and your body is expelling moisture to cool the skin. Because the sweat cannot evaporate away from the surface because you are clothed in a uniform. That’s one of the downsides of being one, as you cannot wear shorts and a t-shirt like a construction worker to cool off.
- Wash as often as you can with tea tree oil, rub not scrub gently and pat dry with a soft clean towel.
- Apply specially formulated creams for your condition to aid prevention or recovery.
- Wear Cotton underwear to take sweat away from the skin, unlike synthetic or nylon types.
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