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YoRo Naturals

Remedywear™ (TENCEL + Zinc) MEN'S Boxer Briefs

Sale price$49.99

Best Underwear for Jock Itch and Buttocks or Scrotal Eczema

Remedywear Men’s Boxers Briefs feature TENCEL fibers embedded with zinc oxide, renowned for its anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties.  They work great alone to soothe irritation or wear them with natural skincare to enhance and support the effectiveness of your eczema or scrotal dermatitis treatment. The clinically-proven [1] fibers are woven into a super soft fabric with comfortable stretch that fits like a second skin. A latex-free elastic waist band and stretchy material hold the fabric in place all day and night for lasting comfort without rubbing, sliding, or pinching.

These fitted boxer briefs are the best underwear for jock itch and buttocks or groin eczema because it covers the entire area with soothing relief. Enjoy moisture-wicking benefits with no chafing or sweaty irritation.

  • Awarded the National Eczema Association Seal of Acceptance™.
  • Stretchy and form-fitting
  • Moisture-wicking sweat control
  • Excellent underwear for jock itch, groin eczema and as a scrotal dermatitis treatment.
  • Inside flat seams.

Remedywear is 100% satisfaction guaranteed or your money back within 30 days of purchase.

See the full line of Remedywear for babies to adults here.

Also, check out these 100% Organic Cotton Lounge Pants for Men.


[1] Wiegand, 2013, Skin-protective effects of a zinc oxide-functionalized textile and its relevance for atopic dermatitis. Clin Cosmet Investig Dermatol; 6: 115–121. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3656624/