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Jojoba Removal Oil for Chest Body Tape

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Transtape Removal Oil is now available in a new formula. Made of 100% Jojoba oil, not only to ease the removal process but to also assist in the repair and health of your skin. Jojoba oil is rich in natural nutrients that help with skin elasticity, scarring, and moisturizing. Made for everyday use
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  • Rich in natural nutrients
  • Available in 2 bottle size
  • Made for Everyday use

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Description
Transtape Removal Oil is now available in a new formula. Made of 100% Jojoba oil, not only to ease the removal process but to also assist in the repair and health of your skin. Jojoba oil is rich in natural nutrients that help with skin elasticity, scarring, and moisturizing. Made for everyday use
Highlights

  • Rich in natural nutrients
  • Available in 2 bottle size
  • Made for Everyday use

Transtape Removal Oil is now available in a new formula. Made of 100% Jojoba oil, not only to ease the removal process but to also assist in the repair and health of your skin. Jojoba oil is rich in natural nutrients that help with skin elasticity, scarring, moisturizing, and many other issues you may face.

 

It is important to use oil EVERY time you remove TransTape.

 

HOW TO USE IT : Saturate TransTape with oil, allow it to soak through to your skin for 1-3 minutes. Slowly peel back your TransTape to minimize skin irritation. May also be done in a hot shower to aid in a more gentle removal process

Warnings: Since TransTape bonds very well with the skin, you must take special care when removing TransTape. Improper use or removal of TransTape may result in adverse reactions including blisters, tearing, and skin irritation which could lead to infection if not properly treated. Consult a doctor if you experience any signs of infection

Saturate TransTape with oil, allow it to soak through to your skin for 1-3 minutes. Slowly peel back your TransTape to minimize skin irritation. May also be done in a hot shower to aid in a more gentle removal process

 

Warnings: Since TransTape bonds very well with the skin, you must take special care when removing TransTape. Improper use or removal of TransTape may result in adverse reactions including blisters, tearing, and skin irritation which could lead to infection if not properly treated. Consult a doctor if you experience any signs of infection including fevers, chills, discharge, or vomiting.
100% Pure HOBACARE jojoba Oil
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LUBE & FOREPLAY FAQ

What is the purpose of foreplay?

To increase sexual arousal, build intimacy with your partner, and prepare your mind for sex. It’s great if you prefer a build up to sex or taking things slow.

How long should foreplay last?

As long as you want or need it to. Foreplay can last from 15 minutes to an hour! We recommend going with the flow. There is no such thing as too much foreplay!

What is lube? Are certain lubes better than others?

Personal lubricant, or lube for short, is a gel used during sex or masturbation to decrease dryness and unwanted friction. It is made with varying bases, such as water, silicone, oil, or hybrid (a combination of these, often of water and oil). Water based lubricants are the most versatile and popular as they are safe to use with silicone sex toys and condoms. It’s easy to wash off, won’t stain your sheets, and it's safe for sensitive skin. Silicone based lubes are great in that they last longer and need less reapplication, are hypoallergenic, all while feeling like you’re rubbing silk throughout your body! They are safe to use with condoms, however, because of their silicone bases, it is not recommended to use them with silicone toys as they will wear down the surface of your toys over time, causing abrasions which encourage bacteria to grow. Oil based lubricants are ideal for those who would prefer to apply lube only once. It is one of the few bases of lubes where reapplication isn’t necessary as oil based lubes can last a pretty long time! Plus, you can also use them in tandem with a sensual massage. Unfortunately, there are several downsides to oil based lubes. They tend to be difficult to clean up, even with water, and can stain sheets and clothes. They’re also more likely to break condoms during sex as oils break down the material condoms are made from. Additionally, they are also associated with higher rates of yeast infections.

Are some lubes made for different activities or purposes?

Ultimately, lubes are meant to help us get and stay wetter during sex. They can be used for anal sex, penetration, masturbation, and even with sex toys.

What are certain steps in foreplay, if there are any?

Foreplay is meant to help build sexual arousal between partners. You can start out by touching or rubbing your partner intimately and kissing or making out with them. This is usually enough to get things going for most, but foreplay can also include things like oral sex, anal play, sensory play, sensual massage, BDSM, breathwork, eye contact time, and a plethora of other things. There really is no definitive way to engage in foreplay. Whatever feels right is right!

What is a sensual massage?

Sensual massage is a great tool to use during foreplay to explore your partner’s body, increase pleasure, all while receiving or giving a massage! It’s usually meant as a leeway to sex as both partners usually get incredibly turned on.

What are the benefits of a massage before sex?

Not only is it a great way to relax and build intimacy with your partner, sensual massages provide the body an increase in blood flow, sexual arousal, and can help teach you and your partner about one another’s bodies. It’s also great for incorporating emotional intimacy into sex.

How can I have better foreplay?

Better foreplay is really all about becoming aware of you and your partner’s mind-body connection. Breathing deeply together, implementing sex toys, dirty talk, and communicating what you like, how you want it, and when you want it are all great ways to improve foreplay.

Does sensory play/deprivation help?

Sensory play and sensory deprivation are very subjective as they require good communication and you and your partner to trust one another. It most definitely can help and even is known to increase sexual experiences and orgasms for some!

What are the different types of foreplay?

Foreplay can really be anything you do with your partner before sex that increases sexual arousal. The most popular forms of foreplay include, oral sex, butt play, BDSM practices like spanking or sensory play, massage, and kissing or making out!
GENDER GEAR FAQ

What is the purpose of a packer?

A packer is a phallic shaped object that is worn inside the underwear of the user to give off the appearance of a bulge or having a penis.

What is a packer dildo / Pack 'n Play?

Some packers can double as dildos (also known as a "Pack n' Play") and tend to be incredibly versatile and useful. A packer dildo is simply a dildo that doubles as a packer. They can be tucked or untucked and boast a realistic texture, feel, and look like a penis. They often have a firm enough core for penetration, but a soft enough exterior for packing.

Check out Wet For Her's selection of Pack n' Plays:
Shilo Pack n' Play Dildo and Packer
Carter Pack n' Play Dildo and Packer
Goodfella Pack n' Play Dildo and Packer

Are packers safe to wear while swimming?

Yes, packers are safe to wear while swimming and are a great way to validate your body while enjoying yourself. Our packers are made from silicone and are 100% waterproof. Adjust them with a speedo or some packing underwear and you should be fine and dandy! If you want to be extra secure the next time you go swimming or if it's your first time wearing a packer while swimming, we recommend using packing underwear and some breathable swimming trunks.

What kind of underwear will I need for packing?

You can use packing underwear, which is underwear specially designed to hold packers and STPs. Regular underwear will work just fine too, just make sure it's tight enough to securely hold your packer without much fuss. Additionally, you can consider getting enhanced underwear, a type of underwear meant to enhance bulges. This can be a great way to practice having a bulge without a packer and even add on to your current packer.

What different kinds of packers are there?

Packers come in a variety of shapes, looks, and feels. Packers can come with an uncircumcised look, with foreskin, or can appear erect as dildos. Check out our packers here!

What is the best way to clean a packer or STP?

Packers and STPs can be cleaned with a sex toy cleanser, preferably one that is phthalate and paraben free. You can also use an antibacterial soap and warm water to wash it off and wipe it down with a clean cloth.

How can I match my color?

Matching your color can be intimidating, as there tend to be various options for color matching, but we got you covered! You’ll want to match the color by looking at either large parts of your body, such as your legs, arms, and abdomen. Select which color matches you best and go from there. Our packers come in a range of colors, from cashew, caramel, hazelnut, and chocolate.

What is a STP (stand to pee) packer? Do they work?

STP (stand to pee) packers are devices that act as a funnel to help people urinate without sitting down. They are meant to aid in transitioning and can help people get the feel of using the bathroom while standing up. Yes, they do work! Albeit, they require quite a bit of practice getting used to them. Some people swear by them, while others find them too difficult to use. Don’t let that deter you though! STPs are fully practical, functional, and you can 100% teach yourself to use them as most do come with in depth instructions.

We recommend practicing in the shower with them where cleaning up is easier. Remember to be patient with yourself and your body if it is your first time using a STP. Some people end up not using them out of comfortability, while others prefer to use them to ease navigating public restrooms.

Our STP, the “Sam”, is available on our site and is created from soft silicone and fits inside regular underwear or packing underwear.

Can a packer be used as a sex toy?

Not all packers can be used as dildos. Unless otherwise indicated, most packers have a core that is not quite firm enough to be effectively used for penetration. Even so, packers are great for grinding, dry humping and foreplay!

However, some packers can double as sex toys (also known as a "Pack n' Play") and tend to be incredibly versatile and useful. They can be tucked or untucked and boast a realistic texture, feel, and look like a penis. Our Shiloh, Carter and Goodfella pack n' plays double as dildos. Check them out on the Wet for Her website here:
Shilo Pack n' Play Dildo and Packer
Carter Pack n' Play Dildo and Packer
Goodfella Pack n' Play Dildo and Packer

How do I wear a packer?

You’ll want to decide whether you will be needing packing underwear to help keep your packer in place. Of course, regular underwear, such as boy shorts or boxer briefs will work great too, but some individuals prefer the extra padding and support to maintain the packer in place. Some prefer a lower profile packer holding harness that can be worn underneath your underwear or without underwear. Once you have found the optimal pair of underwear for yourself, you’re going to want to adjust your packer correctly so it is not positioned too high or too low. Aligning the base of your packer with the base of your sweet spot would work best. Try practicing wearing your packer around your house for starters. Eventually, you can start building up your confidence with your packer by running errands while wearing it and then wearing it in public whenever you’re ready!

Do packers come in different positions?

Packers can be placed inside your underwear for everyday use or can be used as a sex toy for erect models, or those that are dildos. They should be positioned in the front of your crotch. They usually come as soft or erect.