Wax Play Beginners’ Guide

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  1. Bill P. says:

    Love your candles guys! Good stuff.

  2. Rebekkah says:

    Is it okay to use hair removal wax?

    • Editorial Team Editorial Team says:

      Hi, Rebekkah. Wax made for hair removal is not something we would consider safe for wax play. This wax is generally produced with adhesiveness in mind so it will likely ‘stick’ more and could potentially be a little more painful during removal/clean up. Not to mention, it can cause skin irritation.

  3. Tiara says:

    Hi, im doing research on wax play. I hear that black and red candles burn the hottest. Was wondering if thats true/why colors were not added?

    • Editorial Team Editorial Team says:

      Hi, Tiara. The only thing that can make one candle hottest than another is its ingredients. Color has no real impact on the matter.

  4. Brittani says:

    Any tips for wax removal after wax play? Expecially in regards to subs with hairy bodies.

    • Editorial Team Editorial Team says:

      Hi, Brittani. Wax from BDSM candles should peel off easily – even when in contact with some hairy parts of the body. If you are having a hard time removing the wax, it might be a sign that the candle is not suitable for skin.

    • Khera says:

      Oiling the skin (before play) can make it much easier to remove wax.

  5. Shadowess says:

    do you recommend long skinny candles or shot fat ones?

  6. Judge says:

    On controlling temperature with distance: This is an often overlooked aspect of wax play. Testing drips from different distances can help the bottom ease into it and figure out the level/intensity of pain they are willing or able to withstand. Soon the lower temp drips become easy and the top can increase intensity by moving the candle closer to the skin. In fact, the top should also test the hot wax on their body to understand the sensation better – I know it helped me.

  7. fran says:

    I know this is an old post, but I am seeking information.
    I understand that PoC, may have different presentations for their skin as far as seeing potential skin damage. I am unsure how to gather more information regarding that.
    Any thoughts on where to look?

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