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#1 Malevolence

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Posted 16 November 2008 - 10:34 PM

I've become increasingly curious about wax play of later after watching a good many porn videos involving the practice.

I'm curious about the after effects..does it leave burns? What about scarring? Are there "special" candles you use?

Any help that anyone can give this novice in the lifestyle would be appreciated.

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Posted 19 November 2008 - 01:56 PM

Hello!

If done correctly wax play won't leave any marks. It can feel warm or intensely warm and then layers on like a soft coccooning cast with more layers.

Tip:
- Don't use bees wax candles. These melt at a higher temperature and can burn the skin. Not the good sort of intense sensation.

- Go for low temperature melt/burn candles such as paraffin and soy wax. Great starters are the soy massage candles. You can find them at health food and sensuality stores. Here's an example. "Body Wax Massage Candle"

- I usually find the paraffin candles sold in glass, cheap at grocery stores.

- Some people set themselves up with the beautician's wax melting kit, which is essentially a crock pot, and use that as their dedicated wax melter. Easy to control the temperature and you don't have to wait for the candle to melt a little pool of wax, which can take aggravatingly long when you're in the middle of play.

- If you're not sure, do a test drip on your self before playing. It's a good idea anyways to do this to your playmates skin to make sure they don't have allergic or other unwanted reactions.

- The higher you hold the candle, the longer the drip distance, the cooler the wax gets.

- if the person is hairy or the parts you're waxing is hairy, then make sure to put baby oil on the hairy bits to avoid unintended painful hair removal.

- A bowl of cool/cold water and towel and soothing aloe gel are nice to have during the scene for soothing. Ice cubes can intensify the sensation contrasts.

There's a useful little book titled "Hot Wax and Temperature Play" that I think you'll find very useful.

What else would you like to know?

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Posted 19 November 2008 - 07:17 PM

This is best place that I know of but then again, its my site. but there lots of good info, photos, ideas and place to get the "right" type of candles

http://www.bdsmwaxpl...otic_waxing.htm

please feel free to email me if you have any questions at Tenderdom@bdsmwaxplay.com

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Posted 08 August 2009 - 02:08 AM

This is best place that I know of but then again, its my site. but there lots of good info, photos, ideas and place to get the "right" type of candles

http://www.bdsmwaxpl...otic_waxing.htm

please feel free to email me if you have any questions at Tenderdom@bdsmwaxplay.com

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Posted 22 January 2011 - 11:21 AM

Hello!

If done correctly wax play won't leave any marks. It can feel warm or intensely warm and then layers on like a soft coccooning cast with more layers.

Tip:
- Don't use bees wax candles. These melt at a higher temperature and can burn the skin. Not the good sort of intense sensation.

- Go for low temperature melt/burn candles such as paraffin and soy wax. Great starters are the soy massage candles. You can find them at health food and sensuality stores. Here's an example. "Body Wax Massage Candle"

- I usually find the paraffin candles sold in glass, cheap at grocery stores.

- Some people set themselves up with the beautician's wax melting kit, which is essentially a crock pot, and use that as their dedicated wax melter. Easy to control the temperature and you don't have to wait for the candle to melt a little pool of wax, which can take aggravatingly long when you're in the middle of play.

- If you're not sure, do a test drip on your self before playing. It's a good idea anyways to do this to your playmates skin to make sure they don't have allergic or other unwanted reactions.

- The higher you hold the candle, the longer the drip distance, the cooler the wax gets.

- if the person is hairy or the parts you're waxing is hairy, then make sure to put baby oil on the hairy bits to avoid unintended painful hair removal.

- A bowl of cool/cold water and towel and soothing aloe gel are nice to have during the scene for soothing. Ice cubes can intensify the sensation contrasts.

There's a useful little book titled "Hot Wax and Temperature Play" that I think you'll find very useful.

What else would you like to know?

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Midori

Hi Midori,
I miss seeing you, haven't seen you in awhile.  A really good place to get wax play candles is Erotic Sensations they have been making low temp candles for awhile now and are the only ones (that I know of) that makes them to actually come off hair without distroying the wax design that was created. Their website is: eroticsensations.us

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Posted 22 January 2011 - 04:48 PM

Hi Midori,
I miss seeing you, haven't seen you in awhile. A really good place to get wax play candles is Erotic Sensations they have been making low temp candles for awhile now and are the only ones (that I know of) that makes them to actually come off hair without distroying the wax design that was created. Their website is: eroticsensations.us


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Posted 26 September 2011 - 04:07 PM

I think this play requires caution but it works best. ^_^

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Posted 27 February 2012 - 06:09 PM

There are special candles that melt at a lower temp, and are usually more of an oil base, but I have found that one of those aromatherapy warming plates (or whatever the're called) heats the wax to a very comfortable temp. you also have a lot of wax to play with...dip your balls in.. what have you. It does burn at first, especially with regular candles (which I have graduated to using), but it has never actually burned my flesh, and after a minute or two it's cool & can be peeled off & put right back into the melted wax! I have a video of me pouring a Glade candle on my ass, cock & balls on redtube, & can send the link upon request...Have fun & be safe!

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