Liquid Latex

Last Updated: April 17, 2017

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Definition - What does Liquid Latex mean?

Liquid latex is latex rubber sold in liquid form so that it can be brushed onto the body to create custom fetish clothing, such as corsets and body suits. It is common in BDSM play. Liquid latex also peels off easily, and the feeling of the latex peeling away from the skin is sometimes part of its allure. Liquid latex comes in a rainbow of different colors, including fluorescents and metallics. Instead of brushing liquid latex directly onto the skin, some individuals may brush this product onto a Lycra suit to create a reusable latex body suit.

Kinkly explains Liquid Latex

Before applying liquid latex to large areas, individuals are urged to test the product on a small patch of skin. If there is any redness or irritation it could indicate an allergy to latex, in which case the product should not be used. Shaving the area of skin where the liquid latex will be applied is also recommended because it will stick to even the finest hairs when dry. Lotion liberally applied to the skin can also make it easier to peel the latex off of the skin when play time ends.

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