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WAX.1The world of BDSM is made up of many different aspects and facets, making it one of the most diverse sexual systems available. The subtle mixture of pain and pleasure is unique and a popular aspect of BDSM is wax play. Wax play is the use of hot wax on the body, but it goes further than just pain and pleasure. Since you are using both heat and fire, it can be dangerous and many people don’t know how intricate and complex wax play can be, or how sexy…

10. Safety First

You are using hot wax on a person and each person not only has different pain tolerance, but also there is the risk of burning. You should have a safe word in case things get too intense, as well as a bowl of cold water and wash cloth to use in case of burning.

9. Different Types of Wax

Not all waxes are created equal. Some waxes melt at a higher temperature than others. People just starting out should use a paraffin wax that melts at a lower temperature. You can add mineral oil to the wax to make is softer. Most jar candles melt at a low temperature and contain mineral oil. Taper candles contain stearine, which make the wax melt at a hotter temperature and should only be used by people with high pain tolerance.

8. Distance Matters

The type of wax you use isn’t the only way to control temperature. Dropping the wax from a higher elevation will cause the temperature to decrease. The higher up you are, the lower the temperature when it hits the skin. Wax dripped from near the skin will be the hottest and cause the most pain.

7. Clean up

Once the wax play is finished, it’s time for the wax to be removed. For easy clean up, lay on an old sheet or towel to catch any falling wax. You can cover your partner in clingfilm beforehand, which makes clean up a breeze. The plastic is so shear that the pain inflicted using it is identical as if without it. For wax on bare skin, it will WAX.3need to be scrapped off. You can also put an ice cube over the wax to harden it and make it easier to remove.

6. Wax Painting

You don’t have to just drip the wax on a person using a candle. One of the more popular ways to transfer the wax is via a paintbrush. This wax painting can create intricate patterns and great coverage. This also tends to lower the temperature of the wax as well since it’s spread much thinner than dripping it directly onto the skin.

5. Melt Wax In Advance

It takes time for candles to burn enough wax to be truly useful for serious wax play. You can get around this by preparing the wax ahead of time. You can buy wax bulk from many hobby shops and beauty salons. There are various ways to heat it including manicure paraffin spa, potpourri heater or even a crockpot. Use a sweet thermometer in the wax to make sure you know the temperature is acceptable and not too hot.

4. Making Molds

The sensual nature of wax play goes beyond simple tactile response. You can make perfect molds of body parts, genitalia, etc. using wax. Dripping the wax from a candle to create mold isn’t really an option, as it requires a thick layer of wax. It’s not only sexual, but intimate and artistic as well.

3. Using Ice

BDSM does a lot with changing up feelings and sensations. When using hot wax, you can complement it with ice cubes. Pouring hot wax on the body and then placing a melting ice cube provides an amazing change in sensation.

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2. Prepare Your Partner

Wax can be fun, but it’s also sticky once the cools. If you have a partner that is hairy, then you might want to have them shave that area or cover it with a massage oil. Removing the wax in a hairy area can be more painful than the actual wax play! Also, don’t wear any perfume/aftershave or body sprays that contain alcohol during wax play. Alcohol can cause skin irritation at the sites where the wax makes contact.

1. You’re in No Hurry

Wax play needs to be slow, so your partner can enjoy not only the sensations of pain, but also the soothing sensations as it cools. This mix of sensations is what makes wax play so sensual. There is also a practical reason, placing more wax on a spot where a previous wax drip hasn’t completely cooled may act as an insulator and create a burn.

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