Latex Care & How to Put on Latex

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IT’S EASY TO DON | HERE’S HOW TO PUT IT ON

Putting on latex and latex care are simpler than you might think. To effortlessly glide in and out of your latex outfit, use talcum powder or a silicone-based oil dressing.


SILICONE-BASED OIL DRESSING

Rub or spray the silicone-based oil on the inside of your garment, or directly onto your skin.
Silicone oil will feel silky on your skin and can also have moisturising properties.
Latex care is easy. Gloved hands show how to spray oil onto a blue latex top and how to put it on, based on DLC's guide.
You don’t need a lot. A little goes a long way.

You can get Dead Lotus Couture exclusive original Dressing Aid + Shiner All-In-One, only on request via sales@deadlotuscouture.com.
Dead Lotus Couture Dressing Aid + Shiner All-In-One is made with odourless ingredients that will also moisturise your skin, unlike other brands.
Alternatively, you can use other brands available online.
Rub vs Spray? Some people prefer spraying, so they don’t touch the oil with their hands. If you spray, put down a towel to protect your floor and prevent slipping.

TALCUM POWDER

Talcum powder is made from talc, a natural mineral. It absorbs moisture, cuts down friction and is often used to prevent skin rashes.
Apply the powder to the inside of the garment, or directly on your skin.
It’s best to avoid perfumed talcum powder.
Spreading talcum powder on the outside of latex will make it appear matte or dull. That’s OK. If you want to restore your latex lustre, just follow the steps in How To Shine.