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Literally Hot Sex: The Essentials of Wax Play

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If you think that experimenting with wax play might enhance you and your partner’s enjoyment of sex, do yourself a favor and learn the basics first. Jumping into things might satisfy your sense of spontaneity, but it’s not the best way to make the most of your first wax play sessions.

You need to be aware of different wax melting points, whether it’s a plain block of wax or a wax candle. Generally speaking, the wax found in jar candles has a relatively low melting point, making them a good place to start with wax play. You might find that the wax from jar candles isn’t hot enough for you, and that it feels merely warm, not hot, on your skin. Still, it’s better to start with a temperature that’s not enough, rather than too much. Going too hot your first time could lead you to abandon wax play after just one try.

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It’s also best to start out by dripping wax onto relatively tough areas of skin. Don’t leap right into drizzling wax onto you or your partner’s genitals or other highly sensitive zones. Get a feel for less intense sensations first, and gradually work your way up.

When it comes to cleaning up, be proactive and use things like drop cloths or tarps to catch wax that doesn’t wind up on your bodies. Leaving yourself with too much of a mess to clean up afterward can take a lot of the fun out of the process. Nobody wants their strongest memory of their first wax play experience to be the fact that it ruined their deep pile shag carpet!

The most important thing about wax play is to enjoy yourself, which starts and ends with finding the right level or intensity and heat. When you’re just getting started, go slow and be cautious. It won’t take long to determine your boundaries – and then you can start pushing them.

For more in-depth information, check out: Erotic Waxing

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