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Leaping Fish Triathletes Skin and Suit Lube

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Leaping Fish Triathletes Skin and Suit Lube

£11.99

Leaping Fish Skin & Suit Lube protects the skin from wetsuit chafing and friction, plus the oils and waxes keep your skin supple and moisturised. Use it on any part where the wetsuit and skin are rubbing.
You can also apply to areas where the wetsuit is tight,  such as forearms, wrists and calves, to help the wetsuit slide and remove the suit easier.

Description

Triathletes Skin & Suit Lube is a blend of natural oils and waxes to help to prevent rubbing and chafing in wetsuits, apply to neck and other areas that rub before swimming.
The choice of oils in this lube blend gives a high slip factor helping you get your wetsuit off easier too, especially useful in triathlon transitions, simply apply lube on the skin around the tight spots of the wrists and calves to help the wetsuit slide off easier upon removal.
The essential oils have natural qualities which can help prevent infections and build-up of bacteria. Unlike petroleum-based products, this Skin and Suit Lube allows your skin to breathe and the light layer of waxes prevent the by-products of sweating from further irritating your skin.

Can be used on all areas of friction such as saddle sores and footwear rubbing.

 

Leaping Fish Triathletes Skin & Suit Lube Features:

  • Made from natural plant oils and waxes
  • Helps prevent skin chafing and abrasion
  • Can also be used to ease wetsuit removal
  • Economical 60g tin & a little goes a long way
  • Wetsuit friendly
  • Vegan
  • Made in Dorset
  • Kind to the environment – all-natural ingredients and the tin is recyclable
  • It smells great too!

Triathletes Skin & Suit Lube contains: Rapeseed oil, Soya wax, Glycerine, Avocado Oil with Geranium, Citronella and Tea Tree essential oils

 

Triathletes Skin & Suit Lube is perfect for open water swimmers, triathletes and wild swimmers to help prevent wetsuit rub.

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