Re: 3M micropore tape?

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Posted by jessica on May 8, 2001 at 03:23:37:

In reply to: 3M micropore tape? posted by Denise on May 8, 2001 at 02:13:48:

I've used it at my last 4 festivals and it has been the best invention
for henna since jacquard bottles for me. The first fest. I used it
with I gave people the options of lemon, new skin or tape. About 80
percent chose the tape. It thought it would be a hard sell since it's
not very sexxy but that it is the best most convenient method to
prevent cracking with active festival goers.
I've dumped the lemon juice all together and use tape exclusively
except on those few areas where it's wiggly and prefers new skin
People have been receptive to the tape and appreciate the fact that
it's sturdy and unatractive all at once. It's much cheaper than new
skin, about $2.50 a roll to the $5.00 for new skin and seems to go
quite a bit farther.
So, as you gather I quite like the tape. (I have extremely sensitive
skin and can't tolerate bandaids or regular tape and have had no
problems whatsoever leaving this on all night :) )
I really recommend trying this out, its fabulous.

: Has anyone tried this? I would like a little better way to hold the
: henna on at festivals. I use new skin, liquid latex or wraps for
: appointments but avoid at general events for fear of allergies and
: sensitivities, and time factor on the wrapping. Any allergic
: sensitivities related to the tape that anyone knows and is it any
: good?


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