As you learn about our gender affirming system, we know that you probably have a lot of questions. We want to make sure that you have all the information you need to make applying TransTape as easy as possible!
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Learning to use TransTape isn't always a one strip and go situation. You may need to try a few different methods or sizes to get the right fit for your body.
Still having trouble? We have a full-time larger chested individual that wears TransTape everyday available to answer your questions on the live chat! That means we can help apply STRIP BY STRIP to help you find success and freedom.
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You just learned about TransTape and you might be wondering if there's anything you should know before trying it for the first time. If that's you, this post could be of service. This is everything you should know about TransTape before your first application and a few resources to check out once you're ready to apply!
We've learned about applying and removing TransTape, but we haven't gone into a lot of detail about after-care. After-care can mean applying healing salve but it can also mean letting your mind rest along with your skin. And if you're new to TransTape, this is especially important.
Some people have been wondering if using TransTape to bind can lead to top surgery complications. I'm definitely not a Doctor, but I do know that there are countless TransTape users who have gone on to have extremely successful top surgeries, free of any TransTape related complications.
The tape is on but now its been a day or two and you're not sure whether or not you should remove it. I totally get it and I've been there! When you're still getting used to wearing TransTape, it can be difficult to determine whether or not it's ready to come off. And that's why I am here to help!